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  1. Communist Bomb In Saigon - The City Hall - October 26, 1962
  2. 24 Apr 1965, Dong Son, South Vietnam --- With apparent disregard for the columns of U.S. Marines on the road, South Vietnamese natives walk the center lane. The Marines were on a reconnaissance mission (April 24th) west of the Da Nang airbase. --- Image by © Henri Huet/Bettmann/Corbis
  3. 30 Oct 1965, Da Nang, Vietnam --- U.S. Marines inspect bodies of Viet Cong killed during attack October 30th on Marine defensive position on the outskirts of the Da Nang Air Base. During the battle, a company of Marines, outnumbered 4-1, repelled the attacking Viet Cong and killed at least 41 guerrillas
  4. 1965, South Vietnam --- Two American military engineers stand by as a Viet Cong bunker explodes, presumably on account of their efforts. South Vietnam, 1965
  5. ca. 1965-1975, Cali Cali Delta, Vietnam --- Special forces gather after a raid into Cambodia, Cali Cali Delta, Vietnam
  6. 19 Apr 1965, An Ninh, South Vietnam --- As the prisoner's silence continues, the interrogators' silence continues, the interrogators' methods get rougher. here, a South Vietnamese trooper steps on a pole to apply pressure to the Viet Cong suspect's throat
  7. 01 Nov 1965, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- Sgt. Alex Adams of Morgantown, W. Va. (with the telephone) and Pfc. Ron Hooper of Wichita Falls, Texas (looking through the binoculars) keep lookout from the top of Marble Mountain for any signs of trouble around the Da Nang airbase, November 1st. In the past week, the Vietcong have made a number of attacks on the important American base in one of which they destroyed almost 20 helicopters
  8. 06 Apr 1967, Tay Ninh, South Vietnam --- 4/6/1967-Tay Ninh, South Vietnam- Members of the Second Battalion, Sixteenth Infantry, Second Brigade carry a dead comrade out of the jungle, after fierce battle with the Viet Cong near the Combodian border during operation Junction City
  9. 15 Nov 1965, Lai Khe, Vietnam --- November 15, 1965 - Lai Khe, South Vietnam: Lt. Don Burchell of Lyons, Georgia, sets fire to one of the huts in Viet Cong training camp discovered by elements of the 1st Infantry Division during operations in the Lai Khe region. Earlier in the same area, troops of the 1st Division stopped a Viet Cong attack at Bau Bang Village
  10. 1965, South Vietnam --- South Vietnam: The burned bodies of South Vietnamese children shown sprawled on ground after Viet Cong attack on village
  11. 02 Apr 1965, United States Embassy, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Men stand amidst rubble and two bodies of victims after a terrorist bomb exploded near the United States embassy in Saigon during the Vietnam War
  12. Saigon. Henry Cabot Lodge, U.S. Ambassador-Designate to South Vietnam (left), greeted by Major General Nguyen Van Thieu, Chairman of Vietnamese Directory. Mr. Lodge was on a fact finding trip, surveying economic, political, and military situations. 1965
  13. Henry Cabot Lodge (left), U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam, greets Vietnamese Prime Minister, Air Vice Marshall Nguyen Cao Ky. Lodge was on a fact finding trip for President Johnson in July 1965
  14. 05 Jul 1965, Hue, South Vietnam --- South Vietnam's Military Premier, 34-year-old Vice Air Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky, returns a salute to officials and village Chiefs as he arrives at the Airport of the Ancient Imperial Capital of Vietnam on June 30. Wearing his jet Black flight suit, Ky was on his first trip to Hue since being named Premier. He outlined in clearest terms the Government's policies. Behind Ky is Defense Minister Brig. General Nguyen Huu Co
  15. Bombing of old U.S. Embassy on Ham Nghi Blvd Saigon, 30 Mar 1965
  16. 30 Mar 1965, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Saigon, South Vietnam: A dead woman lies among flaming debris of the American Embassy after a terrorist bomb rocked the building and surrounding area wounding and killing an estimated 50 persons
  17. 28 Jun 1965, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Saigon: A Floating Nightmare. Two young Vietnamese girls and their escort (right, at table) bear mute testimony to the violence of the Viet Cong bombs which destroyed the My Canh floating restaurant here June 25th. They were having supper when the terrorist blasts snuffed out 42 lives and wounded more than 80 persons in and near the boat-restaurant
  18. 28 Jun 1965, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Saigon: A Floating Nightmare. Shattered bodies lie sprawled about at the entrance area of a floating restaurant here June 25th, after two Viet Cong bombs claimed 42 lives and injured 80 persons. The majority of fatalities occurred when the second bomb went off at the gangplank entrance to the boat-restaurant, trapping many who were fleeing from the first blast. Among the dead were 27 Vietnamese, 12 Americans, one German, one Frenchman, and one Filipino
  19. Saigon, South Vietnam --- 1/28/1965- Saigon, South Vietnam: Holds press conference- Lt. Gen Nguyen Khanh, once again the stong man in South Vietnam, tells news conference January 28th, he has reappointed U.S.-educated Nguyen Xuan Oanh acting Prime Minister. Khanh denied having any personal ambitions to take over the government, but made it clear that the powerful council of generals he heads will be the final arbiter in affairs of state. He said the twin problems of Communist aggression and underdevelopemnt. Oanh, 43, served as interim Prime Minister once bfore, but lasted only seven days.
