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[Photos] Da Nang 1966 By Charlie Hanson

In 1966, photographer Charlie Hanson captured the essence of life in Da Nang, Vietnam, during a time of intense conflict. His photo album from this period provides a poignant and vivid portrayal of the city’s daily realities amidst the Vietnam 1966s.

Through his lens, we see children with solemn, curious eyes, soldiers in moments of respite, and local women engaged in daily tasks. These portraits convey a powerful sense of normalcy amid chaos.

Hanson’s street scenes depict the bustling markets, makeshift homes,, highlighting the stark contrasts of the era. He captures both the vibrancy of community life and the devastation of conflict, creating a narrative that is both heart-wrenching and hopeful.

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