Malcolm Browne, Horst Fass and Roy Essoyan

1. Former Associated Press correspondent and photographer Malcolm Browne, best known for his award-winning image of a Vietnamese Buddhist.

2. Malcolm Browne’s iconic June 1964 photograph of a Bhuddist Monk setting himself on fire in Saigon to protest the Vietnam War.

3. Malcolm Browne interviews Quang Lien, leading spokesman for the Xa Loi Buddhist pagoda in Saigon on June 27, 1963.

4. Cambodians went to the polls to turn in a resounding 97.88 vote in favor of the ruling Sangkum Party ñ the party headed by Prince.

5. Browne goes on patrol near Binh Hia, South Vietnam with South Vietnamese troops on January 7, 1965.

6. Some 4,000 residents of the Phan Thiet area have nearly completed a massive, five-mile fortified trench to serve as a defense perimeter against the Viet Cong.

7. AP special correspondent George Esper poses with a Vietnamese boy in Quang Ngai Province, south of Da Nang, on 1 Jan, 1966.

8. George Esper captures a US Marine with rifle, American flag on his pack and an inscription Goodbye Vietnam on his helmet.

9. Associated Press writer Roy Essoyan at an unknown location in 1982.

10. Essoyan photographed some 25 Vietnamese war veterans wounded in the French Indo-China war who staged an orderly demonstration.

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Malcolm Browne, Horst Fass and Roy Essoyan

1. Former Associated Press correspondent and photographer Malcolm Browne, best known for his award-winning image of a Vietnamese Buddhist.

2. Malcolm Browne’s iconic June 1964 photograph of a Bhuddist Monk setting himself on fire in Saigon to protest the Vietnam War.

3. Malcolm Browne interviews Quang Lien, leading spokesman for the Xa Loi Buddhist pagoda in Saigon on June 27, 1963.

4. Cambodians went to the polls to turn in a resounding 97.88 vote in favor of the ruling Sangkum Party ñ the party headed by Prince.

5. Browne goes on patrol near Binh Hia, South Vietnam with South Vietnamese troops on January 7, 1965.

6. Some 4,000 residents of the Phan Thiet area have nearly completed a massive, five-mile fortified trench to serve as a defense perimeter against the Viet Cong.

7. AP special correspondent George Esper poses with a Vietnamese boy in Quang Ngai Province, south of Da Nang, on 1 Jan, 1966.

8. George Esper captures a US Marine with rifle, American flag on his pack and an inscription Goodbye Vietnam on his helmet.

9. Associated Press writer Roy Essoyan at an unknown location in 1982.

10. Essoyan photographed some 25 Vietnamese war veterans wounded in the French Indo-China war who staged an orderly demonstration.

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