  20. 26 Apr 1965, Binh Hung, South Vietnam --- A Viet Cong guerrilla is kept under guard in a net of barbed wire after he was captured here April 25th. The prisoner was seized when a Vietnamese force patrolling the coast in a junk, staged a surprise raid on this small fishing village
  21. 1965, Vietnam --- American troops patrol through a bombed out village. Vietnam, 1965
  22. 05 Dec 1965, Michelin Plantation, South Vietnam --- 12/5/1965-Michelin Plantation, South Vietnam: Troopers of the United States First Infantry Division, acting as stretcher bearers, carry one of their troops by Viet Cong forces of estimated regimental size, on a jungle road near the Michelin Plantation. It was the bloodiest American fight since the savage battle of Chu Pong Mountain and Ia Drang Valley
  23. 1965, War Zone C, Vietnam --- A US medical helicopter emerges through a pink cloud to evacuate wounded survivors of the 173rd Airborne regiment, ambushed in War Zone C. Vietnam, 1965
  24. 1965, Iron Triangle, Vietnam --- A member of the 173rd Airborne Division blindfolds a Viet Cong prisoner taken during a battle in the Iron Triangle, Vietnam, 1965
  25. 28 Mar 1965, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- Marine Sgt. William McCauley of Columbus, Ohio uses a flamethrower to burn out the underbrush which could provide cover for Viet Cong guerrillas around the vital Da Nang airbase. US planes based at Da Nang are used to bomb targets in North Viet Nam
  26. 1965, Plaines des Joncs, South Vietnam --- A group of South Vietnamese army soldiers and an American soldier with two captured Vietcong suspects
  27. 1965, Vietnam --- Vietnamese Army personnel interrogate villagers during a drive against the Viet Cong
  28. 1965, War Zone C, Vietnam --- Medics treat wounded American troops from the 173rd Airborne Division after an ambush on a rural path in War Zone C
  29. 14 Apr 1965, West of Duc Hoa, South Vietnam --- Government troops, pursing members of the Vietcong, move into a rebel village, west of Duc Hoa
  30. 25 Jul 1965, Chu Lai, South Vitenam --- 7/25/1965-Chu Lai, South Vietnam- A U.S. Marine directs a captured Viet Cong suspect, still clutching his children, away from his burning home following a sweeping operation by the Leathernecks, July 25. Many of the Viet Cong live with their families in the village near Chu Lai, one of the new U.S. bases established by the Marines. Twenty-five Viet Congs were killed and 33 captured in the operation
  31. 31 Jul 1965, Chu Lai, South Vietnam --- A Vietnamese soldier beats a Viet Cong Prisoner as he interrogates him following a sweeping operation by the U.S. Marines and South Vietnamese regulars that netted 33 Communist prisoners, and resulted in the death of 25 others near the Chu Lai Airbase, July 25th
  32. 30 Jun 1965 --- Give Aid to Unconscious Australian in Viet Cong Operation. American and Australian troopers give aid to an Australian soldier who passed out from heat exhaustion during the first major joint-troop operation of the war. After a three-day search and destroy operation in the Communist-controlled "War Zone D," the allied troops were reported returning to their bases, June 30. June 30, 1965.
  33. 21 Aug 1965, Chu Lai, South Vietnam --- U.S. Marines rush wounded comrades to a waiting evacuation chopper during the last day of the sweeping operation, which netted more than 600 Viet Cong dead, near the Chu Lai airfield. The battle was by far the biggest of the war, in so far as Americans were involved
  34. 20 Aug 1965, Chu Lai, South Vietnam --- 8/20/1965-Chu Lai, South Vietnam- United States Marines help a wounded Vietnamese woman and her son to an evacuation helicopter, after their village was caught in crossfire between US and Communist forces during last stages of the big battle at Chu Lai.
