New York Times ad about “Operation Babylift,” 1975

This ad appeared in the New York Times just a few days after a military transport plane carrying around 300 passengers crashed on April 4, 1975, shortly after take-off from Saigon. More than 100 children were killed, along with at least 25 of their adult escorts. For a contrasting view of Operation Babylift,” see Gloria Emerson's, “Operation Babylift,” the Statement on the Immorality of Bringing South Vietnamese Orphans to the United States, and Agency for International Development, Operation Babylift Report, 1975.

 

 

 

 

Source: New York Times, April 7, 1975.

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