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Children Of The Lotus

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Access to Life: Vietnam

The percentage of Vietnam’s population infected with HIV is still low, at less than 1 percent. Most Vietnamese living with HIV became infected through contaminated needles while injecting drugs, and within this group, the rate of infection is radically higher. Because heroin and other drugs are cheap and casual use is common, HIV infection through drug use affects a larger part of the population in Vietnam than in many other countries.

Vietnam

"I decided to be the one to show what was really going on in Vietnam. Here was something of profound importance. My goal was to present every aspect of the war in a digestible way between two covers of a book."

Viet Nam at Peace

Griffiths comments on a selection of images from his book Viet Nam at Peace, a monumental chronicle of the conditions in post-war Viet Nam with over 500 black and white images

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Pop Sixties

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Vietnam

Philip Jones Griffiths

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Point and Shoot

The sleek perfection of the German Luger compared to the crude British Sten gun. I fired all of them. That was all a long time ago. In retrospect it was a form of catharsis. I became a pacifist dedicated to non-violence. I’ve covered many wars and seen what bullets do to flesh and I’m rather proud to say that I got all that macho stuff out of my system in my youth.
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