In 1965 photojournalist Tim Page was with the Australian troops in Vietnam when they landed in Bien Hoa. Like many of those he photographed, Page was barely out of his teens, and filled with the bravado of youth. Armed with a bag of film and his camera Page captured some of the most iconic images of the Vietnam War before he was gravely injured and sent to the US to recuperate.
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