A superb 82-minute PBS documentary about the atrocious events of March 16, 1968, when a company of US soldiers unleashed a genocidal massacre in the Vietnamese hamlet of My Lai. Includes both perpetrator and survivor testimony, as well as an account of the high-level cover-up that followed the massacre. Streamed in full on the PBS website.
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