Mini chronicle of the Vietnam War

American Charlie Haughey (Charlie Haughey) was drafted into the Army of the United States of America in 1967. Due to the civil profession, the young man be charged battalion photographer. During his stay in Vietnam, he made more than two thousand pictures.






In total, the author stayed in Asia a little more than thirteen months. Back in his native Portland, Oregon, Charlie Haughey (Charlie Haughey) hid all the negatives in the box and tried to forget about what he had seen during the war. Two years ago negatives became the property of one of the volunteer organizations. The images were scanned, and the material was "pressed down" to a few tens of photos that through Crowdfunding is planned to turn into a book.





































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