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    Video thumbnail: American Experience When Should a Soldier Say No?

    American Experience

    When Should a Soldier Say No?

    The 1968 attack of My Lai pushed soldiers and Americans to ask this hard question.

    When Should a Soldier Say No?

    Video thumbnail: American Experience The My Lai Massacre: A National Shame

    American Experience

    The My Lai Massacre: A National Shame

    Learning about My Lai changed American opinions about the Vietnam War.

    The My Lai Massacre: A National Shame

    Video thumbnail: American Experience Merely Following Orders?

    American Experience

    Merely Following Orders?

    Lt. Calley's 1971 trial upset those who felt he was unfairly blamed for Vietnam mistakes.

    Merely Following Orders?

    Video thumbnail: American Experience On the Road to Hell

    American Experience

    On the Road to Hell

    In the Vietnam War, military leaders failed to give moral guidance to scared US soldiers.

    On the Road to Hell

    Video thumbnail: American Experience My Lai Preview

    American Experience

    My Lai Preview

    What drove a company of US soldiers to commit the worst atrocity in US military history?

    My Lai Preview

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