Where to watch The Vietnam War online in Australia

Olivia Harris 27 November 2017 NEWS

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The Vietnam War was one of the worst mistakes of the 20th century and its scars are still fresh in the minds of many around the world.

The TV series The Vietnam War is the story of one of the most consequential, divisive and controversial wars in history. The show explores the human side of the war through the testimonies of nearly 80 witnesses. The witnesses are from both sides of the war and include interviews with Americans who fought and Americans who opposed the war as well as civilians and soldiers from North and South Vietnam. These interviews are a look at the day-to-day lives these people led during the war from their perspectives and the experiences they went through. The eighteen-hour documentary series was ten years in the making and contains footage from the war that has never been previously seen on screen or in public. All footage has been digitally remastered and sourced from around the world. The Vietnam War is not currently available for viewing online in Australia. To watch The Vietnam War, stay tuned as the first season concludes. More online sources are sure to pop up in the meantime.

Season One

  • Released 2017

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