South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Remembering the Napalm Girl photo fifty years later, a symbol of the Vietnam War” – below is their description.
Former Associated Press photographer Nick Ut took an influential photo and saved the life of Kim Phuc when covering the Vietnam War in 1972. The photo captured the 9-year-old Kim running and screaming after being badly burned by a napalm attack in her village. The picture has won a Pulitzer Prize and become an international symbol of the war. The events that day have also inspired a friendship that has endured for half a century.
Vietnamese photographer gives pope famous Napalm Girl picture https://sc.mp/p0ok
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