Season 17, Episode 9 The Fall of Saigon
First Aired: April 25, 2005
“The Fall of Saigon” is the final episode of the multi-award-winning 1983 series “Vietnam: A Television History.” Told in news clips and recollections by Vietnamese and Americans (including Gerald R. Ford and Henry Kissinger), the hour begins with the January 1973 peace treaty. It amounted to “a death sentence” for South Vietnam, says a South Vietnamese colonel. And when the end came, it was chaotic. “We really just cut and ran,” recalls U.S. aide William LeGro.
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- Premiered: October 4, 1988
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: This much-honored PBS documentary series explores American history, one topic or person at a time. Its Peabody Award winners include profiles of FDR and Malcolm X, and such diverse topics as Nixon's 1972 trip to China, the controversy surrounding `Citizen… (more)
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