First indochina war

Photographer Robert Capa - did a report on him once

Photographer Robert Capa

Robert Capa on D-Day, Hungarian War Photographer and Photojournalist. Co-founder of Magnum Photos in (Born Friedmann Endre - October 1913 – May 1954 (aged in Thai Binh, State of Vietnam.

French soldiers with captured Viet Minh, in first Indochina war. ~ Vietnam War

Captured Viet Minh in first Indochina war, pin by Paolo Marzioli

The battle of Dien Bien Phu, 1954.  The First Indochina War between French colonial forces and the communist Viet Minh culminated with the ferocious 55-day siege of the last French stronghold in the north of the country, which began on 13 March 1954. The victory of the Vietnamese under General Giap led to the collapse of the French government and the eventual decline of their colonial empire. Vietnamese photographers restaged these scenes shortly after the real fighting occurred.

The ferocious siege of the last French stronghold in northern Indochina began on 13 March Vietnamese photographers restaged these scenes shortly after the real fighting occurred, with French casualties still lying on the battlefield

Guerrilleros vietnamitas apostados en un arrozal. First Indochina war, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Guerrilleros vietnamitas apostados en un arrozal. First Indochina war, pin by…

The Dien Bien spirit is invincible. The Youth are ready to protect the Nation || A reminder of The Battle of Dien Bien Phu, the climactic confrontation of the First Indochina War.

The Battle of Dien Bien Phu was the climactic confrontation of the First Indochina War between the French Union’s French Far East Expeditionary Corps and Viet Minh communist-nationalist revolutionaries.

Progressing in muddy waters, with snakes, spiders, leeches and various kinds of amoebas. First Indochina war, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Progressing in muddy waters, with snakes, spiders, leeches and various kinds of amoebas. First Indochina war, pin by Paolo Marzioli

French troops, Dien Bien Phu - Vietnam War

French troops, Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam, the First Indochina War.

Seeds of Conflict 1946-1954 - First Indochina War was a struggle between Viet Minh and French for control of the country. The Viet Minh, led by Ho Chi Minh, seized the opportunity to declare Vietnamese independence on September 2nd 1945. The Chinese and British, driven by anti-communist agendas, allowed the restoration of French colonial rule, rather than leaving Vietnam in the hands of “red bandits”.

Seeds of Conflict - First Indochina War was a struggle between Viet…

M4 Sherman in service with the French Army during the First Indochina War

tank destroyer in use with the French Army during the First Indochina War

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Cambodian partisans under command of a French officer training on a Bren machine gun during the First Indochina War, circa 1948.

Cambodian partisans under command of a French officer training on a Bren machine gun during the First Indochina War, circa 1948.

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The French Aviation navale drops napalm over Viet Minh guerrilla positions during an ambush (December

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