The original Tet Offensive in 1789 was a masterpiece of surprise that became the model for the 1968 attack.
The Last Days of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
After fleeing to Argentina, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid blazed a new outlaw trail that ended in a shootout high in the Bolivian Andes.
The Vietnam War: Why It Was Impossible for the U.S. to Stay Uninvolved
U.S. complicity in the overthrow of South Vietnam’s president made it impossible to stay uninvolved in the war.
A Bad Day at Bu Dop
Rescue at LZ Albany
Eastertide Offensive Lessons for the Gulf War
The savage 1972 Eastertide Offensive in Vietnam provided an invaluable lesson for Marines in the Gulf War two decades later.
They Flew for Franco: German Condor Legion’s Tactical Air Power
During the Spanish Civil War, a group of German pilots that became known as the Condor Legion honed their hunting skills in Spain’s skies.
Tet 1969 at Cu Chi
One year after the infamous Tet Offensive of 1968, Communist forces tried it again.
Tet Offensive: Inside MACV Headquarters
As General William Westmoreland’s chief of staff at the time of the 1968 Tet Offensive, Maj. Gen. Walter ‘Dutch’ Kerwin had a key seat with the military inner circle during one of the most critical events of the war.
Don North: An American Reporter Witnessed the VC Assault on the U.S. Embassy During the Vietnam War
An American reporter witnessed the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Saigon during the Tet Offensive — and experienced firsthand the strain between the press and the military.