  35. 20 Aug 1965, Chu Lai, South Vietnam --- A severely wounded Viet Cong prisoner is placed on a stretcher by a US Marine after Marines took over the village. The villagers were caught in a crossfire between fleeing Communist forces and Americans Marines
  36. 18 Jul 1966, Cheo Reo, South Vietnam --- Soldiers of the 1st Cavalry Division pull the body of a dead Viet Cong soldier of his bunker after he had refused to surrender. The dead guerrilla was the 5,000th enemy killed by the 1st Cavalry since the unit arrived in Vietnam in September, 1965. The 1st Cavalry is currently engaged in Operation "Henry Clay," some 250 miles north of Saigon
  37. 17 Nov 1965, Plei Me, South Vietnam --- 11/17/1965-Plei Me, South Vietnam- Three U.S. First Cavalrymen help each other to an evacuation helicopter. They are part of an American military column which was ambushed and savagely mauled by Communist Vietnamese forces in the jungles of the Chu Pong Mountain range
  38. 17 Mar 1965, Vinh Dong, South Vietnam, USA --- Dead and wounded Vietnamese troops are loaded on an Army evacuation helicopter following a heated battle with Viet Cong guerrillas. An US Navy advisor was killed, 2 other Americans were wounded, and ten Vietnamese troops suffered casualties in the battle
  39. 15 Sep 1965, Con River, South Vietnam --- Viet Cong prisoners are led out of a village where they were captured by paratroopers of the 101st Airborne. More than 40 Viet Cong, including two girl cadres, were captured in an area in which Vietnamese government patrols had been unable to enter for more than a year
  40. 16 May 1965, Bien Hoa, South Vietnam --- 5/16/1965-Bien Hoa, South Vietnam: Armed military police keep curious Vietnamese civilians and members of the press back at the main gate of Bien Hoa air base as smoke rises in the distance from exploding bombs and aircraft. In an apparently accidental fire and series of explosions, an entire flight line of jet bombers was destroyed at the base. First reports listed 26 Americans and four Vietnamese dead.
  41. 13 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam --- United States Marines usher Viet Cong suspects - one of them a woman - through the rubble of a village north of Qui Nhon as they sweep the area in a clearing operation recently. The multi-pronged marine plan was designed to secure their perimeter around the coastal base in the highland
  42. 11 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam --- 9/11/1965-Qui Nhon, South Vietnam: An old Vietnamese woman folds her hands, as if in prayer, waiting and watching as US Marines sweep through a village north of Qui Nhon. A Leatherneck guards the woman with his rifle as a precaution, she may be carrying a concealed weapon. Most of the men of the village fled when the Marine battalion came into sight, an indication that the area was predominately Viet Cong, leaving women, children and elderly men behind as the "unknown enemy." They often attack the troops unexpectedly
  43. 10 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam --- United States Marines pull a Vietnamese woman from a hole under her hut as they sweep through an area North of their Qui Nhon base. Many of the women and children tried to hide from the advancing troops in secret tunnels under their homes, while the men, mostly Viet Cong, fled the village
  44. 10 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam --- 9/10/1965-Qui Nhon, South Vietnam: Vietnamese women, children and elders huddle together, as U.S. Marine Corporal Dave Taylor of State College, Pennsylvania holds a rifle on them. The leathernecks rounded up the villagers during a "sweep" maneuver north of Qui Nhon. The round-up was conducted when the troops discovered most of the village's male population had fled the area -- an indication that there was a heavy infiltration of Viet Cong, and that many left behind could be armed for sniper attacks
  45. 09 Nov 1965, War Zone D, South Vietnam, Southeast Asia --- War Zone D, South Vietnam: Wounded Arrive. Wounded paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne are carried from a medical evacuation helicopter November 9th after being flown form the scene of a day-long fight with Viet Cong forces. U. S. and Australian forces are known to have killed 391 Viet Cong in the battle
  46. 07 Sep 1965, Qui Nhon, South Vietnam --- In this Pulitzer Prize winning photo, A Vietnamese mother and her children wade across a river, fleeing a bombing raid on Qui Nhon by United States aircraft. The raid was organized to knock out Viet Cong snipers in the village who were firing on United States Marines. Women and children were warned to leave the village before the bombs began to fall.
  47. 07 Sep 1965 --- Half way around the world, a Vietnamese mother and her family struggle here across a river to escape aerial bombardment, which in 1965 became one of the most controversial issues of the decade. It was said that Vietnam was the first war ever fought on television, and news photographers made the grim reality of the year more immediate than any war had been before
  48. 06 Nov 1965, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- 11/6/1965- Da Nang, South Vietnam- Viet Cong prisoners with their hands tied behind their backs are marched along in a small group where each man is joined to the other by cloth bands around the neck. A marine leads the Viet Cong on a halter during a marine operation from Da Nang
  49. 03 Apr 1965, Di An, South Vietnam --- South Korean security troops look at the body of a Viet Cong guerrilla who was killed following heavy communist mortar attacks on a Korean engineers' camp. Korean troops repelled the attack with heavy small arms fire and counter barrage of mortar shells. Fourteen South Koreans were injured in the attack. It was the first time Koreans had come under Viet Cong fire since arriving in Viet Nam
  50. 03 Oct 1964, Vietnam --- 10/3/1964 -Vietnam- -: The submachine gun and automatic pistol held by these youthful Viet Cong Guerrillas were put together in the local jungle "arsenal". Such arms are assembled from scraps of weapons, often with a few original parts made by the local villagers
  51. 03 Oct 1964, South Vietnam --- A Vietcong guerrilla points to a model of the Ben Cau fortress near Tay Ninh during a briefing for an attack during the Vietnam War
  52. August 1964, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- In this photo from a Japanese documentary film taken by a Japanese cameraman who was on the scene accidentally when this incident took place, a man identified as Lt. Everett Alvarez (left), is escorted by a North Vietnamese sailor. Alvarez, a U.S. airman, was shot down during the U.S. retaliatory raid on North Vietnamese PT boat installations in August
  53. 07 Feb 1966, Bong Son, South Vietnam --- "Harvest." Bong Son, South Vietnam: U.S. First Cavalry Division troopers guard a group of Viet Cong suspects they "harvested" during Operation Masher in the Bon Son area. The suspects squat silently in rice paddy furrows. Almost 300 suspects were detained during the operation and some 475 Viet Cong were killed
  54. Hồ Chí Minh, Chủ tịch Bắc Việt Nam, tháng 3-1964
  55. 03 Jan 1964, Near Pleikanson, Vietnam --- Near Pleikanson Patrol Base: In The Shadow Of War. Terror, starvation and sickness engulfs this young Montagnard mother who clutches her small son while waiting for rescue aid. the young woman, barely clothed, was found by a patrol out of the Pleikanson Patrol Base in an isolated village in the thick jungle area of the Vietnam highlands. A group of 11 villagers were found severely suffering physically and were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment and resettlement. The tiny village has been under the control of the Communist Viet Cong.
