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The Vietnam War Explained In 25 Minutes | Vietnam War Documentary

The Vietnam War Explained In 25 Minutes | Vietnam War Documentary

The Vietnam War began in good faith, by good people with good intentions. But a combination of American overconfidence, Cold War tensions and imperialist tendencies the Americans had previously fought so hard against, made the war in Vietnam one of America’s darkest pages in its short but dense history. By the end of the war, more than 58,000 Americans would die, as too would 250,000 South Vietnamese soldiers. Over 1 million North Vietnamese soldiers and Viet Cong guerillas would also perish as well as over 2 million civilians’ from both the north and the south, and thousands more from Laos and Cambodia. Get a Huge Discount on NordVPN’s Ultimate Security Package Here ➼ It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! The Vietnam War brought everything into question. The rationalization of destroying villages in order to save them. America’s morality in the face of My Lai. The meaning of free-fire zones, shooting anything that moved as soldiers placed a cheapness on the lives of civilians. The falsification of body counts to increase kill death ratios. The unimportance of battle as men charged up hills because their generals told them too and after losing one platoon or two platoons they marched away to leave the hill for the enemy. Pride allowed the most unimportant battles to be blown into extravaganzas because America couldn't lose, and she couldn't retreat and because it didn't matter how many lives were lost to prove that point. Time Stamps 📽 Introduction 0:00 French Colonial Rule 1:32 Dien Bien Phu 5:30 A New Nation 6:42 JFK 7:55 Operation Rolling Thunder 10:35 Into The Jungle 13:45 The Tet Offensive 16:31 Trust is Broken 18:27 Richard Nixon 19:40 Vietnamization 21:38 Things Fall Apart 23:19 The Fall of Saigon 24:46 The Vietnam War 26:02 Epilogue 27:14 All the information in this video came from the 10-part television series "The Vietnam War" by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Ending song: Other Videos: Apollo 11 - The Moon Landing Explained | Best Space Race Documentary: Nikola Tesla Explained In 16 Minutes | Nikola Tesla Documentary Sun Tzu - The Art of War Explained In 5 Minutes The Fall of Rome Explained In 13 Minutes Norse Mythology Explained In 15 Minutes Left vs Right: Political Spectrum - Explained In 4 Minutes Genghis Khan and The Mongol Empire Explained In 8 Minutes: Greek Gods Explained In 12 Minutes: Fall of The Soviet Union Explained In 5 Minutes: World War 2 Explained | Best WW2 Documentary | Part 1: The Vietnam War Explained In 25 Minutes | Vietnam War Documentary: Egyptian Gods Explained In 13 Minutes: MUSIC AND VIDEO: Intro and Outro Music by: Intro Stock footage by: Video music by: The Life Guide is a channel dedicated to providing interesting and educational content about a range of political, philosophical, economic and historical topics. Whether you are interested in a simplified explanation of complicated modern ideas or detailed information on ancient civilizations and philosophical schools of thought, The Life Guide is the channel for you. #VietnamWar #VietnamWarExplained #VietnamWarDocumentary
The Path to Nazi Genocide

The Path to Nazi Genocide

This 38-minute film introduces the history of the Holocaust. It begins by looking back at the major changes from 1918 to 1933 that created the political climate for the birth and rise of the Nazi Party in Germany. It explores the basis for the party’s support among ordinary Germans and the military, government, and business establishment before and after Hitler was appointed chancellor in January 1933. After 1933, Nazi leaders used violence and intimidation, propaganda, laws and decrees, and parliamentary maneuvers to quickly destroy the remains of democratic rule. Having established a dictatorship, leaders began pursuing ideological goals. These included the purification and strengthening of the “superior” German “race” and the return of Germany to great power status through economic revival and the build-up of the military. Jews, who were viewed in Nazi ideology as a separate and dangerous “race,” went from being German citizens with full equal rights to outcasts. They were pressured to immigrate and excluded from the racially based “people’s community” that gave many Germans, especially youth, a sense of belonging. Other excluded groups included Roma, persons with disabilities, gay men, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and political opponents. During World War II, which began in 1939, German military conquests and alliances endangered Jews living in countries across German-dominated Europe. The German invasion of the Soviet Union in summer 1941, envisioned by Nazi leaders and the German military as a “war of annihilation,” was a key turning point on the path to the genocide of Europe’s Jews. The murder of 6 million Jewish men, women, and children required the active participation or acquiescence of countless Germans and Europeans from all walks of life. 00:00 Intro 02:52 Germany Struggles after World War I Defeat 06:48 The Rise of Nazism 09:24 Adolf Hitler Appointed Chancellor 12:33 Building a "National Community" 16:10 Nazis Enact Antisemitic Laws 18:15 German Jews Become Outcasts 21:56 Kristallnacht: The Night of Broken Glass 24:44 World War II Begins 26:16 Germany Invades the Soviet Union 28:50 The Final Solution 32:07 Auschwitz 34:02 Liberation and the end of the Holocaust