they were used to spark protest against America's involvement in the Vietnam War
Death and destruction.
Gunfire, explosions, and casualties.
This is a purely subjective observation: most of the Vietnam War era media illustrations I've seen appear to depict the futility of that conflict, in one way or another.
To spark protest against America's involvement in the Vietnam warThe same effects that attract movie goers attracted the newsmedia.
The media in Vietnam was drawn to photography depicting action. Ask any video game player today...action sells!
What readers like to see...action (blood and gore).
The new "Helicopter" war.
The illustrations in the book are both well-drawn and humorous. The engineer brought his illustrations of the revised rocket designs.
No that is the name given to hand drawn illustrations before the printing press. The illustrations of medieval codices were known as illuminations, and were individually hand drawn and painted. With the invention of the printing press during the 15th century, books became more widely distributed, often illustrated with woodcuts. - Wikipedia
Laos and Cambodia were both drawn into the Vietnam War because of atrocities the people of these two countries suffered under the hands of North Vietnam. South Vietnam and other countries were trying to keep the North Vietnamese army from spreading Communism in these countries.
Mainly horse drawn carriages then to diesel trucks.
Kenneth Grahame's classic children's book The Wind in the Willows has had many illustrators for its various publications. The most well-known illustrations for the book are those drawn by E. H. Shepard for the 1933 edition.
Tried to get the South Vietnamese to defend themselves.
unrestricted submarine warfare
During the conflict, approximately 3.2 million Vietnamese were killed, in addition to another 1.5 million to 2 million Lao and Cambodians who were drawn into the war. Nearly 58,000 Americans lost their lives.
cause of the adrenaline man
Al Gore has mainly drawn attention to Global Warming and enviormental issues
Fire on the Mountain is a picture book that was written by Jane Kurtz and the illustrations were drawn by E.B. Lewis. The book is currently available at Amazon's website.
Wooden Carriages that were drawn on foot for the poor, and for the rich there were metal carriages drawn by 2 horses.
Drop in zone. Inasmuch as your question is in the War and Military History section, specifically Vietnam, I am assuming you mean D "M" Z, not D "N" Z. DMZ means Demilitarized Zone and in the case of Vietnam, it refers to the line drawn at the Geneva Convention in 1954 that divided North Vietnam from South Vietnam.
It depends on how good of quality you want. Many were always hand drawn. Try adobe fireworks or photoshop. For simple illustrations Microsoft paint can work provided you have the skill.
The soldiers were a militia, called out for service when required. They were drawn from the citizens who were normally mainly farmers and tradesmen.
Before the invention of the printing press, books or other publications were had written by scribes. Illustrations could be done by means of carved wooden blocks, if they were not also hand drawn.
different borders were drawn.