The same 8-page booklet with the same title is also found in red. However, this version has no photographs but instead is all text starting with the title “Armymen Belonging to US Expeditionary Forces in South Vietnam” and ending with the Viet Cong flag. I show the last page with flag above. The South Vietnamese People are bound to win The Viet Cong booklet in English depicts the charging mass of Vietnamese people attacking forward, surely to defeat the United States and the Government of South Vietnam. Anti-War Activist Bertrand Russell This 16-page booklet has the first eight pages in English, the last eight pages in Vietnamese. Bertrand Arthur William Russell (1872 – 1970) was a British philosopher, logician, essayist and social critic best known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. In 1920, Russell paid a short visit to Russia to study the conditions of Bolshevism on the spot. In the autumn of the same year he went to China to lecture on philosophy at the Peking University. In 1958 he became the founding President of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. In 1961 he was imprisoned for one week in connection with anti-nuclear protests and in 1963 he established the Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation. During his life due to his political activities he was fired from Trinity College, Cambridge, and the City College of New York. Letter of the SVNNFL to U.S. Servicemen This 15-page booklet dated 20 December 1965 tells American troops that they are fighting a dirty, illegal war serving the interests of American monopoly capitalists. It compares U.S. actions in Vietnam to British action in colonial America. It ends by asking American troops to oppose the war and it claims the National Liberation Front has released two prisoners in keeping with its policy of leniency. They are named as regular army soldiers Claude McClure and George Edward Smith.
Ai Thang I decided to add this Viet Cong two-fold (six-page) booklet because of the photograph on the cover. Notice the expression on the lead black soldier's face. His look is of absolute terror. The Communists probably got this photo from some American newspaper and made great use of it on this leaflet. The entire booklet is in blue with some touches of red to highlight the images. On the back of the booklet is a picture of a United States Air Force fighter aircraft which was apparently downed in May, 1965. The text on the cover is:
On 1 February 1966 an American unit from the 1st Air Cavalry Division that was conducting a sweep operation in northern Bong Son District, Binh Dinh Province, was attacked by Liberation Army forces. The terrified soldiers turned around and ran for their lives.


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