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Sunday, April 2, 2017

[Vietnamization: Pre-Khmer Rouge, Svay Rieng, Prey Veng] The early years covering Vietnam by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Nick Ut

The early years covering Vietnam by Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Nick Ut
 Los Angeles Times | 29 March 2017

A South Vietnamese soldier keeps his finger on the trigger as he watches a Cambodian woman and baby emerge from bunker following airstrikes in the vicinity of a village near Cau Sap in Cambodia’s Parrot’s Beak area on May 7, 1970.  (Nick Ut / Associated Press)

 
Smoke from airstrikes on enemy positions serves as a backdrop for South Vietnamese soldiers near Cau Sap in Cambodia’s Parrot’s Beak area on May 7, 1970.(Nick Ut / Associated Press)
The commander of a North Vietnamese army battalion smokes a cigarette given to him by South Vietnamese troops after being captured in a firefight north of Prasaut in eastern Cambodia’s Parrot’s Beak region on May 13, 1970.
(Nick Ut / Associated Press)

South Vietnamese Marines rush to a U.S. Army helicopter near the Cambodian town of Prey-Veng in June, 1970.
(Nick Ut / Associated Press)

A South Vietnamese soldier takes a group of blindfolded Khmer Rouge prisoners to an interrogation center on March 17, 1972, in Kompong Trach, Cambodia.
(Nick Ut / Associated Press)


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