Another Vietnam.
Pictures of the War from the Other Side.

Edited and text by Tim Page.
National Geographic Books, Washington D.C., 2002. 240 pp., 160 black-and-white illustrations, 10x11".

Some thirty years after the end of the war, this important book asks the question, "What images formed the consciousness of the Vietnamese during the war?" To most Americans there is a set of gritty, black-and-white photographs that will forever symbolize the Vietnam war; surely, the Vietnamese have their own set of images, images that distill the conflict, that remind one of the horror of those years. Not only does Another Vietnam ask that question, it answers it in 240 pages of stunning photographs, such as the one at right in which an ethnic Cambodian soldier is carried to a makeshift operating room in a mangrove swamp. The book is organized according to various stages of the war and features biographies of numerous Vietnamese photographers.

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