  56. 19 May 1964, Saigon, Vietnam --- Services for six US soldiers killed during a CV-2A Caribou plane crash in Vietnam are held in Saigon before the bodies of the soldiers are loaded on a transport plane and returned to the United States
  57. 25 Oct 1963 --- Mme. Tran Le Chi, little known elder sister of Mme Ngo Dinh Nhu of South Vietnam, is shown here in a recent file photo. In an interview with United Press International, Mme Tran described how she staged an attempted suicide in a last ditch effort to escape what she termed the "tyranny" of her famous sister
  58. 21 Oct 1963, Washington, DC, USA --- Vietnam's Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu at press conference
  59. 13 Sep 1963, Belgrade, Yugoslavia --- U.S. Sen. Edward M. Kennedy talks with Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu, First Lady of South Vietnam at a luncheon during the Inter-parliamentary conference in Belgrade
  60. 01 Nov 1963, Saigon, South Vietnam --- The South Vietnamese presidential family, (left to right) Ngo Dinh Le Thuy, 17, her mother, Mme. Ngo Dinh Nhu, Diem's brother, Archbishop Ngo Dinh Thuc, another brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu, head of secret police, President Ngo Dinh Diem, and Nhu's son, Ngo Di
  61. 02 Nov 1963, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Saigon, South Vietnam: In photo just obtained by UPI, the bodies of South Vietnamese President Ngo Dihn Diem (right) and his brother, Ngo Dinh Nhu, disguised as priests, lie in armored personnel carrier, November 2, shortly after they were slain in revolution. They were reportedly being taken to Army staff headquarters at Tan Son Nhut Airfield. Note bindings on Nhu's hands. November 2, 1963.
  62. 1963, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Flames engulf Buddhist Priest Ho Dinh Van in front of the Saigon Roman Catholic Cathedral here on October 27th, as people watch. Hundreds witnessed the self-immolation---the seventh since last May, which was a protest against alleged anti-Buddhist policies of the Diem Government. Observers here feel the ritual suicide was intended to coincide with the arrival at the Cathedral of the seven-man U. N. fact-finding team to ascertain if the anti-religious rumors are based on fact. The motorcade carrying the U. N. team passed the church after the incident.
  63. 26 Apr 1966, Duc Phong, South Vietnam --- In further effort to force information from a young Viet Cong Suspect, a Chinese Nung mercenary slaps him with an ammunition belt after captors pretended they had executed his father. The Nungs were working with a U.S. Special Forces "green beret" unit at Duc Phong
  64. 19 Mar 1966, War Zone D --- Injured Soldier in Vietnam War
  65. 19 Oct 1966, Bong Son, South Vietnam --- 10/19/1966-Bong Son, South Vietnam- U.S. First Cavalry troops move Viet Cong suspects across a stream just south of here, 10/19. The suspects were rounded up during a sweep of a village that the Viet Cong had been using as a base. The troops are conducting Operation Irving in the area.
  66. 15 Aug 1966, Thon Bay, South Vietnam --- 8/15/1966-Thon Bay, South Vietnam: Marine Pfc. Robert W. Kitchens of Brookwood, Alabama, examines site of Viet Cong encampmant near here during Operation Colorado recently. In foreground is the body of a Communist soldier killed in battle of the previous night.
  67. 15 Aug 1966, Chu Pong --- American Soldier Being Treated for Injury in Vietnam
  68. 12 Feb 1966, Thu Xuyn, South Vietnam --- Thu Xuyn, S. Vietnam: Coughing Vietnamese women and children emerge from a hole which they had flushed by troopers of the 1st Cavalry using smoke and teargas while searching out Vietcong during operation "Eagles Claw," the latest phase of the central highlands campaign which started with Operation Masher
  69. 11 Oct 1966, Dong Ha, Vietnam --- American soldiers check a tunnel dug into a small hill in the village of Dong Ha during the Vietnam War.
