Battle of Hue – Color Combat Footage

The Battle of Huế – also called the Siege of Huế – was one of the bloodiest and longest battles of the Vietnam War. Between 30th January and 3rd March, 1968, in the South Vietnamese city of Huế, 11 battalions of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN), four U.S. Army battalions, and three U.S. Marine Corps battalions – totaling 18 battalions – defeated 10 battalions of the People’s Army of Vietnam and the Viet Cong (VC).

Speech: President Ronald Reagan’s Remarks Honoring the Vietnam War Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery

7 thoughts on “Battle of Hue – Color Combat Footage

  1. Peasant Pagan says:

    Music is a little over dramatic isn't it?

  2. wyomarine says:

    These films are public property, shot mostly by military photographers and now we have civilians trying to lay property claim on this material? What idiot put the time bar in?

  3. Douglas Bom says:

    And the great-grandchildren of these guys are probably communists 😥

  4. Grant Jones says:

    The United States should be ashamed for not giving the Vietnam era soldiers the respect they deserve

  5. rebel son says:

    get rid of the fucking music!!!

  6. Can anyone help me. I've been researching The Battle of Hue and from what I've read, the US Army was fighting along side the Marines. Only I've never seen footage of this claim. Where was the Army fighting during the battle of hue?

  7. Every marine here is a hero.

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