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US soldier with a South Vietnamese child, Vietnam (Philip Jones Griffiths, 1967)

US soldier with a South Vietnamese child, Vietnam - Philip Jones Griffiths, 1967

Philip Jones Griffiths: A Welsh Focus on War and Peace | MONOVISIONS

A new exhibition celebrating the life and work of Philip Jones Griffiths, is to be staged at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.

April 1975, a Communist group known as the Khmer Rouge, led by Pol Pot, seized control of Cambodia

1975 to 1979 - The Killing Fields - April a Communist group known as the Khmer Rouge, led by Pol Pot, seized control of Cambodia

Philip Jones Griffiths. “Recollections - Boy Destroying Piano - This young boy epitomizes our Welsh ambivalent love for both rugby and music. This place, Pant-y-Waen, was once, in the 1930s, voted the most Beautiful Village in South Wales, but it has long since been obliterated by opencast mining. When I asked what he was doing, he replied, “My mother gave it to me to mend”“. 1961. Wales.

When life gives you lemons. (boy destroying piano, wales, 1961 photo by philip jones griffiths/magnum photos)

https://flic.kr/p/6F2TR3 | U1584061A | 19 Feb 1968, Hue, South Vietnam --- U.S. Marine medics treat the head wound of a North Vietnamese soldier who was found below an outer citadel wall. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

19 Feb Hue, South Vietnam --- U. Marine medics treat the head wound of a North Vietnamese soldier who was found below an outer citadel wall. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

Dong Tam, South Vietnam 1967: A wounded 9th  division soldier, whose body was booby trapped by the Communists is  helped to safety after the traps were removed. He was injured during  fighting in the Mekong Delta area.

War: Dong Tam, South Vietnam A wounded division soldier, whose body was booby trapped by the Communists is helped to safety after the traps were removed. He was injured during fighting in the Mekong Delta area.

A Shau Valley, South Vietnam --- Medics tend to a wounded American airborne trooper after he was felled by an enemy hand grenade while storming "Hamburger Hill" may 18.  GIs nicknamed the mountain in the northern a Shau Valley "Hamburger Hill" because of the bloodshed over it. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

dog ate my tank - soldiers of the Airborne Division during the Battle of Hamburger Hill, Dong Ap Bia, Vietnam

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