View of living accomodation, Nui Dat, Vietnam, 1967-1968
Reference Number: PAColl-1728-27-2
View of army accomodation tents piched under trees at Nui Dat, Vietnam. Photographed by David Albert Dawe in 1967 or 1968
Dawe, David Albert:Photographs of the Vietnam War, Reference Number PAColl-1728 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w original photographic print(s)Silver gelatin print. Single photograph
Historical Notes: Nui Dat was one of several small hills with the same name in Phuoc Tuy Province, Vietnam. The name means "Our Hill". This one and its surrounding flat land was occupied by the combined New Zealand/Australian force, "1st Australian/NZ Tasl Force" (1ATF). The force ares was known to its men as "Nui Dat" or "The Dat". (info from article by Mike Dakin with notes by Angus Rivers on web site http://riv.co.nz./rnza/pg/vn/acpg//.htm).
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