Fifty Years Ago, Death Came to Saigon

The Vietnamese gentleman who opened the door to the Reuter office, on the eve of Vietnam’s most important festival of the year, was no stranger to the two correspondents sitting with head phones, taking dictation from two colleagues filing big news from the war-torn northern part of the country on Jan. 31, 1968, the second day of Tet.

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