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Interview With Phillip Key, 1981 [electronic resource]

by Richard Ellison and Phillip Key
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
Vietnam Veteran Brother Phillip Key discusses being drafted and serving twenty-one months in Vietnam. Key recalls his first impressions of landing in Vietnam, and mentions the distinct smell, the fear, and the changes he saw his platoon go through as the plane landed amidst attack. Key describes a normal day and the juxtaposition of being black in Vietnam and the civil rights movement at home. He talks about forming a black identity while in Vietnam and beginning to question why he was there, forming stronger feelings that the war was unjust. Key also remembers the widespread availability of drugs in Vietnam and the infighting that occurred within the units.
Release Date
1983
Run Time
47 min.
Language
This edition in English
Notes
Title from resource description page (viewed Nov. 5, 2012).
Series
American history in video
Vietnam : a television history
Published
Boston, Mass. : WGBH Boston Video, 1983.
Access Restriction
Access restricted to subscribers.
Description
1 online resource (video file (47 min.)) : sound, color.
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