|5597||TET (1968)||TET (1968)||1983||color||56 min||vhs|| (Vietnam: A Television History series, Part 7)
One of the big turning points in the war came when the Americans thought they were winning, while actually a stalemate existed. On the Tet holiday attacks came in areas the U.S. thought to be secure including Saigon. The defeats caused second thoughts in Washington that eventually resulted in Johnson's decision to call a partial bombing halt and to not run for re-election. Peace talks began, while the war continued.