Vietnam February, 1998
Hanoi Hilton

The infamous Hanoi Hilton. The original entrance has been renovated, but the American portion of the prison has been destroyed and replaced by the Singaporean Hotel.

The remaining portion of the prison, where Vietnamese were held, is a museum about French Colonial imprisonment of political enemies.

A model of the prison as it once looked. There are displays about the American era, propaganda photos, prisoner belongings (such as pilot helmets), and photos of prisoners who are now well known.

This is the theme of the museum, French Colonialist mistreatment   of Vietnamese.

Photo Album Index

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My Vietnam Related Websites:
buttonWomen in Vietnam ~ Not only nurses served . . .
button Dusty's Home Page ~ Poetry and prose by a woman who was a nurse in Vietnam
button Emily's Poetry ~ By a Red Cross Donut Dolly
button Battle Dressing ~ The Journey of a Nurse in Vietnam
button Tim O'Brien's Home Page ~ National Book Award Winner and Americal Vet
button Shrapnel in the Heart ~ The most moving book you will read on Vietnam
button The Irish on the Wall ~ An effort to locate the Irish who died in Vietnam
button Project Hearts and Minds ~ Help put Viet Nam back together
button All About Vietnam   ~ An annotated bibliography of books about Vietnam for sale thru Amazon Worldwide!
button Photos from a Holts' Military History Tour ~ My trip to Vietnam, February 1998
button Illinois Vietnam Women's Memorial ~ Honoring all the Illinois women who served

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