If you're a historical military buff, it's an interesting site full of propaganda. Most of the military sites in south Vietnam are "professionally" done; we know what eventually happened. But at least the sites maintain some sense of dignity and make for interesting tourist attractions, especially for those who want to learn more about the war. The My Lai Museum is over the top. There is no question that My Lai was a tragedy, but referring to American soldiers as "saliva-spitting war dogs" who "fail to respect the gentle culture of Viet Nam" only makes you question Vietnam's Department of Tourism. (I assume they have one.) I told my guide that the Museum should hire an American who can write and then rewrite all of their English brochures, so at least they make sense. He said they didn't care.
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