American news broadcaster and CBS anchor Walter Cronkite reports from the site of extensive bombing as he covers the aftermath of the Tet offensive for the TV special 'Report from Vietnam by Walter Cronkite' during the Vietnam War,...More
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File picture shows Vietcong soldiers climbing onto a US tank abandoned on a road in Hue in 1968 during the Tet general offensive. This week sees the 30th anniversary of the offensive, a surprise attack on nearly 100 targets in South...More
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Several bloody and bandaged soldiers ride on top of a tank used as a make-shift ambulance after the Battle of Hue in the Vietnam War, Hue, Vietnam, February 15, 1968.
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U.S. MARINES LIE IN WAIT ON ROADSIDE WITH AN M-60 MACHINGE GUN BEHIND A BULLET-POCKED TREE. FEBRUARY 3, 1968. COLOR SLIDE.
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View of an American soldier running along a street on the outskirts of the Vietnamese City of Hue, during the Battle of Hue, part of the Tet Offensive in February 1968.
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View of the body of a dead Viet Cong soldier, several weapons nearby, on the grounds of the American Embassy during the Tet Offensive, Saigon, Vietnam, January 31, 1968.
The bodies of US soldiers lay on the back of an armored personnel carrier which moved through the fighting near Tan Son Nhut Airbase to pick up the dead. | Location: Near Tan Son Nhut Airbase, Saigon, South Vietnam.
A youthful Viet Cong soldier, heavily guarded, awaits interrogation following capture in the attacks on the capital city during the Tet Offensive of 1968.
Refugees flee across this bridge over the Perfume River to escape Tet fighting in Hue. The bridge was soon dropped into the river by the Communists. Vietnam, 1968.
An American tank of the 9th Division among the ruins of a Saigon street after the Mini-Tet offensive in 1968.