No, Not All Americans in Vietnam Were War Criminals
Kevin Knodell
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The Vietnam War, for the USA, included things that are considered to lead to abuses — culture, race, counter-insurgency, and, most of all, a consensus that the enemy did not “follow the rules”.

In answer to the question posed by PB — no, there were fewer atrocities on average during the Vietnam War than in the wars against Native Americans.

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