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Shows how the American people saw the war.
How the US government portrayed the war.
Vietnam War Protests. Andy Blunden, 20, a civil engineering student, burns his national service registration card at an anti-conscription rally outside the residence of Prime Minister Harold Holts, 21
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Two men holding up signs protesting against the Vietnamese war.
this shows that the youth of the Vietnamese were forced to fight in the war for the causes they probably couldn't understand. they were taught to shoot and some of then smoked cigarettes. they are suited up like soldiers so they are either soldiers in training or actual soldiers. Either way they were started early. the author was biased towards the youth because they probably did not want to spend their time learning how to fight as a kid.
This is a book written during the Vietnam War and it depicts a great tragedy that happened during the war. It shows a person who looks to be starving and has a problem with their arm. this is coming from someone who is biased towards showing sympathy for the Vietnamese people in and effected by the war.
the official story of what happened in the war. the biased is written from the prospective of americans.
The picture shows that the American soldiers were taking the Vietnamese person into slavery. the photographer is biased towards the Vietnamese person who is being taken into captivity away from his family.