Extract from interview with Helen Frizzell, 10-11 June 2008
Reproduced with permission of Ken Treanor
There's another photograph of you here getting a haircut in a Montagnard village in July 1973.
Kontum [name of village].
Typically where would you have got your haircut?
Oh like that – anywhere. The barbers and carpenters, people selling bread. All sorts of people – just street traders. So you'd get your haircut and get your toenails trimmed – get your teeth filled.
And what were the haircuts you got like?
Oh not bad. I didn't know – didn't take any notice [laughs].
Vietnam War Oral History Project, Manatu Taonga Ministry for Culture & Heritage