1. The Pentagon Papers
    - 영화 펜타곤 페이퍼 (2003. 로드 홀콤브 감독 작품)

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  2. At the end of 2011, L.A. Theatre Works toured the play "Top Secret" around China. The tour was sponsored by the US State Dept. and took the play to Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. The play, written by Geoffrey Cowan and Leroy Aarons, covers the decision by the Washington Post, led by Katherine Graham and Ben Bradlee, to publish the Pentagon Papers and the court case that followed that decision. The publication of the Pentagon Papers, a collection of secret government documents critical of the Vietnam War, helped add to the rising criticism of the war. It was also a landmark case for freedom of the press, and still resonates today in the era of Wikileaks. This place is currently touring in China once again.

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  3. The Pentagon Papers was a closely held attempt to chronicle the decisions that had led to United States involvement with a 30-year war in Southeast Asia. This video, one of four, presents excerpts from the recently declassified document with historical images to tell the story of this involvement.

    Pentagon Papers - Part One begins with the conclusion of World War II in 1945 and ends with the outcomes of the Geneva Conference of 1954.

    The United States gradually moves from a position of supporting a Nationalist force known as the Viet Minh in its struggle for independence against Japanese military occupation to a position of acquiescing to France in its effort to reclaim a colonial possession. France was unable to succeed in this effort, but in the climate of the late 1940s it rebranded its colonialism as a struggle to resist Communist expansion. The United States, in it attempt to block Soviet and Chinese success globally, began providing the vast majority of military aid to the French. It failed as a policy, as France's hold on its former colony collapsed with the spectacular defeat of its forces in a mountain fortress known a Dien Bien Phu. Soon after, the world's major forces gathered in Geneva to resolve an array of conflicts, including the various struggles in Southeast Asia. The result, a temporary division of Vietnam into two zones, set the stage for decades of warfare.

    Cast features in order of appearance Amanda Martindale, Jeffrey Ashkin, Caroline Do, Brian Sounalath, Serena Dolinsky, David Kirkpatrick, Stephen Juhl, and Mark Jacobson.

    The work was adapted and directed by J-Powers and produced by PowerPlayz.

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  4. The Pentagon Papers was a closely held attempt to chronicle the decisions that had led to United States involvement with a 30-year war in Southeast Asia. This video, two of four, presents excerpts from the recently declassified document with historical images to tell the story of this involvement.

    Pentagon Papers - Part Two begins with the closing years of the Eisenhower administration through the Kennedy administration and the beginning of the Johnson administration in 1963.

    Cast features in order of appearance Amanda Martindale, Jeffrey Ashkin, Caroline Do, Brian Sounalath, Serena Dolinsky, David Kirkpatrick, Stephen Juhl, and Mark Jacobson.

    The works was adapted and directed by J-Powers and produced by PowerPlayz.

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  5. The Pentagon Papers was a closely held attempt to chronicle the decisions that had led to United States involvement with a 30-year war in Southeast Asia. This video, four of four, presents excerpts from the recently declassified document with historical images to tell the story of this involvement.

    Pentagon Papers - Part Four begins in late 1965 with the bombing campaign continuing over North Vietnam and with the United States troop commitment growing from 70,000 to more than 200,000. During the course of the next three years, U.S. troop strength will exceed 500,000. Pentagon Papers concludes with President Lyndon Johnson's decision to not seek the nomination of the Democratic Party for the 1968 election and instead to pursue peace in Southeast Asia.

    Cast features in order of appearance Amanda Martindale, Jeffrey Ashkin, Caroline Do, Brian Sounalath, Serena Dolinsky, David Kirkpatrick, Stephen Juhl, and Mark Jacobson.

    The works was adapted and directed by J-Powers and produced by PowerPlayz.

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