Jan. 23, 1973: President Richard Nixon announced an agreement had been reached with North Vietnam to end the Vietnam War. Nixon said the end of the war in Vietnam — then the longest in U.S. history — would bring "peace with honor." 58,209 Americans died. WWR, in partnership with The New York Times, presents the Times' front page coverage of the end of the Vietnam War in 1973.
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