Photos of war, mission of peace
Kyoichi Sawada won the 1966 Pulizer Prize for a series of photographs that helped show the world the realities of the Vietnam War. Nguyen Thi Kim Lien, one of the girls from those pictures, talks about her life and the tragedies of war.
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