Agent Orange, Exposed: How U.S. Chemical Warfare in Vietnam Unleashed a Slow-Moving Disaster

More than 10 years of U.S. chemical warfare in Vietnam exposed an estimated 2.1 to 4.8 million Vietnamese people to Agent Orange. More than 40 years on, the impact on their health has been staggering.

Unlike napalm, which immediately scalded its victims, Agent Orange kills and maims slowly over time, its effects passed down through generations. U.S. Army Operations in Vietnam R.W. Trewyn, Ph.D/Wikimedia

Yes, this article is from 2017 but is still making the rounds and the damage wrought by this war legacy continues to affect generation after generation of Vietnamese.  If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend that you take a few minutes of your precious time to do so.

Shalom (שלום), MAA