AFSC and the Vietnam War

Lou Schneider in Vietnam

<p>Louis Schneider (front row, middle with dark suit) walking up the steps of the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum in Hanoi to present a wreath on behalf of AFSC on Sunday morning, Aug. 31, 1975, as part of the Democratic Reupblic of Vietnams's 30th anniversary of independence celebration.&nbsp;</p>

Louis Schneider (front row, middle with dark suit) walking up the steps of the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum in Hanoi to present a wreath on behalf of AFSC on Sunday morning, Aug. 31, 1975, as part of the Democratic Reupblic of Vietnams's 30th anniversary of independence celebration. 

In 2001, Louis Schneider's grandson Benjamin Temple recorded this interview about his grandfather's involvement in the Vietnam War for AFSC.

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