http://www.vietnamfulldisclosure.org/"... it’s worth remembering that the Viet Nam war took place in Viet Nam, not in the U.S. – though it would be hard to tell that from the American postwar reaction – academic, political, or cultural...So let’s re-focus on Viet Nam. Accurate estimates are hard to come by, but as many as three million Vietnamese were likely killed, including two million civilians, hundreds of thousands seriously injured and disabled, millions of internally displaced, croplands and forests destroyed: incredible destruction – physical, environmental, institutional, and psychological. The term ecocide was coined to try to capture the devastation of the Vietnamese landscape..." from Commemorating the American war in Viet Nam By Howard Machtinger
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