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Winter Soldier

Testimony given in Detroit, Michigan, on January 31, 1971, February 1 and 2, 1971

Sponsored by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Inc.



David Braum, 25, SP/5, 21 Trans. Co., 119 Avn. Co. Airmobile, 52 Combat Avn. Bn., 52 Prov. Plt., Delta Bn. (1963-1964)


Dr. Bert Pfeiffer, Professor of Zoology, University of Montana; Visited Cambodia, Laos, North and South Vietnam (1969-1970)

Douglas Hostetter, Vietnam Christian Service (July 1966 to June 1969); on the National Student Association Trip to Hanoi (December 1970)

Arthur Kanegis, Research Assistant at NARMIC (National Action and Research on the Military-Industrial Complex), a project of American Friends Service Organization

Richard Ward, Foreign Editor, The Guardian; in Vietnam (summer of 1965); in North Vietnam and Laos (summer of 1970)

Updated Thursday, January 28, 1999

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