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Source:  The New York Times

Ken Burns shot to fame in 1990 with “The Civil War,” which drew record audiences for PBS and jump-started a revival of popular interest in the subject.

Nearly three decades and more than 20 documentaries later, Burns is perhaps the nation’s most trusted historical brand.

Now, with the sprawling 10-part, 18-hour documentary “The Vietnam War,” which begins airing on PBS on Sept. 17, he and his longtime creative partner Lynn Novick take on what might be their most challenging and fraught subject yet.

Read the story at The New York Times.

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