Miền Bắc năm 1973 (P2) qua ống kính Werner Schulze

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01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A beheaded palm tree, an expanse of rubble with water-filled bomb craters and some poorly looking huts in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A beheaded palm tree, an expanse of rubble with water-filled bomb craters and some poorly looking huts in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- Children help to carry away debris and search for reusable bricks from war-destroyed houses, photographed in March 1973 in the harbour city Haiphong in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- Children help to carry away debris and search for reusable bricks from war-destroyed houses, photographed in March 1973 in the harbour city Haiphong in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women clean bricks for the reconstruction on a field of debris between war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women clean bricks for the reconstruction on a field of debris between war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese family in the middle of war-destroyed buildings in the harbour city Haiphong in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese family in the middle of war-destroyed buildings in the harbour city Haiphong in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese family between a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Haiphong in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The man works on the provisional reconstruction of the house. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese family between a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Haiphong in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The man works on the provisional reconstruction of the house. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children in a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children in a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A family furnishes a provisional hut in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam , photographed in Mach 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A family furnishes a provisional hut in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam , photographed in Mach 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Provisional huts to live in are built in the war-destroyed area of Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Provisional huts to live in are built in the war-destroyed area of Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- War-destroyed houses, ruins, rubble, destroyed trees and provisional huts in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- War-destroyed houses, ruins, rubble, destroyed trees and provisional huts in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Many people with bicycles in a street with old, partly war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Many people with bicycles in a street with old, partly war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children climb the rubble of a bomb crater in a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children climb the rubble of a bomb crater in a field of debris of war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A family furnishes a provisional hut in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam , photographed in Mach 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A family furnishes a provisional hut in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam , photographed in Mach 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Inhabitants dig out reusable bricks out of ruins. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese women of a so-called "brigade" work on a destroyed traffic plant, photographed in March 1973 near Hanoi in North Vietnam along Street Number 1. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese women of a so-called "brigade" work on a destroyed traffic plant, photographed in March 1973 near Hanoi in North Vietnam along Street Number 1. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A red flag blows at a construction site around a bomb crater at a railway line along Street Number 1, where young Vietnamese women of a so-called "brigade" work on reconstruction, photographed in March 1973 near Hanoi in North Vietnam. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A red flag blows at a construction site around a bomb crater at a railway line along Street Number 1, where young Vietnamese women of a so-called "brigade" work on reconstruction, photographed in March 1973 near Hanoi in North Vietnam. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A red banner with characters blows on the destroyed Long Bien bridge, which spans the Red River in Hanoi with a length of 1,683 metres. Workers start to reconstruct it, photographed in March 1973. The railway bridge of strategic importance from the beginning of the 20th century was destroyed several times in US air raids during Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A red banner with characters blows on the destroyed Long Bien bridge, which spans the Red River in Hanoi with a length of 1,683 metres. Workers start to reconstruct it, photographed in March 1973. The railway bridge of strategic importance from the beginning of the 20th century was destroyed several times in US air raids during Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese directs lift works with a whistle and hand signs at the Long Bien bridge, which spans the Red River in Hanoi with a length of 1,683 metres. Workers start to reconstruct it, photographed in March 1973. The railway bridge of strategic importance from the beginning of the 20th century was destroyed several times in US air raids during Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese directs lift works with a whistle and hand signs at the Long Bien bridge, which spans the Red River in Hanoi with a length of 1,683 metres. Workers start to reconstruct it, photographed in March 1973. The railway bridge of strategic importance from the beginning of the 20th century was destroyed several times in US air raids during Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- A float on a river in front of a bridge, destroyed by US air raids, along Street Number 1 in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 near Vinh. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- A float on a river in front of a bridge, destroyed by US air raids, along Street Number 1 in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 near Vinh. