The Vietnam War was a major watershed in the social, political and military history of America. It has been immortalised in Hollywood films such as Apocalypse Now, Full Metal Jacket and Platoon, but what is the true history behind America s most controversial war? This critically acclaimed six hour documentary reveals the battlegrounds, combatants and human tragedies that shaped a war where nearly 60,000 American servicemen and 500,000 North Vietnamese perished. With unseen footage from the war zone and interviews with veterans, this is the ultimate programme for those who seek to understand how a major power could lose the hearts and minds of the people, as well as the war. Also included in the package is a 24 page booklet featuring moving articles and photos from veterans of the far. In particular, the photos of Catherine Leroy, winner of the prestigious Robert Capa award, are a testament to the bravery and ultimate futility of sacrifice that characterised the Vietnam War. Special Feature: Catherine Leroy Photo Gallery.