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Kim Phuc after receiving a napalm shower during the Vietnam war

1972 World Press Photo of the Year Photographer: Nick Ut Phan Thi Kim Phuc (center) flees with other children after South Vietnamese planes mistakenly dropped napalm on South Vietnamese troops and civilians. Date: Country: Vietnam Place: Trang Bang

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An airman being captured by Vietnamese in Truc Bach Lake, Hanoi in 1967. The airman is John McCain.

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US Navy Pilot John McCain being pulled from Truc Bach Lake in Vietnam after his Skyhawk was shot down on October 26 1967 during a bombing mission in Hanoi.

"In 1968 Catherine Leroy, one of the first female combat photographers of the Vietnam War era, surprised her North Vietnamese captors by photographing and interviewing them when they returned her cameras as they released her from detention. The photograph ended up on the cover of Life magazine."

Cathrine Leroy Female Combat Photographer

Photographer Catherine Leroy - During the Vietnam War, she shot some of the most brutal photographs to come out of the country. Wounded by shrapnel, taken prisoner She left with post-traumatic stress died in 2006

“La Jeune Fille a la Fleur”, una fotografía por Marc Riboud, muestra a la joven pacifista Jane Rose Kasmir plantando una flor en las bayonetas de los guardias en el Pentágono, durante una protesta contra la guerra de Vietnam el 21 de octubre de 1967. La fotografía se convertiría en el símbolo del movimiento “flower power” (ideología en contra de la violencia).

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“La Jeune Fille a la Fleur,” a photograph by Marc Riboud, shows the young pacifist Jane Rose Kasmir planting a flower on the bayonets of guards at the Pentagon during a protest against the Vietnam War. The symbol of the Flower Power movement.

U.S.A: Manifestación por la Guerra de Vietnam- 60's- Política

Young protesters began wearing blue jeans to show a connection with the working class. It was seen as a sign of “youth and rebellion” and became a regular part of dress for anti-war protesters. People were quick to customize them.

Amateur photographer Art Greenspon shot this photo in April 1968, in the A Shau Valley of Vietnam. The soldier with raised arms is guiding a medical helicopter for landing:

by Art Greenspon As fellow troopers aid wounded buddies, a paratrooper of A Company, Airborne, guides a medical evacuation helicopter through the jungle foliage to pick up casualties during a.

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Marine listens for the heartbeat of a dying buddy who suffered head wounds when the company’s lead platoon was hit with enemy machine gun fire as they pushed through a rice paddy just short of the demilitarized zone in South Vietnam.

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A soldier of the US Seventh Marines carrying a little puppy in his pocket after rescuing it during an operation southwest of Da Nang in Vietnam, January 1968 (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

A Marine at Con Thien wears his faith, alongside earthly goods, on his helmet. September/October “To every Marine on that hilltop the Lord always seemed nearby.” War Without Heroes, Photo by David Douglas Duncan