by Teri Link

The Vietnam War was a long and divisive conflict that was intensified by the ongoing Cold War between the United States and Soviet Union. More than 58,000 Americans were killed or declared missing during this time, and opposition to the war bitterly divided America. The later years of this horrific war saw increased psychological and physical deterioration among soldiers. When the war was declared over, there were no winners, only survivors. Whether you were personally involved with the Vietnam War and its aftermath, or have relatives that speak of those days, there are several events happening in Dubuque in the month of January that pay tribute to this infamous period in U.S. history.

To read this and other featured articles in their entirety, pickup the January 2022 issue of Julien’s Journal magazine. Click to subscribe for convenient delivery by mail, or call (563) 557-1914. Single issues are also available in print at area newsstands and digitally via the Issuu platform.

Julien’s Journal, the Dubuque area lifestyle magazine, is a monthly regional feature magazine for and about Dubuque and the tri-state region.


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