We watched it happen, this first war to be broadcast on television, but what didn't we see? Another Vietnam answers that question. Veteran combat photographer Tim Page, who was a freelancer for UPI during the war, returned to Vietnam to find his surviving North Vietnamese counterpartsthe photographers who documented, with equal depth and courage, their nation's conflict with America. From interviews with these men and from their surprising photographs, a compelling new view of the war emerges as readers discover the humanity of a once-faceless enemy. With rare exception, this is the first time these photographs have been seen by Americans.