America's  Secret War: Minnesota Remembers Vietnam

America's Secret War: Minnesota Remembers Vietnam

Hmong testimonial of the CIA's Secret War in Laos and escaping a brutal communist regime.

In the shadows of the Vietnam War, the CIA organized a secret war in neighboring Laos to prevent communism from spreading deeper into Southeast Asia. The Hmong fought for the U.S. — and for themselves— to keep Ho Chi Minh’s regime from destroying their way of life. Distributed nationally by American Public Television.

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