Quoc Duanh Tnakg Long, Hanoi Vietnam (Manufacturer)
Dimensions / Weight
Dimensions: 3" H x 2.5" W x 1" D
One pack of cigarettes (20 count) in a white box with blue trim. Contains Vietnamese writing, and graphic of soldier raising a flag on the cover.
This pack of Vietnamese cigarettes were given to Captain William "Bill" Willson, U.S. Air Force, who was a Prisoner of War in Vietnam from December 22, 1972 until March 29, 1973.
A Prisoner of War (POW) is someone who is captured and imprisoned by an enemy power during a time of conflict or war. The Geneva Convention in 1949 defined who was to be considered a POW and determined how they were to be treated. The policies brought forth by the Geneva Convention were based on the international humanitarian law, or laws of war.