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Ken Burns's The Vietnam War
The War That Never Ends

The Vietnam War gets Ken Burns’s signature “docutainment” treatment, and the result is a worthy one, if not always up to full scholarly standards.

Appeared in: Volume 13, Number 3 | Published on: November 10, 2017
James Jeffrey is the Philip Solondz Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He served as a U.S. Army officer for seven years including Vietnam 1972–73, and as a Foreign Service Officer for 35 years, including three years service in Iraq where he was Ambassador 2010–12. He also served as Deputy National Security Advisor and Ambassador to Turkey and Albania.
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