Out of their fathers' shadows: In Vietnam with Flynn and Steinbeck

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Great story about the camera. Frank Palmos wrote a book about the killing of four Australian journos in Saigon during Tet. Their Jeep was ambushed in the suburbs. He may have been there, I can’t remember. My book by him is at a mates house in Kep with the rest of my collection.
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