  70. 04 Dec 1966, Saigon, Vietnam --- Some of the Viet Cong forces killed during the December 4th attack on Tan Son Nhut Airbase here lie side by side on the ground. The Viet Cong launched their attack on the big base by firing more than 40 mortar rounds. Then they invaded it with fighting units that were finally repulsed by U.S. and South Vietnamese troops
  71. 04 Apr 1966, Lap Thuan, South Vietnam --- Vietnamese prisoners, suspected of ties to Vietcong elements operating in the area 25 miles west of Da Mang, wear tags labeling them as Vietcong suspects.
  72. 03 Oct 1966, Phat Cat, Vietnam --- U.S. 1st Cavalry soldier escorts blindfolded Vietcong suspect during Operation Irving, 10/3
  73. 04 Jan 1966, Mekong Delta, South Vietnam --- Mekong Delta, South Vietnam: Crossing The Stream. Paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade cross a small muddy stream typical of the operational area of the Mekong Delta near the Cambodian Border where the troops are stationed Jan. 4th. U. S. Military headquarters in Saigon revealed that an undisclosed number of American paratroopers had fallen victim to a friendly artillery barrage in the early stage of the allied sweep through the delta area
  74. 03 Mar 1966, An Khe, South Vietnam --- Her World in Ashes. An Khe, South Vietnam: Vietnamese woman is comforted by a soldier as she is led away after watching her home and all her possessions go up in flames. Her house was burned as troops of the U.S. 1st Cavalry swept through her village, routing Viet Cong snipers from huts
  75. March 1966, Quang Ngai Province, Republic of Vietnam --- A US Marine leads a Vietcong suspect during a Battalion operation. The soldier carries what appears to be a M-14 and sweats through his flak jacket and trousers in this humid climate
  76. Saigon, South Vietnam --- SAIGON, S. VIETNAM: South Vietnam's most powerful Buddhist leader, Thich Tri Quang (L) arose out of three years of obscurity 3/31 to demand the ouster of President Thieu. Tri Quang led a demonstration of monks, clerics, and laymen from an Quan Pagoda under manners demanding that Thieu resign. Tri Quang was credited for the overthrow of late President Ngo Dinh Diem in November, 1963
  77. 26 May 1966, Vung Tau, South Vietnam --- Buddhist monks sit in a Vung Tau street during a protest against the South Vietnamese government and the United States during the Vietnam War
  78. ca. February 1966, Saigon, Vietnam --- This is Nguyen Cao Ky, president of the Republic of South Vietnam, as he was interviewed about the progress of the Vietnamese war in Saigon in February, 1966.
  79. ca. February 1966, Saigon, Vietnam --- This Nguyen Cao Ky's wife, Mai, often described as beautiful and diminutive, a former Air Vietnam stewardess, as she listens in Saigon to an interview with her husband about the state of the war in Vietnam war in February, 1966
  80. April 1966, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- Troops make arrests of Anti-government demonstrators during a period of Political unrest. The troops were dispatched by Premier Nguyen Cao Ky in an effort to restore order
  81. April 1966, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- Troops make arrests of Anti-government demonstrators during a period of Political unrest. The troops were dispatched by Premier Nguyen Cao Ky in an effort to restore order
  82. Chief of State Nguyen Van Thieu
  83. 19 Jun 1966, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Premier Nguyen Cao Ky during a military review celebrating the first anniversary of the Ky government. Ky used the occasion to urge the nation to forget the political troubles of the past few months, to help him in building a democracy and in the fight against Communism.
  84. Ngày Quân Lực VNCH 19-6-1966
  85. 03 Oct 1966, Phat Cat, Vietnam --- U.S. 1st Cavalry soldier escorts blindfolded Vietcong suspect during Operation Irving, 10/3
  86. 10 Aug 1966, Manila, Philippines --- President Ferdinand Marcos (r) and his wife Imelda (second from left), greet South Vietnamese Premier Nguyen Cao Ky (l) and his wife (second from right) in Manila as they arrive for a state visit on August 10, 1966
  87. 06 Jun 1966, Hue, South Vietnam --- Hue, South Vietnam: Two Vietnamese monks stand solemnly beside one of hundreds of family altars erected in the streets to thwart any anti-Buddhist move by Government troops June 6, 1966. The altars appeared after the clandestine rebel radio broadcasted a warning that Ky's troops would carry out a "terrible massacre" of the Buddhist faithful. June 6, 1966.
  88. 19 Aug 1965, Chu Lai, South Vietnam --- 8/19/1965-Chu Lai, South Vietnam- A Viet Cong suspect pleads for his life as a US Marine stands over him with his bayonet pointed to the ground during mopping-up operation following a major American victory over the Communists at Van Tuong Peninsula, south of Chu Lai. Marines killed more than 500 Viet Cong soldiers in a 2-day, land-sea pincers operation against an enemy force estimated at 2,000 men
  89. 15 Dec 1965, Near Michelin Plantation, South Vietnam --- US Dead Prepared for Evacuation After Viet Cong Ambush
  90. 1965, south of Chu Lai, Batangan Peninsula, Vietnam --- United States Marines injured during operation 'Starlight', near Chu Lai. Batang Peninsula, Vietnam, 1965
  91. 1965, Iron Triangle, Vietnam --- Members of the 173rd Airborne Division attend to their dead following an ambush, The Iron Triangle, Vietnam, 1965.
