Vietnam
Soldiers listen to transistor radio in Vietnam
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Private First Class Clark Richie sniffs the scent of a letter from a girl back home in Jay, Oklahoma. April 1966. John Nance/AP
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General Nguyen Ngoc Loan, South Vietnamese chief of the national police, fires his pistol into the head of suspected Viet Cong official Nguyen Van Lem on a Saigon street early in the Tet Offensive. February 1, 1968
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Horst Faas, A Distraught Father Holds the Body of his Child as South Vietnamese Rangers Look Down from their Armored Vehicle, 19-Mar-64
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Horst Faas, Hovering U.S. Army Helicopters Pour Machine-Gun Fire into the Tree Line to Cover the Advance of South Vietnamese Ground Troops as they Attack a Viet Cong Camp Eighteen Miles North of Tay Ninh, near the Cambodian Border, Mar-65
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Paratroopers in Vietnam
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A young marine goes into battle. 1965.
Sean Flynn, an American freelance photojournalist covering the war for Time magazine, is photographed during operations near a U.S. Special Forces camp at Ha Thanh, in Quang Ngai province. September 1968.
Sean Flynn, an American freelance photojournalist covering the war for Time magazine, is photographed during operations near a U.S. Special Forces camp at Ha Thanh, in Quang Ngai province. September 1968.
Goodbye Vietnam
Goodbye Vietnam
Horst Faas, Exhausted South Vietnamese Soldiers Sleep on a U.S. Navy Troop Carrier Taking them Back to the Provincial Capital of Ca Mau, August 1962
Horst Faas, Exhausted South Vietnamese Soldiers Sleep on a U.S. Navy Troop Carrier Taking them Back to the Provincial Capital of Ca Mau, August 1962
Malcolm Browne, Buddhist Monk, Thich Quang Duc Burns Himself to Death on a Saigon Street to Protest Persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese Government, June 11, 1963
Malcolm Browne, Buddhist Monk, Thich Quang Duc Burns Himself to Death on a Saigon Street to Protest Persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese Government, June 11, 1963
Horst Faas, Sunlight Breaks Through Dense Foliage Around the Town of Binh Gia as South Vietnamese Troops, Joined by U.S. Advisers, Rest After a Cold, Damp, and Tense Night of Waiting in an Ambush Position for a Viet Cong Attack that did not Come, January 1965
Horst Faas, Sunlight Breaks Through Dense Foliage Around the Town of Binh Gia as South Vietnamese Troops, Joined by U.S. Advisers, Rest After a Cold, Damp, and Tense Night of Waiting in an Ambush Position for a Viet Cong Attack that did not Come, January 1965
Horst Faas, Women and Children Crouch in a Muddy Canal as they Take Cover from Intense Viet Cong Fire, January 1, 1966
Horst Faas, Women and Children Crouch in a Muddy Canal as they Take Cover from Intense Viet Cong Fire, January 1, 1966
Henri Huet, Medic Thomas Cole of Richmond, Virginia, Looks up with his One Unbandaged Eye as he Continues to Treat Wounded S.Sgt. Harrison Pell of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, During a Firefight, January 30, 1966
Henri Huet, Medic Thomas Cole of Richmond, Virginia, Looks up with his One Unbandaged Eye as he Continues to Treat Wounded S.Sgt. Harrison Pell of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, During a Firefight, January 30, 1966
Horst Faas, A Woman Mourns Over the Body of her Husband After Identifying him by his Teeth, and Covering his Head with her Conical Hat. The Man’s Body was Found with Forty-Seven Others in a Mass Grave Near Hue, April 11, 1969
Horst Faas, A Woman Mourns Over the Body of her Husband After Identifying him by his Teeth, and Covering his Head with her Conical Hat. The Man’s Body was Found with Forty-Seven Others in a Mass Grave Near Hue, April 11, 1969
Hugh Van Es, A U.S. Paratrooper Wounded in the Battle for Hamburger Hill Grimaces in Pain as he Awaits Medical Evacuation at Base Camp Near the Laotian Border, May 19, 1969
Hugh Van Es, A U.S. Paratrooper Wounded in the Battle for Hamburger Hill Grimaces in Pain as he Awaits Medical Evacuation at Base Camp Near the Laotian Border, May 19, 1969
Anonymous, Marines Move Through a Landing Zone, December 1969
Anonymous, Marines Move Through a Landing Zone, December 1969
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