Posts Tagged: Vietnam

War of American Aggression Museum – 2 of Many – Agent Orange

The picture at top left haunts me. Not still. Straight up, haunts me. Taken on Dec. 3, 2016.

Here’s the one thing the War Museum did well: clearly enunciating how terrible Agent Orange was.

ProPublica recently did a piece of about how Americans suffered from Agent Orange. Well, guess what! If one of them had visited the War Museum, they could have seen the interviews done with American service members and their families about the damage Agent Orange wreaked on them and their progeny.

A lot. A lot of havoc.

Ironically, the piece came out just after I’d visited the museum. Still, ProPublica was quite a few years behind the curve.

A building in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on 12-3-2016

A building in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, taken on Dec. 3, 2016.

When I first got into Saigon, the weather was nice. Did some wandering. Did some picture taking.