  92. 1965, Iron Triangle, Vietnam --- Members of the 173rd Airborne Division attend to a wounded colleague, The Iron Triangle, Vietnam, 1965
  93. 13 Mar 1965, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- U.S. Air Force pilot Lt. Hayden Lockhardt is captured by a North Vietnamese militiaman after he was forced to eject from his disabled jet over North Vietnam.
  94. ca. 1965, Chan Duc, The Delta, Vietnam --- A Province Reconaissance Unit counter insurgency team in the Delta region of Vietnam stand over a shot dead suspected Viet Cong or North Vietnamese courier. The Phoenix Programme involved counter espionage teams and assassination squads targeting Viet Cong suspects
  95. ca. 1965, The Delta, Cao Lamh province, Vietnam --- A Province Reconaissance Unit counter insurgency team in the Delta region of Vietnam with a Vietcong flag. The Phoenix Programme involved counter espionage teams and assassination squads targeting Viet Cong suspects
  96. ca. 1965, Vietnam --- A US military officer examines the weaponry borne by an armed regiment of Rades.
  97. 19 Oct 1966, Bong Son, South Vietnam --- 10/19/1966-Bong Son, South Vietnam- U.S. First Cavalry troops move Viet Cong suspects across a stream just south of here, 10/19. The suspects were rounded up during a sweep of a village that the Viet Cong had been using as a base. The troops are conducting Operation Irving in the area
  98. 08 Dec 1967, Bu Dop, South Vietnam --- Members of the 1st Brigade, 1st infantry Division, carry wounded Viet Cong past Communist dead following fierce dawn fighting three miles southwest of Bu Dop December 8th. Forty-nine hard- core Viet Cong were killed in the action. American losses were described as light.
  99. November 2, `1967, Saigon, South Vietnam --- In Custody. Saigon: Blindfolded and carrying their children, a family of Viet Cong suspects is guided by troops leading them to an evacuation point 30 miles north of Chu Lai following action during Operation Wheeler recently
  100. 08 Jan 1967, Ben Suc, South Vietnam --- 1/8/1967-Ben Suc, South Vietnam- An American Marine with a gun at his back, a Viet Cong suspect is shown during the evacuation of the village of Ben Suc Jan. 8. American troops conducted a search for Viet Cong documents and materials. Villagers were led from Ben Suc and the men in the village were closely questioned about Viet Cong activities.
  101. 05 Dec 1967, Dong Tam, South Vietnam --- ARVN Soldier Carrying a Bazooka
  102. 03 Apr 1967, Saigon, Vietnam --- Charles A. Duckett, Indianapolis, Indiana, of the 1st Infantry Division, searches a storage tunnel in a farm house while seeking the Viet Cong near Saigon
  103. ca. 1966, Vietnam --- Soldiers from the Republic of Korea's White Horse Division 2nd Corps serving in the Vietnam War during an attack on a Catholic Church building
  104. 26 Apr 1966, Duc Phong, South Vietnam --- April 26, 1966 - Duc Phong, South Vietnam: Guarded by a Chinese Nung mercenary, a young Vietnam Cong suspect cries upon hearing a rifle shot as Nungs pretended they were shooting his father. Ruse designed to frighten the boy into revealing information he was believed to possess on the location of Vietnam Cong troops
  105. 1966, unidentified village in South Vietnam --- American troops search for Vietcong insurgents in a village. South Vietnam, 1966
  106. 1966, Vietnam --- American soldiers relocate a Vietnamese family to a safe location. Vietnam, 1966
  107. 1966, Near Bong Son, Vietnam --- A soldier from the Korean White Horse Division, on an offensive north of Bong Son, kneels beside the bedraggled mother and children of a suspected Vietcong family, huddled at the edge of a field. Vietnam, 1966
  108. 11 Oct 1966, Dong Ha, Vietnam --- A group of American soldiers discover the bodies of Vietnamese victims of the Vietnam War in the village of Dong Ha, Vietnam
  109. 11 Oct 1966, Dong Ha, Vietnam --- A group of American soldiers discover the bodies of Vietnamese victims of the Vietnam War in the village of Dong Ha, Vietnam.
  110. March 1966, Darlac Province, Republic of Vietnam --- A member of the USSF Montagnard Strike Force stands next to a Vietnamese woman at the Buon Ea Yang Camp after returning home from an operation. The soldier is showing the woman his .30 caliber carbine gun.
