Vietnam, Up Close and Personal

Publisher: 
New York Times
Date: 
October 19, 2017
For the people who live it, history is personal. And if you live it intensely, you feel you own it, or it owns you. A lot of Americans still feel that way about the Vietnam War years. No matter how removed you were from actual combat, if the war consumed your attention, shaped your emotions, and dictated your actions, you were in the middle of it. That’s where the word-and-object jammed exhibition called The Vietnam War: 1945-1975 at the New-York Historical Society puts you. From the minute you walk in, you’re surrounded. Read more…
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