Decades after losing it during the Vietnam war, Le Hang is reunited with a beloved portrait

In 1967, in the Vietnamese jungle north-west of Da Nang, the Australian digger GW Dennis was serving as an adviser to South Vietnamese troops as they moved through a deserted village.

For now, it was quiet in this corner of the war. The place was devoid of any sign of habitation: there were no people, no animals, no bodies of those cut down in the fighting.

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