A home for exiled memories
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A home for exiled memories

The story of the Vietnam War has been told exhaustively … or has it? A Melbourne historian points to a large body of personal experience that is missing.They fought for, but eventually lost, their country. The personal cost was immense: dispossession, exile and – almost as traumatic although less obvious – the pain of having seemingly been erased from history.

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A home for exiled memories