Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

1972 – Nam Can forest
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

Western memories of the Vietnam War are shaped by photographers working with the American and South Vietnamese forces. These images from the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong are less common. These pictures were taken by amateurs and photojournalists working with the Vietnam News Agency, the National Liberation Front and the North Vietnamese Army. They are sensational.

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September 1965 – training in Thanh Tri
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

1973 – Building the bombed Ham Rong Bridge
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

May 1975
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

Sept. 15, 1970 – Ca Mau Peninsula
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

March 1971 – Laotian guerrillas
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

Mekong Delta – 1974
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

1973 – A 24-year-old Viet Cong fighter in the Mekong Delta
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

AJ 310, piloted by Lt. Stephen Owen Musselman, which was downed near Hanoi on Sept. 10, 1972
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

1966- Ho Chi Minh Trail in the Truong Son Mountains
Propaganda Pictures Of The Vietnam War From The Enemy Side

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