The american invadors and their puppets will suffer the same fate as those who went before - 1965

This rare cartoon poster rendering of a caricature figure as the US, and another separate helmet on a grave marker representing the French army, was drawn in 1965 to coincide with the massive acceleration of US evolvement in Vietnam.

The US soldier has rifles, spears and a crossbow aimed at him. He holds a bomb in one hand; in the other hand he has a chain with a cell key connected to the end.

The US soldier grimaces when observing the French helmet on the grave marker. The letters CEF comprise the acronym for Corps Experditionnaire Francais (French Expeditionary Corps). The CEF consisted of French army regulars, Legionnaires, and men from North Africa, Madagascar, and other French colonies. Thousands of these foreign solders died or surrendered to the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) at the decisive Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954 spelling the end of French colonial rule in Vietnam and, shortly thereafter, the portioning of the country into North and South Vietnam.