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U.S. Marines and Vietnamese troops move through the grounds of the Imperial Palace in the old citadel area of Hue, Vietnam, Feb. 26, 1968, after seizing it from Communist hands. The heavy damage was the result of the artillery, air, and mortar pounding the area for 25 days while the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army held the area.
180411-M-XX001-0111.JPG Photo By: Bert Blanchette

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FUTENMA, OKINAWA, Japan - U.S. Marines and Vietnamese troops move through the grounds of the Imperial Palace in the old citadel area of Hue, Vietnam, Feb. 26, 1968, after seizing it from Communist hands. The heavy damage was the result of the artillery, air, and mortar pounding the area for 25 days while the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army held the area.


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