VIỆT NAM Một Thời Chinh Chiến – Loạn Ly: MN VN: TQLC bắt đồ tiếp tế của Vc, bắt tàu vũ khí của VC, phản đối bầu cử , Sài Gòn: Dzu 1967 – S. Vietnam: Marines Capture Vc Supplies, Captured Vietcong Arms Ship, Election Protest, Saigon: Dzu

 


VIỆT NAM Một Thời Chinh Chiến – Loạn Ly: MN VN: TQLC bắt đồ tiếp tế của Vc, bắt tàu vũ khí của VC, phản đối bầu cử , Sài Gòn: Dzu 1967 – S. Vietnam: Marines Capture Vc Supplies, Captured Vietcong Arms Ship, Election Protest, Saigon: Dzu

Published on Sep 21, 2016

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F04369
S. Vietnam: Marines capture VC supplies
15/2/1967
GENF08338
0:41 
Recall: 1Q830U2
B/W mute – 25 feet/0:41
1 roll – dupe neg
Syndication
Various shots showing Vietnamese civilians helping US Marines pour rice into a sack (seen held by a black US Martine), lifting bags of rice from a large stockpile, removing bags of rice from a straw and mud hut used by the local Viet Cong guerrillas as a rice storage depot and sacks of rice into the back of a Boeing Chinook helicopter.
Storyline: Captured Viet Cong rice in the hands of the US Marines in I Corps’ zone of operations south of the Demilitarised Zone.

F06127
Vietnam: Captured Vietcong Arms Ship
21/7/1967
GENF0945
1:24
Recall: 137A3833U2
B/W mute – 52 feet/1:24
1 roll – dupe neg
Syndication
Various shots showing a small coastal freighter used by the North Vietnamese to smuggle weapons for the Viet Cong being put on display by the South Vietnamese government; its bridge and crew quarters show damage sustained during its capture by the South Vietnamese navy, senior South Vietnamese service chiefs headed by Air Vice-Marshal Ngyuyen Cao Ky seen inspecting the vessel and its armament of two DshKM 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine-guns, local Vietnamese people lining up to board the vessel.
Various shots showing the cargo of captured weaponry – SKS rifles, AK-47 assault rifles, Chinese-made 122mm mortar rounds and B-40 122mm rockets – on display and being examined by South Vietnamese head of state Nguyen Van Thieu, Thieu and Premier Ky reviewing a South Vietnamese naval Guard of Honour.
Various shots showing the South Vietnamese naval commander (?) making a speech and Ky decorating senior Vietnamese commanders. 
Storyline: The capture of a North Vietnamese coastal freighter by the South Vietnamese navy is the occasion for much public rejoicing by the Saigon government.

F05984
South Vietnam: Election Protest
8/9/1967
GENF0935
1:10
Recall: 137A3927U2
B/W mute – 49 feet/1:10
1 roll – dupe neg
Syndication
Various shots showing Truong Dinh Dzu, opposition candidate in the South Vietnamese presidential elections being interviewed by local Vietnamese and foreign journalists on the steps of the National Assembly in the centre of Saigon in protest over the electoral victory of the armed forces’ candidates, Nguyen Van Thieu and Nguyen Cao Ky.
Storyline: Truong Dinh Dzu, South Vietnam’s only opposition leader of any stature, complains that the victory of President Thieu and Vice-President Ky in South Vietnam’s presidential election held on the 3rd September 1967 was the result of corruption and ballot-rigging.

F04534
Saigon: DZU students (sic)
17/9/1967
GENF0848
0:52
Recall: 1Q98U2
B/W mute – 36 feet/0:52
Dupe neg
Syndication
Various shots of students putting up anti-government banners in the grounds of Saigon university protesting against the victory of President Thieu and Vice-President Ky and various shots of the leading figure in the opposition to the Thieu-Ky regime, Truong Dinh Dzu, being greeted by the students and joining them to listen to speeches inside a lecture hall.
Storyline: Students in Saigon’s university rally to opposition leader Truong Dinh Dzu after his defeat in South Vietnam’s presidential election on 3rd September 1967.
Source: AP Archive 

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