Life Magazine November 26, 1965 – Vietcong Prisoner

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Life Magazine Cover : Vietcong prisoner, held by US marines, eyes and mouth taped shut.

  • The blunt reality of war in Vietnam, but also compassionate piece about Hospitalman 2/c Josiah “Doc” Lucier giving care to villagers.
  • Cute full page ad of woman in curlers at laundromat watching soap operas on her 9″ Sony Anyplace TV.
  • Death of a cruise ship, the Yarmouth Castle burns at sea, 80 lives lost.
  • NYC Blackout sequel – what caused it  (see also LIFE November 19, 1965).
  • Rhodesia, the world’s loneliest country.
  • Indonesia’s Sukarno still holds forth as his power wanes.
  • Secretary of State Rusk and Senator Robert Kennedy encounter trouble in South America.
  • Edie Sedgwick, the girl with the Black Tights.
  • National Council on the Arts ponders how to spend $3 million in tax dollars.
  • John Browning, pianist.
  • Babar pays us a visit.
  • The ghostly magic of football jersey 44 at Syracuse University.
  • Amazing photo of car hung up in the electrical wires over a railroad track in Baltimore, car license plate FX-8887.
  • Quarter page Mentholatum Deep Heating rub ad takes advantage of op art to create small but dizzying image.
  • And much more NEAT content in this classic Life Magazine November 26, 1965!
  • Antique magazines are packed with entertainment from cover to cover!
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