The River Styx (January 1964-December 1965)
Clip: Episode 3 | Early Antiwar Movement
While many Americans know little of the conflict in Vietnam, an antiwar movement begins to grow. Faculty at the University of Michigan organize an all-night discussion, dubbed a "teach-in," to promote debate on the subject.
In Hanoi, two North Vietnamese factions disagree about how best to proceed in the war.
North Vietnamese forces ambush South Vietnamese Marines responding to a downed helicopter.
Soldiers discuss the psychological shock of witnessing death on the battlefield.
A Marine discusses his surprise in discovering the beauty of the Vietnamese landscape.
A journalist discovers that it is not always possible to remain neutral reporting on war.
In a taped conversation, President Johnson expresses concern about the war in Vietnam.