Professor William A. Joseph
Department of Political Science
Wellesley College

Vietnam War Internet Links

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General Vietnam War Sites

The 25th & 30th Anniversaries
of the War's End

Glossaries, Maps, & Statistics

Documents and History

Bibliographies & Books

Vietnam War Buttons, Posters,
Cartoons, Songs, & Iconic Images

Recollections & Photos

Presidents, Policy-makers, & VIPS

Vietnam & Presidential Elections

Battles & Weapons

Tactics & Strategy

Women & the Vietnam War

Vietnam Veterans


The Draft

America's Allies

South Vietnam & ARVN

"The Other Side:
North Vietnam & the 'Viet Cong'

Agent Orange & Herbicidal Warfare

Monuments & Museums

The Media & the Vietnam War

The Pentagon Papers

The My Lai Massacre
& Other Reported Atrocities

Antiwar Movement

Refugees & Immigrants

Film, Literature, Music, Art & TV

Articles of Special Note

Teaching the Vietnam War

The Cambodian Genocide

The War in Laos

Contemporary Vietnam


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The Media & the Vietnam War

Walter Cronkite on the Vietnam War (National Public Radio)

CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite, April 4, 1968 - Video clips of broadcast
Focus is on assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr, but with segments on Vietnam War, including seige at Khe Sanh

Ed Bradley, CBS News, Talks about Covering the Vietnam War

Journalists Under Fire: Vietnam & Iraq
Description: Photographers Catherine Leroy, David Leeson and Don McCullin along with columnist Jonathan Schell and television correspondent Mike Cerre share their experiences and expressions of war from the fields of 1960's Vietnam and Iraq today. Presented by the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley.

War Stories
(The Newseum -- Includes Coverage of Vietnam)

Covering the War
(Public Broadcasting Service On Line NewsHour)

Reporting the Story
(Public Broadcasting Service OnLine NewsHour)

Television Coverage of the Vietnam War

The 6:00 p.m. Follies: Hegemony, Television News, and the War of Attrition

Vietnam: The Last Battle
(Web site devoted to the works on Vietnam by Australian journalist, writer, and filmmaker, John Pilger)

Who Were the Saigon Correspondents and Does It Matter?
By William M. Hammond, The Joan Shorenstein Center on the
Press, Politics and Public Policy, Working Paper Series, Spring 1999

Doonesbury on Vietnam