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Philip Jones Griffiths - VIETNAM. 1987
VIETNAM. Near the old American base south of Quang Tri, a young girl stands over her patch of saplings. Marked off by old artillery shells, she is responsible f
VIETNAM. School children tending to a bed of saplings before transplanting. The country's reforestation program has afforded the opportunity to reaffirm the tra
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. Deformed babies at the Tu Du Hospital. 1987
VIETNAM. The mountains of scrap metal are cut up and sorted according to their value.
VIETNAM. Young scrap-collector in front of pile of shell casings at the Camp Evans site near Hue.
VIETNAM. Children outsid etheir home near Vinh. Two unexploded bombs have been fashioned as gateposts.
VIETNAM. War scrap metal left lying around on an old battlefield near Quang Tri being collected by a peasant woman.
VIETNAM. On the road between Dong Ha and Hue old artillery shells and their casings are piled up for shipment to the Vicasa Metal Works near Ho Chi Minh City. T
VIETNAM. The Dong Loc Valley near Vinh is considered to be the start of the trail. It was one of the most heavily bombed area of North Viet Nam during the war.
VIETNAM. War scrap being collected at the site of the old Camp Carroll Marine Base just south of the former Demilitarized Zone.
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. NGUYEN Viet-Duc, born at Gia Lai, Kontum, on February 25, 1981. They were conjoined at the pelvis, with one anus, one penis, one urin...
VIETNAM. A Luoi Valley. Checking the tips of the branches for destructive insects among new plantation in a heavily defoliated area. The treeless denuded hills
VIETNAM. A Luoi Valley. Dead trees remain in a defoliated hillside. The terrain is covered with scrub preventing new trees from growing. 1987
VIETNAM. Mai Chiem Tiem, 46 years old, from Dong Ha town, lost his hand and had his optic nerves severed w
VIETNAM. Children with an unexploded bomb in the courtyard of their house in a village near Vinh.
VIETNAM. Bien Hoa. Much of the scrap war material collected by countless scavengers all over the country ends up at the Vicasa Metal Works at Bien Hoa, where it
VIENAM. Hue. Repairing the damage done to the Imperial Palace. This 86-year-old artisan was working on restoring the head of a rooftop dragon.
VIETNAM. Boys tending a patch of groundnuts planted close to the remains of a bombed-out building near Vinh. American planes bombed every building in the area,
VIETNAM. Villagers help to prepare a denuded hillside for replanting with saplings. 1987
VIETNAM. Ho Chi Minh City. Visitors at the War Remnants Museum, where much of the ordnance used in the war is on display.
VIETNAM. Two children stand beside the grave of a relative in a cemtery near the town of Vinh Phu, west of Ha Noi. The graveyard was surrounded with new trees t