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Vietnam, 30 Years Beyond the War

Vietnam, 30 Years Beyond the War This site offers three photo slideshows relating to the Vietnam War and its aftermath. The work of an American photojournalist who has visited Vietnam numerous times since 1989, the slideshows (one is captioned; one is vocalized) provide three different postwar
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Vietnam, 30 Years Beyond the War


This site offers three photo slideshows relating to the Vietnam War and its aftermath. The work of an American photojournalist who has visited Vietnam numerous times since 1989, the slideshows (one is captioned; one is vocalized) provide three different postwar perspectives on the country. One tells of the efforts to rebuild the country's economy; another tells of the undetected land mines that continue to kill and harm; the third is a retrospective journey through the country.

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