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— by Jonathon Keats: Growing up during the Vietnam War, the Vietnamese-American photographer An-My Lê saw her homeland assaulted and divided. Her point of view was complicated: For much of the war, she and her family took refuge in France, a nation that had previously colonized Vietnam. Returning after the Paris Peace Accords of 1973, she lived in Saigon for two years before North Vietnamese forces compelled her family to evacuate and emigrate to the United States…

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