On the Other Side of the DMZ

The Vietnam War was one of the most prominent proxy wars between the Socialist and Capitalist camps during the Cold War. In some aspects, this war was unusual. The heavy involvement of mass media and the unprecedented domestic opposition, along with the surprising conclusion of the war made it a topic of interest for historians. While the US side of involvement was extensively documented, the other side was less known in the western historiography. This exhibit provides some perspective from the other side of the DMZ, from North Vietnam

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Vik Nguyen