Were American Soldiers Compassionate during the Vietnam War?

Thanks to Cherries blog for this article.

CherriesWriter - Vietnam War website

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2 comments

  1. Countersemitic Comrade · June 13

    What about the South Korean soldiers fighting with the Americans though?
    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/vietnam-war-women-seek-justice-mothers-raped-south-korean-soldiers-war-untold-stories-a7940846.html
    (Ironic that they still whine to Japanese about ‘comfort women’ and ask for ‘reparations’ when South Korea will NEVER apologise for this!)

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