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Topics:  education, vietnam war, war Story Tools Tweet CHEQUE UP: Launch of the Sons of Anzac Essay competition are (from left) Ron Strong and Rachel Mellings from SunCoast Community Telco, Gary Phillips from Caloundra RSL and Mal Brough MP. Brett Wortman OVER the past 100 years, no generation of Australians has been immune from the [...]

The four-story brownstone at 141 East 37th Street in Manhattan has no remarkable features: a plain building on a quiet tree-lined street in the shadow of the Empire State Building. In the summer of 1920, Herbert O. Yardley, a government codebreaker, moved in with a gang of math geniuses and began deciphering intercepted Japanese diplomatic [...]

They’ve served us in many ways overseas and here at home. Now, businesses and establishments throughout Northeast Ohio* are serving them: our military heroes. As a way to honor past and present military service members, they’re giving back this Veterans Day by offering free meals and other discounts. Here is a list of some of [...]

Prehistoric relics found in mountains Artifacts left by prehistoric men from the late Palaeolithic Age have been discovered at the Sua Can Ty archaeological site in Quan Ba District, in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang. The findings include nearly 200 relics, mostly work tools made from stone. Archaeologist Nguyen Truong Dong from the [...]

Prehistoric relics found in mountains Artifacts left by prehistoric men from the late Palaeolithic Age have been discovered at the Sua Can Ty archaeological site in Quan Ba District, in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang. The findings include nearly 200 relics, mostly work tools made from stone. Archaeologist Nguyen Truong Dong from the [...]

Vietnam veterans and family members, as well as families of those who never returned from the war, gathered May 18 in Branson, Mo., to recall their service and honor the fallen as part of an official observance of the Vietnam War. As the master of ceremonies introduced keynote speaker John Mohler — Vietnam [...]

A blossoming peach tree, a doe-eyed baby peering over her mother’s shoulder, an armchair and even a whole roasted pig – I see all sorts of curious cargo being carried on the back of mopeds as my rickshaw ambles through the backstreets of Hanoi, the bustling capital city of Vietnam. This south-east Asian country, [...]

Schoolboy Lachie Scott thanks his parents for a holiday that opened his eyes When Mum was taken away by officials at Tan Son Nhat airport, Ho Chi Minh City, in Vietnam, I wondered if I would ever see her again. It was all our fault, me and my brother Sam. After firing [...]

Rural villages, floating markets and top-class tailors are all highlights of a trip to Vietnam, says Tori Mayo A BLOSSOMING peach tree, a doe-eyed baby peering over her mother’s shoulder, an armchair and even a whole roasted pig – I see all sorts of curious cargo being carried on the back of mopeds as my [...]

Posted Mar 29, 2013 By Tweet U.S. combat troops left Vietnam 40 years ago, March 29, 1973. Close 1 of 23 A Viet Cong observer of the Four Party Joint Military Commission counts U.S. troops as they prepare to board jet aircraft at Saigonís Tan Son Nhut airport, March 28, 1973. Nineteen planeloads of U.S. [...]