North Vietnamese guards flank U.S. prisoners who are marched through a waiting crowd in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Hanoi Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:1 min 57 sec Sound:NO SOUND
U.S. prisoners of war are marched in Hanoi, Vietnam during the Vietnam War. U.S. prisoners are marched by North Vietnamese soldiers along a street. The prisoners march along the street lined up by screaming spectators. The prisoners are handcuffed in pairs and they wear numbered shirts. One pair of handcuffed Americans wear the numbers 399 (Edward Alan Brudno) and 381 (WIlliam Micahel Tschudy) on their backs. A crowd of North Vietnamese surround soldiers carrying an unconscious injured American captive. The soldiers try to hold back the crowd. One soldier waves a pistol in one hand as he helps carry the American captive with the other. Photographers take pictures as the soldiers place the captive American in a covered truck and drive away through the crowd.
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