A Better Perspective on the Vietnam War
Posted by Jeff Phillips on 5th Oct 2017
Michael Medved has taken a dark chapter of US history and put a new perspective, at least for this Vietnam vet, on the Vietnam war. I never thought we lost that war-but that we had stopped the spread of communism. Even though we eventually lost the south to Hanoi and the communists I don’t know of any other countries after the war ended enveloped by the shroud of the communist power. Nice job Mr. Medved! I loved the history lesson.
RVN 68-69 Infantry MACV
Posted by Unknown on 15th Apr 2015
I was asked to come speak to a history class at my local university where i matriculated and was in ROTC. Before going I downloaded this lesson, took notes, and used it to enhance my remarks about foreign policy results of Vietnam, and other topics. I did lay out the truth for the students, and at the end, the professor was taking notes as well. Using Michael's facts, which I discussed, most of the students asked lots of questions (40 students) because they had no frame of reference for my facts. It was the first time I had discussed my service in Vietnam since returning in a formal setting, and I have been asked back again. Thanks Michael!!
Vietnam 66' - 67'
Posted by Ken Foat on 22nd Dec 2014
I listened to this first on the Medved Show and I learned more than I knew having been there. I recently purchased three copies for people I know (that were interested) that were not born until the 1970's, So few today know the truth, so few are interested. This program tells the truth that I consider to be a gigantic bungle where 58,000 young people of my generation did not live to be old like me. Their was a Vietnamese girl that worked on our compound, "Coke Bottles" because of her thick glasses. She was pro-American, did they put her in one of the camps or just kill her. The people leading this county today appear to have learned nothing from the truth about the Vietnam War.
Posted by Ken Foat on 22nd Nov 2014
Medved does a great job exposing the lies about Vietnam. I first heard this on the radio show but wanted the CD. Most people today have no idea. I'm thinking of purchasing additional copies as a gift for friends and relatives.
History the way it happened
Posted by Richard on 7th Nov 2013
Michael tells what really happened and why during the Viet Nam war. There is so much misinformation about this subject, it is good to hear the truth about it. American soldiers were and are heroes and deserve our gratitude. Our Nation should be proud of those who served there. Highly recommended and very enlightening.