On Tuesday, April 26, 2016, Henry Kissinger spoke in conversation with LBJ Presidential Library Director Mark K. Updegrove. Kissinger, who played a leading role in U.S. diplomatic and military policy during the Vietnam War, saw the summit as his final word on the war and insisted in hard questioning and on a Q&A after his conversation. No question was off the table for either.
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Kissinger relaxes at the LBJ Presidential Library before his public appearance on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at The Vietnam War Summit. [LBJ Library photo by David Hume Kennerly]
Kissinger in conversation with LBJ Library Director Mark K. Updegrove [LBJ Library photo by David Hume Kennerly]
Miltary veterans and others line up to pose questions to Henry Kissinger [LBJ Library photo by Jay Godwin]