Professor William A. Joseph
Department of Political Science
Wellesley College

Vietnam War Internet Links

NOTE: Web sites are linked to this page for educational purposes only. Inclusion here does not imply political or academic endorsement.


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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


Bill Joseph's Homepage

Vietnam Course Syllabus

  • Created by: Bill Joseph:
  • Created: January 10, 1997
  • Last Modified;: January 2011
  • Expires: December 31, 2012

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Persistence of Memory by Dinh Q. Le

“MLK: A Call to Conscience," Travis Smiley, August 25, 2011.

Enemies of the People: One's Man's Journey to the Heart of the Killing Fields (A film by Thet Sambath & Rob Lemkin)

The Vietnam Collection (PBS)

Vietnam: A Television History was a landmark documentary series produced by WGBH. This collection contains most of the materials gathered and created for the 1983 series, as well as additional Vietnam-related materials from the WGBH archive. Vietnam: A Television History was one of the last WGBH series produced entirely on film. Starting in 2008, materials were reconstructed, transferred, and digitized for preservation and access.

11 Bravo: A Vietnam Solider's Story by Vietnam Vet Vince Gabriel (aka Blind Albert)

Dinh Q. Lê (b. 1968; Vietnamese name: Lê Quang Đỉnh), a Vietnamese American multimedia artist, whose work often  depicts the Vietnam War. Related sites:

PBS American Experience: My Lai (Premiere Date: 04/26/2010; Duration: 1:23:21)