Robert S. McNamara: Moving Images

The videos from this page are home movies, government documentaries and other videos from the Vietnam Archive’s collection. The video is often actual footage of the war taken by an individual soldier with his own video camera. The documentaries were produced by the government as either training videos for the troops, or informational videos for the public.

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  • Texas A&M-Kingsville Vietnam Symposium #3
    • Item #: 999VI2448
    • Vietnam Center Collection
    • Length: 92:08 min/sec
    •  Maxner (continued). An examination of the origins of the Vietnam war and US perceptions of Vietnam and Communism; government and leadership of countries involved e.g., Kennedy's intentions toward the war prior to his assassination; Generals Westmoreland and Abrams, as well as other commanders; the "Hearts and Minds" campaign; the divergent theories regarding the war; the Domino Theory; the Strat... (more
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  • Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion
    • Item #: 999VI2494
    • Vietnam Center Collection
    • Length: 82:05 min/sec
    •  Session 8B Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion Chair: James Willbanks, PhD, US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth Panelists: William Thomas Allison, PhD, Professor of History, Wever State University Edwin E. Moise, PhD, Assistant Professor of History, Clemson University Ron Milam, PhD, Assistant Professor of History, Texas Tech University (open complete record
    • Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion Link to Texas Tech University Vietnam Center Sixth Triennial Symposium: Session 8B - Teaching the Tet Offensive and 1968: A Roundtable Discussion