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Hanoi Hannah Radio Vietnam
The search for Hanoi Hannah
Her name was Trinh Thi Ngo. We called her Hanoi Hannah. She called herself Thu Houng, "the fragrance of autumn". But her job was to chill and frighten, not to charm and seduce.
The VIETNAM WAR: U.S. Involvement & Escalation
Hundreds of television & radio audio air check broadcasts, related to the Vietnam War, recorded & archived prior to the creation of The Vanderbilt Television News Archive which began recording and archiving News Broadcasts off the air on August 5, 1968.
The sounds of Vietnam
The Rock and Roll war.....
To most Americans, the Vietnam War has a rock and roll soundtrack. Almost every novel, memoir or oral history of the war by a veteran mentions the music that the author listened to in Vietnam. All the songs of the '60s were part of the life in a combat zone. Troops listened to Sony radios, Akai stereos and Teac tape decks and new troops arrived weekly with the latest records from the states. Many of the sound clips below were recorded on a reel to reel recorder in Vietnam. They were then sent home and transferred to cassette. The sound quality is not the best but it sounded good to us back then.
United World College of Southeast Asia (UWCSEA): Dover Campus: 1207 Dover Road, Singapore 139654 / East Campus: 1 Tampines Street 73, Singapore 528704