Care of the Vietnamese in a refugee camp and removal of debris in Saigon, Vietnam during the Tet Offensive.
Saigon Vietnam Date:1968 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Care of the Vietnamese in a refugee camp in Saigon, Vietnam during the Tet Offensive of the Vietnam War. Women and children, whose husbands and fathers are dead, sit in a street. They are homeless and helpless. The government helps the orphans. A civic action team begins a disease prevention camp especially for the refugees. Team members treat people suffering from diseases in the camp. The civic action organization distribute food from trucks on the streets. The team members distribute simple and nourishing food to the refugees. The children eat the food in the camp. Army engineers remove garbage and debris from the streets. The garbage is loaded onto trucks using a front end loader. Traffic on the roads. Views of city after the violence.
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