There are many well-known images of march on the Pentagon in October 1967, when 35,000 anti-war protestors convened on the symbol of America’s military. But none stand out quite like the one of 17-year-old Jan Rose Kasmir as she offers flowers in place of soldiers sheathed bayonets. The gesture, needless to say, was ignored and protestors were beaten, thrown off the Pentagon stairs, tear gassed, and arrested.
Vietnam is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Southeast Asia and it’s easy to see why. The country offers stunning landscapes, delicious food, a fascinating history, and friendly people. Here are the 7 Places Not to Miss in Vietnam by Michael Turtle on #PacSafeTravel
WWI; ANZACs. Two men of the 8th Australian Infantry Battalion undergoing scouting training near Mena Camp in Egypt. Left is 741 Sgt William Brett Cook from Leongatha, Victoria, a 32 year old musician prior to enlisting on 20 August 1914. On the right is Lt. Alan Crawford Couve from Dandenong, Victoria, a 20 year old chemist's apprentice prior to being appointed a 2nd Lt on 24 Aug 1914.