Father Hien thanks men of the U.S. army for delivering rice and bowls of rice on a table in an orphanage yard in Vietnam.
Vietnam Date:1968, September 9 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Captured rice is used to feed Vietnamese orphans in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The statue of Virgin Mary in an orphanage yard. Father John Hien, a Vietnamese catholic priest and the director of Father John's Orphanage, stands next to the statue and thanks men of U.S. 25th division for delivering rice. A long banner being placed by the Vietnamese. Bowls of rice on a table in the orphanage yard. Several big and small bowls of rice on the table.
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