War In Indochina

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1 hour of great archival footage with no talking heads... Awesome!!
I really liked this documentary, great overview of the Indochina wars, delivered efficiently on voice over and broken down by chapters (typo alert at 3:30 though!).
It would have been worth mentioning the conflict ...Read more

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