  111. March 1966, Near Da Nang, South Vietnam --- A United States Marine of the 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, leads a Vietcong suspect awaiting transport for questioning about his activity in Quang Ngai Province south of Danang
  112. March 1966, Buon Ea Yang, South Vietnam --- A member of the Buon Ea Yang Special Forces "A" Team Montagnard Strike Force that was killed in action is brought home to the camp and placed in a body bag. The dead soldier is wearing the distinctive tiger suit camouflage of the Special Forces in Vietnam. Wives and family members gather around to see the corpse
  113. 1966, Vietnam --- Soldiers leading a blindfolded Vietcong prisoner through the woods during the Vietnam War
  114. ca. 1966, north of Bong Sen, Vietnam --- Soldiers from the Republic of Korea serving in the Vietnam War with a group of captured Vietcong prisoners
  115. ca. 1966, north of Bong Sen, Vietnam --- A soldier from the Republic of Korea serving in the Vietnam War ties and interrogates a captured blindfolded Vietcong prisoner
  116. 29 Sep 1966, Dong Son, Vietnam --- 9/29/1966-Dong Son, Vietnam- Holding his gun ready, a Vietnamese interpreter for the First Cavalry questions a young woman during a search of villages in the area near here Sept. 27th. They encountered little contact with enemy forces
  117. 28 Mar 1966, Ngong Giang, South Vietnam --- Ngong Giang villagers view Viet Cong bodies laid on the village road by South Vitnamese Infantrymen, March 28. The Viet COng were killed when their Battalion-size attack on South Vietnamese infantry five miles Northeast of Quang Ngai failed.
  118. 29 Jan 1966, Bong Son, South Vietnam --- 1/29/1966-Bong Son, South Vietnam - Two soldiers of the U. S. First Cavalry Division drag a Viet Cong from a bunker (background) January 29th during a sweep to the North of Bong Son. The incident occured during "Operation Masher."
  119. 27 Apr 1966, Thanh Quit, South Vietnam --- A Vietnamese soldier threatens a Viet Cong prisoner with a knife in an effort to force him to reveal the whereabouts of his unit. Twenty Viet Cong were killed and several captured when South Vietnamese troops and U.S. Marines raided Thanh Quit village.
  120. 20 Nov 1967, Quenson Valley, South Vietnam --- Giving Water. Quenson Valley, South Vietnam: A U.S. 1st Cavalry soldier shares his water ration with a Viet Cong suspect captured during Operation Walowa in this Viet Cong stronghold
  121. 20 Feb 1967, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam --- 2/20/1967-Quang Nam Province, Vietnam- A U.S. Marine interogates Vietcong prisoners during Operation Stone-2
  122. 20 Feb 1967, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam --- Marine Leading Two Vietcong Suspects
  123. 16 Jun 1967, Near Da Nang, South Vietnam --- 6/16/1967-Near Da Nang, South Vietnam- Vietnamese villagers outside their hut. A man and woman process food; a young boy stands beside a resting cow.
  124. 14 Oct 1967, Thai Thien, South Vietnam --- Enemy Arms Captured. Thai Thien, South Vietnam: Machine guns, recoilless rifles, mortars and many other weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition were captured recently when members of the 9th Infantry Division conducted a search and destroy mission near Thai Thien recently. Gen. William Westmoreland, commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam, made an inspection tour after the operation some 30 miles southeast of Saigon
  125. 14 Jan 1967, Ben Suc, South Vietnam --- Vietcong Suspects Behind Barbed Wire
  126. 12 Dec 1967, Saigon, South Vietnam --- United States soldier walks among dead from a clash with the Vietnamese Marine Battalion. This Battle occured in an area bordering on the My Tho River.
  127. 12 Dec 1967, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Young Viet Cong, captured during a battle some 65 miles southwest of here recently, sit behind a wounded comrade stretched out on a litter. These men were captured during a clash with elements of the U.S. Ninth infantry Division and the Fifth Vietnamese Marine Battalion in an area bordering on the My Tho River.
  128. 11 Jun 1967, Vietnam --- American and South Vietnamese troops discover a mass grave containing Vietcong bodies during a search operation for missing French journalist Michele Ray, who was kidnapped by Vietcong guerillas
  129. 10 Nov 1967, Vietnam --- Prison camp for Vietcong members
  130. 10 Nov 1967, Vietnam --- Prison camp for Vietcong members
  131. 10 Nov 1967, An Khe, Vietnam --- Vietnamese prisoners at a detention camp during the Vietnamese War.
  132. 10 Nov 1967, An Khe, Vietnam --- Vietnamese prisoners at a detention camp during the Vietnamese War.
  133. 09 Dec 1967, Saigon, South Vietnam --- Members of Alpha Company, Second Battalion, 27th Regiment, 25th Infantry Division, seemingly unmindful of a dead Viet Cong in the fore ground, take a lunch break in the Iron Triangle are nothwest of Saigon recently. The unit's trip into the area was the first expedition into that region since last February.
  134. 08 Dec 1967, Near Bu Dop, South Vietnam --- 12/8/1967-Nnear Bu Dop, South Vietnam- Anger andf fear are expressed in the eyes of this Viet Cong as he is seated with his American captors during Operation Quick Silver. Before being interrogated, army medics patche up the youth's leg wound
  135. 08 Dec 1967, Bu Dop, South Vietnam --- Members of the 1st Brigade, 1st infantry Division, carry wounded Viet Cong past Communist dead following fierce dawn fighting three miles southwest of Bu Dop December 8th. Forty-nine hard- core Viet Cong were killed in the action. American losses were described as light.
