- This comprehensive site “was developed to accompany Vietnam: A Television History, a television series produced by WGBH Boston. The site includes an interactive 'Who's Who' identifying the important figures in North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Cambodia and the United States, a timeliness of events from 1945 to the present, personal reflections on the War and video clips from the original series.”
May 4th, 1970 – General Information
- The site begins with general information on the unfortunate incident that happened on the Kent State Campus on May 4, 1970. The site includes remarks from those involved as well as archives.
The New York Times Learning Network's Fall of Saigon Special
- The New York Times provides a vast collection of articles online on the “Fall of Saigon.” A terrific example is the 1999 article by Malcolm Browne, Saigon’s Finale - http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/specials/saigon/introduction_full.html You can also visit its graphic section at the Learning Network, which includes photos and maps at http://www.nytimes.com/learning/general/specials/saigon/graphics.html.
Reflections of Vietnam
- A high school lesson that “encourage(s) you to examine both the human and political impact of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial through responsible and balanced journalism.” Students are asked to write a newspaper on the Memorial.
Fall of Saigon Stories
- “A compilation of first-hand accounts of Vietnamese men and women who lived through the fall of Saigon. Marianne Brems, an ESL instructor at Mission College in California, put together the accounts of many of her Vietnamese students now living in the United States.”