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Americans in Hanoi, 30 Years after War's End

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Americans in Hanoi, 30 Years after War's End

Americans in Hanoi, 30 Years after War's End

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Bicycles and motor scooters crowd an intersection in downtown Hanoi. Alex Chadwick, NPR hide caption

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Bicycles and motor scooters crowd an intersection in downtown Hanoi.

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Alex Chadwick shares his journey to Vietnam on the eve of the 30th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War and the defeat of South Vietnam forces by the communist Viet Cong. American travelers share their reasons for coming to the capital city of Hanoi.

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