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HISTORICAL PROPAGANDA

Leaflets Dropped in Vietnam

 

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#100 - III Corps used in areas held by the Viet Cong.

REJECT COMMUNIST RULE

This attractive Vietnam War leaflet is taken directly from a milityry stock book. 5 photographs in full color. Shown are scenes from a bustling South Vietnam, hundres of bicycles, traffic, happy shoppers in a store full of food, and similar scenes. The message asks "Why does Vietnam reject Communist rule?" The answer is "Because under the free Democratic regime of the Republic of Vietnam the souther people live in peace and prosperity." $14.00 - SOLD

 

Leaflet # 124

Translation or summary not available.

$8.00 - SOLD

Early Issue of Facsimile of 5 Dong Issue with

Propaganda Message

$30.00 - SOLD

Later War Printing of the same Banknote with

Propaganda Message

$18.00 - SOLD

 

#97 - - Early Leaflet dropped over the North.

HE BROUGHT THE SNAKES HOME

The leaflet is taken directly from a militry stock b ook. There is a faint drawing in red on the front of hundreds of marching Chinee soldiers. The title of this leaflet is "He Brought a Snake Home to eat his own People's Chicken." The leaflet is a divide and conquer operation where a number of Chinese Radio Broadcasts are quoted that imply that the Vietnamese love the Chinese People and that Mao is sending forced to protect North Vietnam. The leaflet goes on to point out how the nations have fought for many years. It says "Over the centuries, China has invaded and enslaved Vietnam." - $14.00

Leaflet 2223

PATROL BOATS ARE HERE TO HELP DEFEAT THE VIET CONG

To provide Security for the Vietnam Ccommunity they are patrolling Rivers and Canals.

The rev. has extensive text . The text is available in the NATIONAL CATALOG OF PSYOPS MATERIALS. - - $10.00

Leaflet 2357

TET Letter to the Viet Cong

this leaflet is taken directly from a military stock book. It shows a photograph of the Prime Minister of SVN. The title is "Tet Letter from the Prime Minister of the Replublic of VN Gouvernment to Cadre and Soldiers on the other side of the Frontline."

The letter is borderd with red flowers and basically tells the communists that Tet should be a time of piece and friendship, and they are all welcome to return to the government of SVN."

These leaflets were dropped in all four Corps. $10.00

Leaflet 2500 April 1968

VIET CONG RETURNS HOME

This leaflet was taken directly from a Vietnam War PSYOP stock book. It shows a Viet Cong soldier returning to his wife and child while an armed ARVN smiles and pats him on the back. The message is "Soldiers and cadre of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese Army in South Vietnam." "The government of the Republic welcomes returnees from your ranks under the Chieu Hoi program. Return and you will enjoy a life of peace and freedom

It pledges good treatment to all who return and offers rewards such as citizenship, medical treatment, money, rice and clothes. - - $12.00

#8-680

"Newspaper" Style Leaflet. 10 1/2" x 16"

Picture of President Johnson and apparently his speech.

The U.S. President mde a new offer to terminate air strikes excluding areas which are a spefic threat to the Allied positions. - - - $12.00

Leaflet 2545 - TWO PAGE TEX LEAFLET

RELATIVES IN VC RANKS?

The Vietnam War leaflet is taken directly from a military stock book. The title is "Compatriots who have relatives in the VC Ranks." The leaflet asks those relatives " since the so-calld NFL has waged this war, how many of your relatives have departed and never come back? These missing men are the bread winners of their family. The communists have profited from their patriotism in order to sacrifice them for the Lao Dong Party. .... $10.00

Leaflet 2564

"Return to a Peaceful country with Happy People as in Old Times."

$10.00

 

Leaflet 2967

NORMAL LIFE FOR PRISONERS IN A POW CAMP. In the past Communist soldiers expected to be killed upon capture, but after a short time in a POW camp they saw that the Government of South Vietnam treated them as friends rather than a prisoner. Information to the contrary is distorted by communist Cable TV. The South Vietnamese Ggoverment takes care of the prisoners mentally and physically. Prisoners can complete building the sanitary installations and their bathroom and toilet supplies are fully provided for. - - - $12.00

 

Leaflet 2968

MEDICS AT WORK

The leaflet shows medics giving treatment to Vietnamese Nationals. The front has a photograph of a medic treating the leg of a Vietnamese patient. There are two photos on the back. One shows a medic checking the heart of a patient, the second shows a medic about to X-ry a patient. This is a consolodation leaflet meant to instill morale in the citizens of Vietnam by showing the good care offered by the government. - $12.0012.00

# 6-149-68BY U.S. 6th PSYOP Battalion in 1968

TO THE VIET CONG CADRE

This plain leaflet comes from a military stock book. The title is "To the Cadres of the National Liberation Front." It tells the viet Cong "Your leaders have misled and betrayed you. You have been sent into battle hopelessly. How can you survive againt the powerful forces of the ARVN and its Allies? The present count is 30,000 killed." - - - $10.00

Leaflet 7-182-68 - U.S. 7th PSYOP Battalion in 1968

This plain leaflet comes from a military stock book. The title is "Attention people who reside near the ARVN and Allied base" The leaflet tells the local farmers "to protect your own safety, you are requested to stay away from the wire of the base where the ARVN and Allied Forces are located." It warns the locals that if they loiter near the wire in daylight they will be arrested. If found near the wire at night they will be considered an "enemy element." The warning is clear. They will be shot. - - - $12.00

Leaflet 7-244-69

TWELVE HOUR VILLAGE EVACUATION ORDER

$10.00

Leaflet 7-645-68 - 7th PSYOP Battalion - 1968

"BEWARE OF THE BUGS"

It is a medical leaflet intended to raise the morale of the citizens of South Vietnam by showing the care the government had for it's people. On the front a Vietnamese is seen in a screened hospital bed.

The back of the leaflet shows two bowls of rice. One is covered the other not. Insects are shown flying around. The message is clear, "Protect your food, or you will end up in the hospital." - $12.00

Leaflet 10-91-68 - U.S. 10th PSYOP Battalion - 1968

The leaflet comes from a military stock book. The title is "The Government is looking after the health of the people in Song-Ong-Duc District." An American Medic is seen bandaging a Vietnamese child in his mother's arms. The message on the back tells the people that the American -Vietnamese medical section will care for the people of the district for free. It stresses that all can come for treatmnt, including Viet Cong soldiers and the people living in their occupied areas. It tells the people "If you get sick, don't hesitate. Come and allow them to cure you." - $12.00

Leaflet SP2216

"WHEN YOU COME TO THE CHECK POINT REMEMBER THE FOLLOWING $10.00

 

1968

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION BOND.

$4.00

U. S. Militry Scrip - Vietnam War

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