Journalist Don Anderson recalls his memories of the final days of the Vietnam War to BBC Newsline's Andy West
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Looking back at the fall of Saigon, forty years later

Forty years ago, the Vietnam war came to an end when the capital city Saigon fell to the communist north.

Only a handful of journalists were there during the final days, including a BBC reporter from Northern Ireland, Don Anderson.

On the anniversary, he looks back at the fall of Saigon, telling his story to BBC Newsline's Andy West.

  • 30 Apr 2015