VIETNAM DON LUCE
Don Luce reading a letter written to him by a Vietnamese person during the time of the struggle movement. This is audio only, filmed material picks up after this, to be still in jail. It don't pose before you a terrible problem to choose, I can't keep quietly.
I can't have a peaceful mind in these days. I can't become a mercenary in this kind of puppet army. Americans in uniform are not my friends at all. They are just foreign troops in my, .
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Ok, Don, let's go ahead with the aah Predicament, just looking at me.
Well, the students were angry, Uhm, I taught at the College of Agriculture and my
Luce worked in Vietnam with the International Voluntary Services and the World Council of Churches from 1958 until 1971. Don
Luce was, at the time, teaching at the College of Agriculture and his students were having to choose whether or not to join the Saigon army. Many of his students were very angry seeing foreigners invade their country and Vietnamese women being forced into prostitution. Students were being imprisoned and beaten for not joining the Saigon army... more