Viet Cong

The Viet Cong (VC) was the name given by Western sources to the National Liberation Front (NLF) during the Vietnam War (1955–1975). The National Liberation Front was a political organization with its own army – People’s Liberation Armed Forces of South Vietnam (PLAF) – in South Vietnam and Cambodia, that fought the United States and South Vietnamese governments, eventually emerging on the winning side. It had both guerrilla and regular army units, as well as a network of cadres who organized peasants in the territory it controlled. Many soldiers were recruited in South Vietnam, but others were attached to the People’s Army of Vietnam (PAVN), the regular North Vietnamese army.

Máy bay chiến đấu của Việt Cộng (Củ Chi hầm, Bến Đình, Việt Nam)

Fighters of the Viet Cong (Cu Chi tunnels, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Photos and Videos of the Viet Cong

Puntos del metal de la trampa de Vietcong (Chi túneles de Cu, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Metal spikes of a Viet Cong trap (Cu Chi tunnels, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Fotos und Videos von der Viet Cong

Viet Cong dummy re-using unexploded American munitions (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Viet Cong dummy re-using unexploded American munitions (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Photos et Vidéos du Viet Cong

Оригінальний розмір тунелів Вьетконга у В'єтнамі

Original size of the Củ Chi Tunnels in Vietnam

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The NLF called for southern Vietnamese to “overthrow the camouflaged colonial regime of the American imperialists” and to make “efforts toward the peaceful unification”. The People’s Liberation Armed Forces of South Vietnam (PLAF)’s best-known action was the Tet Offensive, a massive assault on more than 100 South Vietnamese urban centers in 1968, including an attack on the U.S. embassy in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City since 1976). The offensive riveted the attention of the world’s media for weeks, but also overextended the Viet Cong. Later communist offensives were conducted predominantly by the North Vietnamese. The organisation was dissolved in 1976 when North and South Vietnam were officially unified under a communist government.

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Poupées armés Viet Cong assis dans un camp de jungle (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Armed Viet Cong dolls sitting in a jungle camp (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Hình ảnh và video của Việt Cộng

Viet Cong sandalen gemaakt van oude autobanden (Cu Chi tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Viet Cong sandals made from old car tires (Cu Chi tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Fotos y Vídeos del Vietcong

экспонат Женский Вьетконга истребитель (Кучи тоннель, Бен Динь, Вьетнам)

Exhibit Woman Vietcong Fighter (Cu Chi tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Фото и видео Вьетконга

Viet Cong Traps; The Sticking Trap, Clipping Armpit Trap, Rolling Trap, Window Trap and Folding Chair Trap (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Assorted Viet Cong Traps; The Sticking Trap, Clipping Armpit Trap, Rolling Trap, Window Trap and Folding Chair Trap (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Gambar dan Video daripada Viet Cong

ベトコン調理エリア(クチトンネル、ベンディン、ベトナム)

Viet Cong cooking area (Cu Chi tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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照片和視頻

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