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Remembering Vietnam: The Wall At 25
Remembering Vietnam: The Wall At 25 1 x 60'
In 1979, a Vietnam vet named Jan Scruggs had a vision to create a memorial to the 2.7m Americans who served in the nation's longest and most controversial war. Despite initial cynicism and opposition, the Memorial was built in 1982. The black granite wall, designed by Yale undergraduate Maya Lin, was derided as a “black gash of shame” and stirred up so much controversy that the whole project was almost scrapped. But today, it is an icon to which millions of visitors come each year. Some come to pay tribute and others to heal old wounds.

Duration

1 x 60'

Awards

2007 Winner New York Festival Gold Medal

Production Company

Lynn Kessler

Broadcaster

Smithsonian Networks

Definition

HD

YOP

2007

Delivery

Immediately

Production Company
Lynn Kessler
Broadcaster
Smithsonian Networks
Definition
HD
YOP
2007
Delivery
Immediately

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