GIs wait for the start of a peace march outside the Oleo Strut coffee house in Fort Hood, Texas, in 1971. Picture: Alan Pogue

Why American soldiers were on front lines of anti-Vietnam-war movement

Ho Chi Minh City exhibition recalls how American GIs organised protests, published underground newspapers and served jail time in their efforts to bring peace to Southeast Asia

Topic |   War and conflict

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GIs wait for the start of a peace march outside the Oleo Strut coffee house in Fort Hood, Texas, in 1971. Picture: Alan Pogue
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