Reporting Vietnam: One Week’s Dead

Life magazine

In its June 27, 1969, issue, Life magazine published a powerful story that personalized the Vietnam War’s mounting casualties.
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Reporting Vietnam: Malcolm Browne

Malcolm Browne

Browne was one of the first reporters to raise doubts about U.S. involvement in Vietnam.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “Lyndon Johnson Told The Nation”

Lyndon Johnson Told The Nation

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: one of the first songs to accuse President Johnson of lying about the war.
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Reporting Vietnam: Napalm Girl

napalm girl

On June 8, 1972, AP photographer Nick Ut captured a horrifying moment that would become an iconic image of the Vietnam War.
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Reporting Vietnam: Peter Arnett

Peter Arnett

Arnett reported from Vietnam from 1962 until the fall of Saigon in 1975.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “Draft Dodger Rag”

Draft Dodger Rag

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “A Change Is Gonna Come”

A Change Is Gonna Come

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: a song performed only once that became an anthem for the civil rights movement.
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SiriusXM POTUS Channel Remembers Vietnam for Memorial Day

SiriusXM Radio

The weekend of special programming features Newseum programs about the Vietnam War presented in conjunction with the new exhibit “Reporting Vietnam.”
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Reporting Vietnam: David Hume Kennerly

David Hume Kennerly

Photographer David Hume Kennerly won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for his dramatic images capturing the quieter moments of war.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “Masters of War”

Masters of War

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our upcoming “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: a scathing critique of the U.S. military and the arms industry that supported it.
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