On display across the exhibition are 130 black-and-white photos and colourful images taken by Thomas Billhardt during his six trips to the nation between 1967 and 1975.
On display across the exhibition are 130 black-and-white photos and colourful images taken by Thomas Billhardt during his six trips to the nation between 1967 and 1975.
To mark the occasion, the Goethe Institute and Nha Nam Media And Cultural Joint Stock Company are to release a photo book titled 'Hanoi 1967-1975'.
To mark the occasion, the Goethe Institute and Nha Nam Media And Cultural Joint Stock Company are to release a photo book titled 'Hanoi 1967-1975'.
The exhibition provides viewers with an honest look at life in Hanoi from 1967 to 1975, with an unfiltered view into the daily activities of local people.
The exhibition provides viewers with an honest look at life in Hanoi from 1967 to 1975, with an unfiltered view into the daily activities of local people.
Photos taken of the Vietnam War in the late 1960s serve to put Thomas Billhardt on the world photographers list.
Photos taken of the Vietnam War in the late 1960s serve to put Thomas Billhardt on the world photographers list.
Furthermore, a series of talks with German photographer Thomas Billhardt will take place this October, in addition to film screenings. The exhibition is scheduled to last until November 15.
Furthermore, a series of talks with German photographer Thomas Billhardt will take place this October, in addition to film screenings. The exhibition is scheduled to last until November 15.
Here are some notable images from the exhibition.
Here are some notable images from the exhibition.
 
An image taken on Hang Dao street in 1975
An image taken on Hang Dao street in 1975
Children gather at the Hang Day stadium in 1975.
Children gather at the Hang Day stadium in 1975.
Children playing in Ly Thai To square
Children playing in Ly Thai To square
The Hang Day stadium in 1975 is packed with cheering football fans.
The Hang Day stadium in 1975 is packed with cheering football fans.

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Photos: Thomas Billhardt