VIETNAM PROTESTS

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Protesting the War we were lied into. The one everyone thought was the real deal for the first few years. Our Country Lied to the American people

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Counterculture: Anti-war protestors made up a large part of the counter-culture movement. Hippies and so called "doves" held many protests against the Vietnam War. Mundo Hippie, Powerful Pictures, Meaningful Pictures, Lourdes, Iconic Photos, Famous Photos, Rare Photos, Janis Joplin, Vietnam War

30 Of The Most Powerful Images Ever

We should warn our readers that some of these pictures may upset them, while others may fill them with joy. But that's precisely because these images reflect some of the best and worst parts of the human experience and world events – our suffering and our triumphs, our perseverance and our failures, our compassion and our hatred, our intelligence and our stupidity.

 Marine Sea Knight helicopter comes down in flames after being hit by enemy ground fire during Operation Hastings just south of the demilitarized zone between North and South Vietnam on July 15 x Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, Marine Corps, Ulsan, Chevy, North Vietnam, Naval, Us Marines, American War

Tough Vietnam War Photos That Will Stick In Your Mind (48 Pics)

More than 3 million people, including 58,000 Americans, were killed in the conflict.

On November 1969 over a million people gathered to protest the Vietnam war. Over a million people may have died because the U. covered up the real reason for the Vietnam War. Read more about the history here London History, Us History, American History, Vietnam Protests, Vietnam Veterans, South Vietnam, Hanoi Vietnam, Vietnam War Photos, History Magazine

On November 15th, 1969, over a million people gathered to protest the Vietnam war. Over a million people may have died because the U.S. covered up the real reason for the Vietnam War. Read more about the history here #Vietnamwar #UShistory #Protestsigns

A Marine sniper team with Battalion, Marines opens fire on the enemy while participating in Operation Dewey Canyon. The multi-battalion offensive thrust in the jungles just northwest of. Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, Us Marines, Military Photos, Military History, Military Humor, North Vietnam, History Online, American War

1st Battalion, 9th Marines Sniper Team, 1969

"On Target: A Marine sniper team with 1st Battalion, 9th Marines [1/9] opens fire on the enemy while participating in Operation Dewey Canyon. The multi-battalion offensive thrust in the jungles just northwest of the A Shau Valley netted the Marines 436 enemy killed during the first 30 days of the operation (official USMC photo by Lance Corporal D. L. Randolph)." From the Jonathan F. Abel Collection (COLL/3611), Marine Corps Archives & Special Collections, Quantico, Virginia OFFICIAL USMC…

VC fighters in Da Nang with and ~ Vietnam War Vietnam Protests, Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam History, Vietnam War Photos, American War, American History, North Vietnamese Army, South Vietnam, Da Nang

What’s so interesting about this photograph of a Viet Cong woman fighter?

Photo © Le Minh Truong Firstly, she’s wielding an M-16, the standard issue American solider’s rifle. Secondly, it’s another great propaganda photo from the North Vietnamese –…

John Lennon and Yoko Ono bought a large billboard in Times Square in 1969 declaring that 'War is over if you want it' Colourised : HistoryPorn Beatles, John Lennon And Yoko, Rare Historical Photos, Vietnam War Photos, History Magazine, Yoko Ono, South Vietnam, Hanoi Vietnam, War Image

Old-Timey Photos With An Interesting Story Behind Them - Page 9

Old photos are fun to look at, as they give us a glimpse at a time period we’ve only heard about from our parents and grandparents. The photos in this slideshow will do just that, but they also have backstories that will leave you wanting more.

Ben Het, was a U. Special Forces camp located 288 miles northeast of Saigon and six miles from the junction of the Cambodian, Laotian, and South Vietnam Us Special Forces, Vietnam War Photos, North Vietnam, War Photography, Vietnam Veterans, Vietnam Protests, Veterans Memorial, American War, Military History

A US Special Forces soldier pulls a dead North Vietnamese soldier from a hole outside the Special Forces outpost, on June 21, 1969, during the Ben Het battle, in Dak Seang area.