Vietnam War Essay | Australian Vietnam War Lies

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Australian Vietnam War Lies

Summary: Focuses on the Vietnam War, particularly the Australian point of view and the Australians' cynicism toward the government.
In a deep, dark and dangerous Vietnamese jungle, a United States marine wades through the foggy undergrowth, wearing his countries flag with pride. Australians walk these parts to, fighting under a cause of freedom and democracy. Of truth and capitalism. Fighting the evil communist force, which if not stopped in this one place, could very well spread across the world. An honourable path, an honourable war.

Or is it? With casualties for our Australian troops sitting at 400 and rising with time, one finds it hard not to question the cause at hand. While troops are bogged down against the Vietcong, American casualties making their way into the tens of thousands the questions keep racking up. But the questions are nothing without answers. And none have been given by our leaders.

America's communist domino theory could be questioned, but even more questionable is the dispersion of Australian...

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