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese people with bicycles leave a ferry, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam, south-eastern of Dong Hoi near the 17th degree of latitude, which is regarded as the border to South Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese people with bicycles leave a ferry, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam, south-eastern of Dong Hoi near the 17th degree of latitude, which is regarded as the border to South Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese with a bicycle loaded with luggage, crosses a provisional bridge made out of bamboo and other material, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam, south-eastern of Dong Hoi near the 17th degree of latitude, which is regarded as the border to South Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese with a bicycle loaded with luggage, crosses a provisional bridge made out of bamboo and other material, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam, south-eastern of Dong Hoi near the 17th degree of latitude, which is regarded as the border to South Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- Two Vietnamese women with headdress talk to a Vietnamese, who builds a brick wall out of cleaned debris without mortar, photographed in March 1973 in Haiphong in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Haiphong, Vietnam --- Two Vietnamese women with headdress talk to a Vietnamese, who builds a brick wall out of cleaned debris without mortar, photographed in March 1973 in Haiphong in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese puts down bricks to reconstruct war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese puts down bricks to reconstruct war-destroyed houses in Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam in March 1973, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called youth brigade build a temporary bridge across a stretch of water near Dong Hoi in North Vietnam, shortly before the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called youth brigade build a temporary bridge across a stretch of water near Dong Hoi in North Vietnam, shortly before the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called youth brigade build a temporary bridge across a stretch of water near Dong Hoi in North Vietnam, shortly before the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called youth brigade build a temporary bridge across a stretch of water near Dong Hoi in North Vietnam, shortly before the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- A barefoot Vietnamese transports tree trunks on his bicycle, photographed in North Vietnam on Street Number 1 in March 1973 near Vinh. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- A barefoot Vietnamese transports tree trunks on his bicycle, photographed in North Vietnam on Street Number 1 in March 1973 near Vinh. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children in front of a newly built house, photographed in March 1973 in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Vietnamese children in front of a newly built house, photographed in March 1973 in war-destroyed Kham Thien, a part of Hanoi in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women of a so-called youth brigade work on the reconstruction of railsways next to a destroyed waggon, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam near Vinh at Street Number 1. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vinh, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women of a so-called youth brigade work on the reconstruction of railsways next to a destroyed waggon, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam near Vinh at Street Number 1. Street Number 1, built by the French, as main connection line to South Vietnam with more than 1,500 kilometres lenght was a strategic target in Vietnam War, The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called "youth brigade" work on the reconstruction of railways next to a destroyed waggon, near Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 along Street Number 1. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Young Vietnamese people of a so-called "youth brigade" work on the reconstruction of railways next to a destroyed waggon, near Hanoi in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 along Street Number 1. Street Number 1, of 1,500 kilometres length and as connection line to South Vietnam, had been built by the French and was a strategic target in Vietnam War. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women with straw hats waters a rice field with an ordinary device in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Vietnamese women with straw hats waters a rice field with an ordinary device in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Vietnamese farmers plough the rice fields with water buffalos next to Street Number 1 in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 near Dong Hoi at the 17th degree of latitude. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Vietnamese farmers plough the rice fields with water buffalos next to Street Number 1 in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973 near Dong Hoi at the 17th degree of latitude. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with a headscarf plants rice on a field in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with a headscarf plants rice on a field in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with headscarf cultivates the rice fields near Dong Hoi at the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Dong Hoi, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with headscarf cultivates the rice fields near Dong Hoi at the border to South Vietnam at the 17th degree of latitude, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with straw hat waters a rice field with an ordinary device in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- A Vietnamese woman with straw hat waters a rice field with an ordinary device in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. Only a few weeks before, the peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris and the war against North Vietnam ended. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Clothes hang on wooden bars to dry at a small street in a village in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Vietnam --- Clothes hang on wooden bars to dry at a small street in a village in the province Nam Ha in North Vietnam, photographed in March 1973. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze | Location: Nam Ha, Vietnam. --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Plain huts are built out of wood and corn mats in war-destroyed Kahm Thien, a part of Hanoi, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.
01 Mar 1973, Hanoi, Vietnam --- Plain huts are built out of wood and corn mats in war-destroyed Kahm Thien, a part of Hanoi, photographed in March 1973 in North Vietnam. The United States of America flew about 2,000 air attacks on cities and targets in North Vietnam during the "Christmas bombings" in 1972. The peace agreement was signed on the 27th of January in 1973 in Paris. Photo: Werner Schulze --- Image by © Werner Schulze/dpa/Corbis © Corbis. All Rights Reserved.

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