I’ve collected various YouTube videos about the Vietnam War for the last few years and decided to pull the best 40+ and share them with you. Some authors created slide shows with pictures set to music of the period, others used actual video footage and a couple published documentaries.

Add your favorite(s) in the comments to share with fellow-readers.

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My Favorite Vietnam War videos:

Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV

Vietnam War Video: Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On?

Platoon Soundtrack

Vietnam Tribute / The Eagle Cried

Letters Home from Vietnam – Once I was…by Tim Buckley

Full length move: The Iron Triangle 1989

Vietnam Tribute / We got to get Out of this Place – The Animals

Reflection of My Life by Marmalade

Fire by Arthur Brown

Platoon Remix

Vietnam Tribute / The End by The Doors

Fierce Vietnam Footage

Vietnam footage to music

The Real Platoon

Vietnam War Remembered

Once I was a Soldier

In the Shadow of the Blade

Combat Helicopter Pilots Association, 174th AHC, 1967 – 71

Selected photos from website at http://www.174ahc.org. No particular order. Many more stories and photos on web site. Submitted by Jim McDaniel, 174th webmaster and CHPA Founding Member. This particular ten minute video shows the same area (Duc Pho, Vietnam) filmed by the same pilot – four years apart. The shots are spectacular and music is great! You can slow it down to read the captions.

More Videos:

Part I
Part II
Part III
Part IV


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