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  • Brian Lee

    Larry Burrows, known for his color photos from Vietnam, took this photo of wounded U.S. Marines in 1966. Bob Greene, CNN: LIFE (magazine) in black, white, and color.

  • Debbie Bradberry

    Image Detail for - Anglonautes > History > 20th century > USA > Vietnam war (1962-1975)

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    Wounded Marine Gunnery Sgt. Jeremiah Purdie (center, with bandaged head) reaches toward a stricken comrade after a fierce firefight south of the DMZ, Vietnam, October 1966. | Photo by Larry Burrows, who died documenting the Vietnam War

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  • Crystal Rodriguezc

    Just think what the world would be like today if we had only followed that simply phrase!

  • Jim Sharp

    Would be a better world. Unfortunately there is reality.

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