The term "Tet offensive" usually refers to the January–February 1968 NLF offensive, but it can also include the so-called "mini-Tet" offensives that took place in May and August.
|The Main Tet Offensive Jan-Feb 1968|
|Mini Tet Offensive in May 1968|
|South Vietnamese soldiers with Vietcong prisoners during the Tet Offensive. Dakao. May 1968|
|South Vietnamese with a frightened Vietcong prisoners. Both the Communists and the South Vietnamese fighters treated prisoners brutally. Threw the Geneva Conventions rule-book out of the window|
|South Vietnamese soldiers in action. May 5, 1968|
|In any war, the civilians suffer the most. Vietnamese people flee from the fighting|
|A member of the 7th ABn. Bn, 1st ARVN Abn Div, takes up his position near the wall of the French National Cemetery.|
|Dead Vietcong fighters|
|This American soldier shields these Vietnamese children from the firing|
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