This post shows the Vietnam War from the other side, with pictures (curated by Alex Q. Arbuckle for Mashable) by Vietnamese photographers of civilians, militia and North Vietnamese regulars. The photographs have been available since at least 2002 in various forms. They are drawn from a much larger cache of photographs on the website Another Vietnam. They remind us of the broader parameters of the Vietnam War: somewhere between one and three million civilian and military deaths, countless numbers injured and suffering from disease and deformity, and economic, environmental and social devastation.
15 August 2016