An account of the Tet Offensive, a simultaneous North Vietnamese attack on over 100 key locations in the South, staged on Jan. 31, 1968. It dealt a crippling blow to American morale and brought such criticism of President Johnson that he refused to stand for re-election. Among those interviewed is North Vietnamese diplomat Ha Van Lau, who called the offensive a strategic victory.
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