Vietnam War - Quảng Trị 1972 | A line of South Vietnamese troops move along a devastated street in Quang Tri City as the battle continues for the provincial capital on July 28, 1972. Government forces were the midst of a campaign to retake the northern South Vietnamese city which was captured by enemy forces two months earlier. (AP Photo)
04 Apr 1968, Near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam --- 4/4/1968-Near Khe Sanh, South Vietnam- First cavalry men, many with head wounds, wait to be evacuated from a hilltop along route #9, during their advance toward Khe Sanh. They are shown close-up, smoking.
U.S. Antiwar Protesters, NYC, 1967. "In mid-1960s’ America, a majority supported President Johnson and his policies in Vietnam. Opposition to the war had been growing . . . slowly . . . and by 1967, reached a tipping point following large antiwar protest marches in New York City, San Francisco, Washington DC and elsewhere. All of the photographs in this essay were taken at a protest march that took place in New York City on April 15, 1967" ( from Howard Lipan ) | Flickr: Damn Yankee