National Geographic : 1964 Sep
Sails furled, fishing boats an chor in the harbor of Nha Trang; the fleet's catch of group er, mackerel, and snapper rides the train to market. An aura of peace pervades this afternoon scene, but Communists fre quently terrorize the coast. Last June, at a spot 10 miles south of here, guerrillas blew up four railway cars, killing 20 passen gers and injuring 40. In a bowl-like boat made of gum-calked bamboo, fishermen of Nha Trang paddle quiet wa ters to check their nets.