The war remnants museum was a bit of history remembering the "American War" (Vietnam War to Americans). I would be curious to know what kinds of propaganda were floating around the states then because what we saw there was basially showing the world supporting Viet Nam. They specifically had one room dedicated to pictures of children that were either burned or born with deformities from napalm. I did like the room they had that was photos of photographers that were killed in the war. They photographers were from all over the world so the pictures were more objective. Most were just candid shots of the countryside and the locals.