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An American soldier awaiting transportation

away from the front line

in Hue, Vietnam, in February 1968.


CreditDon McCullin/courtesy of Glitterati Editions


Beyond the Myth of the War Photographer

In “Shooting War,”

the psychiatrist Anthony Feinstein

explores the complexity

of photographers’ day-to-day work

covering conflict and human depravity.


Dec. 18, 2018









Vietnam war > Timeline



Vietnam's President Thieu resigns > Fall of Saigon - April 1975



My Lai massacre - March 16, 1968



Tet offensive - Jan. 31, 1968 - Feb. 25, 1968



Buddhist protests



Agent Orange



Secretary of State Henry Alfred Kissinger



Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara    1916-2009



General William C. Westmoreland    1914-2005



Vietnam war opponents



Vietnam war opponents > The Berrigans



Vietnam war > photographs > online ressources







Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. / Muhammad Ali    1942-2016






war photography











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