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CBS News report that turned the Vietnam War - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/cbs-news-report-that-turned-the-vietnam-war.html
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CBS News report that turned the Vietnam War - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/cbs-news-report-that-turned-the-vietnam-war.html

CBS News report that turned the Vietnam War - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/cbs-news-report-that-turned-the-vietnam-war.html

CBS News report that turned the Vietnam War

A CBS News report that aired in 1965 is said to be one of the turning points of the Vietnam War.

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A Lone Soldier, Vietnam by David Hume Kennerly. 1972 Pulitzer Prize.
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A Lone Soldier, Vietnam by David Hume Kennerly. A lone soldier traversing a blown-away hillside in Vietnam near the A Shau Valley. This photo was cited by the Pulitzer committe as.

This 1971 photo from David Hume Kennerly& shows an American GI, his weapon drawn, cautiously moving over a devastated hill near Firebase Gladiator during the Vietnam War.

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A Lone Soldier, Vietnam by David Hume Kennerly. 1972 Pulitzer Prize.

A Lone Soldier, Vietnam by David Hume Kennerly. 1972 Pulitzer Prize.
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Vietnam War solider Photographer David Douglas Duncan
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A Marine sees an opportunity to "escape" by reading for a few brief moments. Khe Sanh, February Photo by David Douglas Duncan.

Candid portrait of a young Marine reading.

Vietnam War solider Photographer David Douglas Duncan

Vietnam War solider Photographer David Douglas Duncan
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Bill Mauldin legendary cartoonist creator of the Willie and Joe characters beloved by the rank-and-file in World War II. This photo of Mauldin (right) and a soldier was taken in Anzio Italy ca. 1944.
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Bill Mauldin legendary cartoonist creator of the Willie and Joe characters beloved by the rank-and-file in World War II. This photo of Mauldin (right) and a soldier was taken in Anzio Italy ca. 1944.

Bill Mauldin legendary cartoonist creator of the Willie and Joe characters beloved by the rank-and-file in World War II. This photo of Mauldin (right) and a soldier was taken in Anzio Italy ca. 1944.
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Vietnam War Bien Hoa Air Base and Operation Baker Newsreel PublicDomain...
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Adieu, camarade. «La caméra est au cinéaste ce que le fusil est au soldat : une arme », avait coutume de dire Pierre Schoendoerffer. Cette arme pacifique, il sut la manier comme personne pour montrer, raconter et sublimer les blessures de l'armée française pendant et après les guerres d'Indochine et d'Algérie : La 317e Section, Le Crabe-Tambour, L'Honneur d'un capitaine, Diên Biên Phu
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Adieu, camarade. «La caméra est au cinéaste ce que le fusil est au soldat : une arme », avait coutume de dire Pierre Schoendoerffer. Cette arme pacifique, il sut la manier comme personne pour montrer, raconter et sublimer les blessures de l'armée française pendant et après les guerres d'Indochine et d'Algérie : La 317e Section, Le Crabe-Tambour, L'Honneur d'un capitaine, Diên Biên Phu

Adieu, camarade. «La caméra est au cinéaste ce que le fusil est au soldat : une arme », avait coutume de dire Pierre Schoendoerffer. Cette arme pacifique, il sut la manier comme personne pour montrer, raconter et sublimer les blessures de l'armée française pendant et après les guerres d'Indochine et d'Algérie : La 317e Section, Le Crabe-Tambour, L'Honneur d'un capitaine, Diên Biên Phu
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A Look Into the Vietnam Tunnels - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/tunnels.html
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Portrait of the First World War correspondent and official cinematographer, Geoffrey Malins seated at a desk. This image was probably taken during his early career as a portrait photographer before 1910. © IWM

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Vietnam Photojournalists - Mike Coleridge (11 July 1933 - 10 January 2012) enlisted in the Royal Australian Artillery Corps before transferring to the Royal Australian Army Education Corps, as a Public Relations Photographer. Sergeant Coleridge served in Vietnam as an Army Public Relations Photographer from 19 November 1966 to 21 November 1967. The Memorial holds 635 of his Vietnam mages in the photograph collection and 54 items in the film collection.

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