the erasure was forgotten, the lie became the truth.
— 1984, George Orwell
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A one-stop shop to separate the actual truth from the accepted myths behind the
American War against Indochina.
Understand why this is so relevant today, and
why the war mongers do not want this truth to be known!
largely erased from the world community's collective memory, thus
clearing the way for current and future crimes of a similar nature.
For that and other reasons, it is crucially important to remember.
There are at least five good reasons to revive the world's
collective memory of the Vietnam War, even though
"it happened so long ago".
Summary of the U.S. government's self-incriminating study of
its aggressive war against Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia—
an antidote to the myths that have been used to justify
the war and falsify its history.
An analysis of the powerful myths that have been deployed to shield
U.S. citizens from the reality of what their homeland has done
to the countries of Indochina.
who immigrated to
and exchanged citizenship at the earliest opportunity.