• SECRET TUNNELS OF VIỆT NAM

    HISTORY DOCUMENTARY


    In order to combat better-supplied American and South Vietnamese forces during the Việt Nam War, Communist guerrilla troops known as Việt Cộng (VC) dug tens of thousands of miles of tunnels, including an extensive network running underneath the Củ Chi district northwest of Sài Gòn. Soldiers used these underground routes to house troops, transport communications and supplies, lay booby traps and mount surprise attacks, after which they could disappear underground to safety. To combat these guerrilla tactics, U.S. and South Vietnamese forces trained soldiers known as “tunnel rats” to navigate the tunnels in order to detect booby traps and enemy troop presence. Now part of a Việt Nam War memorial park in Sài Gòn, the Củ Chi tunnels have become a popular tourist attraction.


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