I have visited this museum three times to date and each time, it evokes the same emotional response within my heart. As a US Vietnam veteran, I am ashamed that soldiers from my country took part in this bloodbath. I realize that what happened in this small village is not something that is representative of soldiers from my country, but it is representative of what happens in war. In war, there are no winners, only losers. The museum is a look back at the events that happened in a war that very few people understood. Anyone visiting this memorial should do so with a good supply of tissue paper, because much of what you will see is difficult to imagine, yet there it is before you. I highly recommend stopping at this site.
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