The Tet Offensive of 1968 is commonly looked at as the "turning point" of the American Vietnam War. This leads to the question "what did the American and South Vietnamese militaries think about this 'turning point'?" Using the reports to the White House from General Westmoreland and the retrospective work by Colonel Hoang Ngoc Lung, the conclusion can be reached that the Tet Offensive did not change the military's perception on the course of the conflict.
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Sawyer, Colin A.
"The Tet Offensive: Are We Mired in a Stalemate?,"
Grand Valley Journal of History: Vol. 5
, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.gvsu.edu/gvjh/vol5/iss1/3