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Catherine Leroy Photojournalist - Vietnam 1960s

Photographer Catherine Leroy - During the Vietnam War, she shot some of the most brutal photographs to come out of the country. Wounded by shrapnel, taken prisoner She left with post-traumatic stress died in 2006

Catherine Leroy. Many American soldiers along with male war correspondents were shocked to see Leroy in 1966 when she landed in Vietnam on a one-way ticket from Paris through Laos to Saigon, with her small Leica in hand. She was only 21 (or thereabouts) and her diminutive presence, at five feet tall and less than 90 pounds, didn’t match the profile of the average foreign war correspondent.

Cathrine Leroy Female Combat Photographer

French female photographer Catherine Leroy took some of the most famous Vietnam War pictures during the Khe Sanh Hill Fights, she passed away in 2006

MACV-SOG One-Zero team leader Kenneth Bowra, 1971 ~ Vietnam War Soldier carries an XM177-E1

MACV-SOG One-Zero team leader Kenneth Bowra, 1971 ~ Vietnam War Soldier carries an

M60 gunner posing in front of a burning village ~ Vietnam War

gunner posing in front of a burning village ~ Vietnam War . A may not be in the Cold War by t I now that very young men sacrifice is country for democracy . My name is Jesus Joel Diaz i have 11 years and these are my words

Army Nurse Lt Robbie - not because she was a nurse in Vietnam but because she represents all the frontline nurses that have served in all the wars.  Nurses are the unsung heroes of the wars.

Army Nurse Lt Robbie - not because she was a nurse in Vietnam (but that's a biggie as well) but because she represents all the frontline nurses that have served in all the wars. Nurses are the unsung heroes of the wars.

"USMC: • Mortarman; De-militarized Zone, 1967 • Armoured crewman; Hue City, 1968 • Artillery officer; Khe Sanh, 1968", Paul Hannon

"USMC: • Mortarman; De-militarized Zone, 1967 • Armoured crewman; Hue City, 1968 • Artillery officer; Khe Sanh, 1968", Paul Hannon

American infantrymen crowd into a mud-filled bomb crater and look up at tall jungle trees seeking out Viet Cong snipers firing at them during a battle in Phuoc Vinh, north-Northeast of Saigon in Vietnam's War Zone D on June 15, 1967

American infantrymen crowd into a mud-filled bomb crater and look up at tall jungle trees seeking out Viet Cong snipers firing at them during a battle in Phuoc Vinh, north-Northeast of Saigon in Vietnam's War Zone D on June (AP Photo/Henri Huet, File)

titovka-and-bergmutzen: “Marine Force Recon members with a captured portrait of Ho Chi Minh. ”

Ho Chi Minh hanging with U. Marines from Platoon Recon Co. Call Sign "Moose Peak" in Da Nang Vietnam 1968 - x

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