  136. 30 Jan 1967, Vietnam --- 1/30/1967-Vietnam- A long line of wounded US Marines heads for a helocopter standing by to evacuate them. An 11-day fight for this triangle of high ground less than 10 miles from North Vietnam, has taken a total of 118 Marines. They are sown walking or being carried off of a field.
  137. 29 Aug 1967, Loa Valley, South Vietnam --- 8/29/1967-An Loa Valley, South Vietnam- After an air assault and helicopter gas attack, members of the U.S. Army's 1st cavalry entered An Loa Valley on foot. Here, they round up young prisoners taken from bunkers.
  138. 27 May 1967, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- A Viet Cong prisoner--his head blindfolded with a towel--is interrogated by US Marines during Operation Union-2, 20 miles south of Da Nang
  139. 21 Jun 1967 --- 6/21/1967-Da Nang, Vietnam: A U.S. marine walks with a Vietnamese man
  140. ca. 1967 --- President Ho Chi Minh of North Vietnam
  141. 1967, Tokyo, Japan --- North Viatnam's Premier Pham Van Dong (shown in 1967 file photo) rejected May 24 what he called the of the United States in the Vietnam War. A brief summary of his 37-minute speech to the North Vietnamese national assembly in Hanoi was broadcast in Vietnamese by Hanoi Radio and monitored in Tokyo. Photo ran 5/24/68
  142. July 1967, North Vietnam --- Le Duc Tho, one of the leaders of the Viet Cong, and a leading in North Vietnam. Tho would later take part in cease-fire negotiations, which would earn him the Nobel Peace Prize, which he declined.
  143. July 1967, North Vietnam --- Le Duan - First Secretary of North Vietnam Labor Party
  144. 07 Oct 1967, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- Civil rights activist Stokely Carmichael (left), one of the most outspoken of the American "Black Power" movement leaders, talking to Troung Chinh, chairman of the Permanent Committee of the Vietnam Democratic Republic National Assembly, during Carmichael's Hanoi visit.
  145. July 1967, Probably North Vietnam --- North Vietnamese Defense Minister Vo Nguyen Giap
  146. 19 Dec 1967 --- The caption accompanying this picture from an official Soviet source reports that the man on the left is Everet Alvarez (soldier number 644124), who was the first pilot captured by the North Vietnamese. It also says that Alvarez was brought down in the Quang Nin Province on August 5, 1964
  147. 17 May 1967, Hanoi, North Vietnam --- This photo, acquired from an official communist news source, purportedly shows a captive U.S. pilot being led by his North Vietnamese guards into the International Club at Hanoi May 6th, where he and a number of other men identified as U.S. pilots allegedly met journalists at a press conference. This pilot was identified as Lt. Col. James Lindbergh Hughes, of Iowa, and was said to be stationed at Korat Airbase in Thailand.
  148. 14 Oct 1967, North Vietnam --- Captured American Pilot. North Vietnam: Capt. Charles Boyd, U.S. Air Force, is escorted by his captors to a "prisoners' gathering point." His aircraft was down on a mission in April 1966. This photo, made by two East German photographers, is part of a cover story in the October 20th issue of showing the American prisoners of war and their lives in Communist hands, and is one of the first views published in America on our captured servicemen
  149. 14 Oct 1967, North Vietnam --- Chow Time in POW Camp. North Vietnam: Lunch "fit for a Vietnamese officer" is served to Maj. David Hathcer (left), U.S. Air Force, and Lt. David Rehman, U.S. Navy, as they approach table in prisoner of war camp near Hanoi. This photo, made by two East German photographers, is part of a cover story in the October 20th issued of showing American prisoners of war and their lives in Communist hands, and is one of the first views published in America on our captured servicemen
  150. September 1967, Near Hanoi, North Vietnam --- Hanoi, North Vietnam: A young North Vietnamese woman keeps a gun trained on a U.S. Air Force pilot after his plane was shot down near Hanoi September 7th. The pilot was identified as Lt. Gerald Santo Venanzi
  151. 1967 - 11th Cavalry GI Bathing during Operation Junction City
  152. 19 Jan 1967, Iron Triangle, Vietnam --- Soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade, suffering from fatigue, hold a People's Labor Party flag captured from an underground Vietcong bunker.
  153. 18 Dec 1967, Dong Tam, South Vietnam --- Injured in a crossfire during an encounter between Viet Cong units and and elements of the U.S. Ninth Division, a wounded Vietnamese woman and her baby are assisted through the Delta mud to an evacuation point. scene took place some seven miles west of here December 14
  154. 14 Jan 1967, Ben Suc, South Vietnam --- Gen. William Westmoreland, right, speaking with Vietnamese women
  155. 10 Feb 1967, Da Nang, South Vietnam --- During the Tet cease-fire, soldiers in the 1st Division's camp in Da Nang enjoy a shower made from a plane's gasoline storage tank
  156. 25 May 1967, An Hoa, South Vietnam --- An Hoa, South Vietnam: Battle-battered leathernecks take refuge under the roof of a South Vietnamese Catholic Church. The United States Marines encountered a furious battle near here on 5/16 with North Vietnamese Regulars.
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