Củ Chi Tunnels (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

The Củ Chi tunnel network became legendary during the 1960s for its role in facilitating Viet Cong control of a large rural area only 30km to 40km from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City since 1976). At its peak the tunnel system stretched from the South Vietnamese capital to the Cambodian border; in the district of Cu Chi alone more than 250km of tunnels honeycomb the ground. The network, parts of which were several storeys deep, included countless trapdoors, constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapon factories, field hospitals, command centres and kitchens.

American M41 tank destroyed during the Vietnam War (Ben Dinh, Cu Chi Tunnels)

American M41 Tank destroyed during the Vietnam War (Ben Dinh, Cu Chi Tunnels)

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Photos and Videos of Cu Chi Tunnels in Vietnam

Kế hoạch của các điểm tham quan của Củ Chi đào hang ở Bến Đình, Việt Nam

The Plan of the Visiting Points of Củ Chi Tunnels in Ben Dinh, Vietnam

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Fotos und Videos von den Cu Chi Tunnel in Vietnam

Passerella per il tunnel di Cu Chi (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Walkway to the Cu Chi Tunnel (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Photos et Vidéos des Tunnels de Cu Chi au Vietnam

旅游于一体的古芝地道(本网亭,越南)

Tourist in the Cu Chi Tunnel (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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The tunnels facilitated communication and coordination between the Viet Cong controlled enclaves, isolated from each other by South Vietnamese and American land and air operations. They also allowed the Viet Cong to mount surprise attacks wherever the tunnels went – even within the perimeters of the US military base at Dong Du – and to disappear suddenly into hidden trapdoors without a trace. After ground operations against the tunnels claimed large numbers of US casualties and proved ineffective, the Americans resorted to massive firepower, eventually turning Cu Chi’s 420 sq km into what BBC journalists Tom Mangold and John Penycate, authors of The Tunnels of Cu Chi, have called ‘the most bombed, shelled, gassed, defoliated and generally devastated area in the history of warfare’.

照片和古芝地道越南视频

Uniformed Führung Gebraucht Bambuspfosten, zum der Auslösung der Vietcong Fallen zu demonstrieren (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Uniformed Guidance use Bamboo Post to demonstrate the Deployment of the Viet Cong Traps (Củ Chi Tunnel, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Hình ảnh và Video của các đạo Củ Chi ở Việt Nam

नियम घन ची सुरंग का दौरा करने के (बेन दीन्ह, वियतनाम)

The Rules to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels in Ben Dinh, Vietnam

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Fotos y Videos de los Túneles de Cu Chi en Vietnam

越共冒充古芝地道(本網亭,越南)彈藥

Viet Cong dolls making ammunition in Ben Dinh (Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam)

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Фотографии и видео туннели Ку Чи во Вьетнаме

Lubang-Lubang udara di dalam terowong Cu Chi (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

Air Holes in the Cu Chi Tunnels (Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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Gambar dan video daripada Terowong Cu Chi di Vietnam

тир с АК47 или М16 (Кучи тоннель, Бен Динь, Вьетнам)

Shooting with an AK 47 or M16 (Cu Chi Tunnels, Ben Dinh, Vietnam)

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照片和古芝地道越南視頻

Địa đạo Củ Chi tại Bến Din, Việt Nam

Cu Chi Tunnels in Ben Dinh, Vietnam

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तस्वीरें और वियतनाम में घन ची सुरंगों के वीडियो

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