These questions are for Disc One of 2 separate DVD sets. The first one is "Vietnam: America's Conflict," and the second one is "The Forgotten War: Korea." Below is a description of each video set to make sure you know which videos these questions accompany.
About "Vietnam: America's Conflict"
This divisive conflict remains a fascinating turning point in our nation's history, and this collection of documentaries is filled with footage that is both informative and often harrowing. In fact, you'll get nearly an entire day's worth of viewing as it examines this politically charged conflict from nearly every angle. 4 DVDs. 2008/color-b&w/23 hrs., 26 min/NR/fullscreen. Vietnam War: America's Conflict
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About "The Fogotten War: Korea"
Studio 1: Allegro Media Group
Video Release Date: 2011-03-08
Run time: 510 minutes
In August 1945, following the surrender of Japanese troops in Korea, American and Soviet negotiators agreed to an administrative division of the peninsula at the 38th parallel. With the nation divided between two opposing political systems, the seeds of civil war had been planted. "From Pusan To The Yalu" (1950-1951) On this DVD we follow the first year of the Korean conflict. On June 25, 1950, North Korea unexpectedly attacked and overran U. S. and South Korean troops, pushing them to the Pusan perimeter, a tiny southeast corner of the peninsula. Reinforcements eventually arrived and repelled the North Koreans. Aided by General MacArthur's brilliant counterattack at Inchon, the Koreans were driven back past the 38th parallel to the Yalu River, the boundary of Chinese Manchuria. In November the Chinese launched their first offensive. U. N. forces were pushed back below the 38th parallel, and in January of 1951 evacuated Seoul. "Counterattack And Stalemate" (1951-1953) On this DVD we follow the final years of the Korean conflict. Beginning in February 1951, U. N. forces launched a counterattack that culminated in the recapture of Seoul. After a series of offensives and counteroffensives by both sides, the front stabilized around the 38th parallel A lengthy peace negotiation began on July 19, 1951. A truce was eventually signed on July 27, 1953, but a comprehensive peace treaty remains elusive to this day.