Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Refugees
Tonle Bet, Cambodia: An elderly woman refugee is helped down a river bank to be evacuated across the Mekong River to safety after Cambodian government troops recaptured the town from Communist control 5/24. South Vietnamese troops pushing up the Mekong River inside Cambodia toward the Communist camps ran into heavy resistance and reported killing 47 guerilla soldiers 6/2 with fighter-bomber support. Government losses were listed as four men wounded.
BW Photograph, 8.5" x 11"
United Press International