Agent Orange was considered expecially nasty because we sprayed it on our own troops. Many of them suffer the consequences even today.27/30. I am a moderate military history buff so I'm satisfied with that. Born in 1981 and never went to college or anything.
Didn't get what school had the shooting. When I read the answer I felt like I probably should have been able to guess that.
Didn't get what amendment ended the war. Never heard it before even once.
Didn't get the name of officer who led the village massacre. Have heard of the massacre multiple times but not much more on the details.
Do have an issue with the article calling Agent Orange a "villainous concoction". It was a weapon meant to kill. Why wasn't napalm called villainous? Or arch light bombings that wiped an entire grid square off the map? Or how about all the slow ways GI's were killed/maimed with traps? Sounds like a statement a shitneck who feels free to Monday Morning QB a 50yr old war would say.
Only question I guessed (correctly too) was the American anti-war feeling. Never heard that term before. Anti-war sentiment was a common term but never heard that term used in the quiz before.