Vineyard Gazette
Sgt. Jon L. Grimmett, the son in law of Mr. and Mrs. Petronio Ortiz of Vineyard Haven, was killed in action in Vietnam on Jan. 24.
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Phyllis Meras
Vietnam Moratorium Day was observed quietly in various parts of the Vineyard Wednesday - by children building peace symbols on the Menemsha sand; worshipers at a morning Eucharist service and an
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Vineyard Gazette
Kivie Kaplan of Chestnut Hill and Vineyard Haven, a civil rights leader active in the national N.A.A.C.P., was among those who attended the Peace March in Washington last week, and he has written
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Vineyard Gazette
A group of Islanders will be participating in the March on Washington on April 24, which is being organized by the National Peace Coalition, calling for an end to the Vietnam war.
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Vineyard Gazette
Notification was received this week by his family, of the death in the Gulf of Tonkin of United States Navy Lt. John Robert Painter Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Painter of Hine’s Point.
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Andrew J. Shanley
Woody Williams graduated from the Island’s regional high school in 1969 and went off to fight a war. In some ways, he’s still fighting it.  
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Andrew J. Shanley
They went to the wall together and cried.   “It was like going to meet a friend...and finally saying goodbye.”  
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Wars
Woody Williams
Misconceptions of Viet Nam veterans to be cleared up this Memorial Day:  
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Mark Alan Lovewell
They came nearly 20-strong out of the gathering dusk of Tuesday evening and into the American Legion Hall in Edgartown. All are veterans of the Viet Nam war.
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W.C. Platt
Nothing was simple about the war in Viet Nam. That era divided our society, and offered no easy answers for those who fought or for those who did not.
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Mark Alan Lovewell
It’s been more than a generation since this country sent its soldiers to battle in the jungles of a small country called Vietnam, and there are many Islanders who believe their community has yet
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Alexis Tonti
Having been a female reporter in Vietnam, Denby Fawcett said, "We belong to an exclusive club that can accept no new members. Vietnam made me braver, it made me more skeptical.
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