Women Wounded in Hue During the Communist Tet Offensive in the Imperial City
ARVN forces and civilians aid a women wounded in Hue during the Communist TET Offensive in the imperial city. Hundreds of thousands of civilians were killed, wounded, crippled, or left homeless in the communist so-called "liberation" movement. Photo by Douglas Pike
Vietnamese Soldiers Trudge Past a Grieving Mother Praying for Daughter and Daughter-in-Law in Their Coffins
Vietnamese soldiers trudge past a grieving mother praying for daughter and daughter-in-law in their coffins. Both were killed during heavy fighting between ARVN troops and Viet Cong as the Viet Cong attacked An Nhon hamlet in Go Vap District, Gia Dinh Province. At the same time others were striking at the capital city and other areas of the Republic as the populace celebrated the TET (new year - The Year of the Monkey) season on the early morning hours of January 31, 1968. Photo by Dougls Pike.
Celebrating the Creativity and Wisdom of Women: 9th Biennial Utah Women Artists' Exhibition 1997
"Celebrating the Creativity and Wisdom of Women" displays works by Utah women artists. Most of the artwork is narrative with social content, focusing on a variety of issues with unique perspectives. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space.
Vietnamese women at the Pleiku dump. Photo by Mike Gustin who came to Chu Lai to be with D-Troop after spending one year in the Central Highlands of Pleiku. Mike was a Door Gunner and Crew Chief with the "Scouts". D Troop, 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. http://www.dtroop.com/
A Vietnamese woman working at the garbage dump. Photo by Russell Elderbaum, a "Scout" with D-Troop during 1969 & 1970. 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment. 1969-1970. Courtesy of Mike Gustin. http://www.dtroop.com/