Interview with Neil Davis Roll 14 (Frontline out takes)

Place Asia: Vietnam, Binh Tri Thien Province, Huong Hoa
Accession Number F10488
Collection type Film
Measurement 10 min 33 sec
Object type To be confirmed
Physical description 16mm/colour (Eastman)/sound
Maker Kim Dong Kyu
Davis, Neil Brian
Bradbury, David
Place made Thailand: Bangkok
Date made 1979
Access Open
Conflict Period 1970-1979
Vietnam, 1962-1975
Copyright Item copyright: © Australian War Memorial
Creative Commons License This item is licensed under CC BY-NC

Neil Davis as a cameraman correspondent describes the effects of the B52 bombing and napalm, a Vietnamese village after a naplam attack and how an angry peasant women threw the body of a dead dog at the feet of a United States officer; brief description of going to film a Viet Cong village; vital defensive role of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) around Khe Sanh; hostility between United States Marine Corps and Army Air Cavalry and how some Marines fired on the relief helicopters at Khe Sanh; briefly on the beginning of the war in Cambodia then film runs out.

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