7 Myths You Probably Believe About the Vietnam War
On November 15, 1969, 600,000 attended an anti-war protest rally in Washington, D.C., which was portrayed years later in the film “Forrest Gump.” On May 2-4, 1970, students at Kent State University set fire to the Army ROTC building. Members of the Ohio National Guard shot into the crowd, killing four and wounding nine. Of the four killed, two had been protesting while the other two had been walking to class. College campuses all across the country erupted into anti-war protests.
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