Sir! No Sir!
The Suppressed Story of The GI Movement to end
the war in Viet Nam
David Ziegler has created a "must-see"
documentary which seeks to return to the historical record the
pivotal story of the GI anti-war movement during the Vietnam
This documentary chronicles the resistance to
the Vietnam War, beginning in the 1960s.
Learning that their reality was far different from the one being
presented to the American public, many G.I.s began contributing
to underground newspapers, planning demonstrations and refusing
to continue in battle. Toward the end of the conflict, some even
turned on their own officers, tossing grenades into their tents
as they slept.
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