On December 26, 1971, fifteen Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) activists barricaded and occupied the Statue of Liberty for two days to bring attention to their cause. Simultaneous protests took place at other sites across the country, such as the historic Betsy Ross house in Philadelphia (for 45 minutes) and Travis Air Force Base in California (for 12 hours). VVAW members in California also briefly occupied the South Vietnam Government consulate in San Francisco.
17 photographs captured daily life at US Marine Corps boot camp, Parris Island during Vietnam War.
Bengt Axel Ribbing, 1859-1935, Sweden.
Axel Olsson, 1930s, Sweden.
Conscript Norman, 1925, Sweden.
David Carlberg, Anders Hugosson, Bo Delin, and Nils Wigart, 1933, Sweden.
Lieutenant Brunnström and lieutenant Cederström with the dogs Sing, Rama, and Pan. Sweden.
Unknown men, 1900, Sweden.
Sture Dyberg, 1920, Sweden.
Military exercise in Riddarholmen in Stockholm, Sweden in 1944.