After decades of death, destruction and untold human suffering, the U.S. war on Vietnam was finally brought to an end due to three primary factors: The U.S. anti-war movement, G.I. resistance and, most importantly, the courageous resistance of the Vietnamese people.
Vietnam War veteran Bill Hackwell explains how his experience as an Air Force photographer in Vietnam changed his world view forever. After returning home, he chose to dedicate his life to the anti-war movement and the overall fight for justice.
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