Captured Viet Cong Film Footage – Vietnam War 1966



Captured by Americans in 1966, these edited film clips were made behind enemy lines, by the Viet Cong: contains combat footage, supply trails, battle planning, and propaganda methods.

Black and white film from the Department of Defense. And, yes it’s true, 1966 was over 50 years ago…. History Must Live.

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39 thoughts on “Captured Viet Cong Film Footage – Vietnam War 1966

  1. SportCardCollector959 says:

    I just lost 2 of my uncle's in less than a month from covid-19 they were both Vietnam Veterans Uncle John 173rd airborne 1965-66 RIP 11-22-20 and Uncle Ronnie USMC 1965-66 & 1968-69 RIP 12-10-20 God Bless The USA 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  2. Herman Paddie says:

    I have seen a couple that look familiar. I got a photo of one of them with his wife and daughter. Safari hat and all 173rd ABN recon

  3. Wutichai Chuasawusdiwong says:

    แล้วยังจะนิยมทหารกับสงคราม

  4. FBG Syndicate says:

    Hard to Conquer a Well Disciplined and Coordinated Force

  5. Christian Louie Aben says:

    The war they presented is how to rule and ways how to win with their fighting mode to topple the democratic life to communism or vice versa.In short you will feel the terrorism impounded on the ruling one.Any country will experienced this depending on the principle of the leader or the stage concerning the welfare of its people.So let us try to renew its friendship and peaceful means for the sake of stabilized someones own country.

  6. Alfonso Cantu says:

    It seems to me..the mistakes of yesterday..can become the mistakes of today..in the jungle 78-82..yours very truly Alfonso Cantu USMC

  7. Susan Crouthamel says:

    My cousin was there lucky he came home. He said his buddy was captured n was in a camp tortured for 5 years. Our men saw many of their buddies with their heads cut off. Some kids had machine guns n women would carry bombs.. I don't understand why we even went there. We should not have been there. Those people are sick n not human. I wish we had an atomic bomb drop on them.

  8. Trọc Lân says:

    As a Vietnamese from the South, we appreciated the American men who fought for the freedom and against the tyrant of communism

  9. Roses & Prog says:

    On September 2, 1945, at Ba Đình square,
    President Hồ Chí Minh
    read for the first time
    The Declaration of Independence of
    The Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

    My country men,

    "All men are created equal. They are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness"

    This immortal statement was made in the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America in 1776. In a broader sense, this means: All the nations on the earth are equal from birth, all the nations have the right to live, to be happy and free.

    The Declaration of the French Revolution made in 1791 on the Rights of Man and the Citizen also states: "All men are born free and with equal rights, and must always remain free and having equal rights." Those are undeniable truths.

    Nevertheless, for more than eighty years, the French colonialists misused the flag of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity to invade our Fatherland and oppressed our country men. Their action contradicted to the humanity and justice. Politically, they absolutely have deprived our people of every democratic freedom…

    For these reasons, we, members of the Provisional Government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, solemnly declare to the world that Vietnam has the right to be a free and independent country and in fact it is so already. The entire Vietnamese people are determined to mobilize all their physical and mental strength, to sacrifice their lives and property in order to safeguard their independence and liberty.

    President Hô Chí Minh

  10. Em có nghe TiếngSóngBiển says:

    Propaganda is not only used for brainwashing the North Vietnamese people that also is cheating the foreigners in the world, the most are all naïve foreign photographers, moviemakers, historians until today. Viet Cong and North Communists are two different entities. Communist Party in Hà Nội had kept sending their troops to the South Vietnam for ambition occupying South during 20 years.
    American troops were sending to South VN for protecting and preventing the communist spreading over the world. All South Vietnamese people always thank for this American helping.

  11. Tom Jones says:

    All the brave American soldiers & their allies wounded & killed for nothing. Much respect. ☝

  12. Nhàn Vũ says:

    Sai lầm của usa là tới việt nam quê hương tôi

  13. Dũng cảm , kiên cường . Đánh giặc trong hoàn cảnh khó khăn thiếu thốn nhưng vẫn ko ngại . Chỉ có bộ đôi VN thôi chứ thế giới ko có quân đội nào như vậy .

  14. Sennie White says:

    Primitive warfare and rituals which solidified the harmful players against the Allies.

  15. Hans Nielsen says:

    How could uncle Sam think he could win against the people of vietnam? What a vast of young mens life , the parasites on wall Street would not send their own children to endless wars.

  16. Big respect to the US soldiers fighting in that horrible jungle, with enemy lying in wait ready to ambush, had no chance.

  17. Hoan Khang says:

    Dung coi thường người Việt Nam bé nhỏ. Ko nho dau

  18. Imagine if JFK had not been assassinated. Would the USA have gotten involved in this war? Or was it an LBJ thing?

  19. Stephen Blake says:

    Hope those P O W. ( American ??) made it home?? God bless all!!! Thank you!!! You combat vets are the real STAR'S and should be treated the way NFL and those Hollywood SCUM bags take for granted??? HERO'S!!

  20. dachicagoan says:

    They were trained by the US during WW2 and then turned on us when we deserted them after the war ended. Sounds a lot like what happened 50 years later in Afghanistan.

  21. Grampa Billy says:

    Wow. Such industrious people. They all worked together towards a single goal. They had nothing and still won.

  22. Mike Derby says:

    Thank u blackbear for the footage! My dad was in Vietnam and I've always been interested in the war!!

  23. Aka Thiree says:

    My uncle died in Vietnam in 1967 before I was born. I have never seen VC/NVA propaganda films like this before. The belief in their independence is like a religion to the VC. The arrogance of the Soviets and Americans to think that they could impose their will on similarly proud people of the nation of Afghanistan after seeing this is remarkable.

  24. Đức Minh says:

    Vietnam's đất nước tôi. Hoan hô bộ đội giải phóng. Thước phim quý giá

  25. Hồng Phạm says:

    Trai gái ở chung trong rừng đẻ dữ lắm.nhìn u ám thiệt

  26. Kickbrass 5.56 says:

    Thats when my father was there. 1966 1st infinity. I see M16's in this video. My father only saw the M14 in 1966

  27. Idle Onlooker says:

    I suppose the secret of their success was the widespread mobilisation of the populace and focus upon a singular objective. As like with an ant-colony ALL individuals are focussed on achievement of the one objective. Very interesting, too, was the collection and use of captured equipment which was re-manufactured and redeployed against their enemy. Our military staff should take note!

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