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CRYING FOR EDDIE: A VIETNAM WAR NURSE TELLS HER STORY

From: clay scott
Series: Mountain West Voices
Length: 05:59

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Diane Carlson Evans was a U.S. Army Nurse during the Vietnam War. She survived indescribable trauma, felt resented when she returned to the U.S., and kept her bitterness and her tears inside for many years. Then she founded the Vietnam Womens' Memorial Project, and helped hundreds of women vets tell their stories of Vietnam. Read the full description.

Img_6115_small Diane Carlson Evans was a U.S. Army Nurse during the Vietnam War. She survived indescribable trauma, felt resented when she returned to the U.S., and kept her bitterness and her tears inside for many years. Then she founded the Vietnam Womens' Memorial Project, and helped hundreds of women vets tell their stories of Vietnam.

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