Wyman Travel Photo's
North Vietnam Pre 1975
These realistic pictures were taken by Thomas Billhardt, a famous German war correspondent in North Vietnam during the war against Americans.
A temporary bridge is being built next to a bridge destroyed by a U.S. bomb.
A volunteer lights a cigarette for another in a cemetery. They both lost a leg.
At the morgue, an old lady is in pain before the body of her grandchild who was killed by a U.S. bomb.
After the bombing.
People looking for property left in the rubble of their homes.
The victims of U.S. bombs in an underground field hospital.
Some people lose a part of their bodies.
The face of an injured woman.
Medical staff take care of patients under the light of oil lamps.
An incomplete body taken out of a dilapidated house.
A large rally held at August Revolution Square, Hanoi.
Female soldiers at the rally.
Doing military exercises on the street.
People travel by boat in the Yen Spring, Huong Pagoda.
A hurried boat trip.
These mines were dug up on the dirt road.
People rest during their evacuation.
On a truck carrying wounded soldiers.
Guarding a spy.
An American pilot arrested by militia.
A female militia escort an American pilot.
American POWs wipe tears while reading a letter in prison.
Two children tend buffaloes.
The boy turned his buffalo into a blackboard to learn math.
A wounded solder alongside his teammate.
Two kids carried by their mother by bike.
A little girl sitting on the dugout mouth.
Sister and brother.
Sulking when being teased.
A female militia with her child.
A kid riding a buffalo to escape the rain.
A painter works at a construction site.
An ethnic minority kid.
Soldiers at air defense missile launchers.
A kid sitting in a bomb shelter.
A street devastated by US bombing.
Boy on buffalo.
In dad's arms.