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Yes, military censorship existed in the Vietnam War. Military censorship helps hide important military information from becoming exposed to the enemy. Military information includes, but is not limited to, an ambush, night attack, or invasion. During the Second World War, censorship did not exist, though fortunately, the presence of the world's first atomic bomb was detected neither before nor after the bomb's creation. The Vietnam War was the first war to have censorship.

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