Tet Offensive: Maps

Many of the maps listed below were created by the Army Corps of Engineers and were donated to the Vietnam Archive. The maps, for the most part, are from the Vietnam War era or before and can be a good tool for visualizing the locations of specific events of the war related through our documents or oral history interviews.

Please note that these maps are only a sampling of the ones available from the Vietnam Archive. To find more use the Maps Database Search Page, where you can find maps via keyword, latitude and longitude or grid zone coordinates.

Click on the item number to view the complete record for the map or click on the thumbnail to view a larger image. The list below each map shows the digital copies available for download. Right click on the version of the map you want (shown in red type) and click Save Target As to download the digital copy to your hard drive.

I Corps

II Corps

III Corps

  • Saigon Street Map
    • Item #: MAP12090106
    • Vietnam Archive Map Collection
    • Scale Not Listed
    •  Further information about sightseeing in Saigon, the average rate of exchange, and another small map with an accompanying index can be located on the reverse side of the map. The index is particularly unique for it denotes an array of locations, activities, and interests, including churches, banking facilities, cultural activities, BBQs, hotels, military installations, shopping, and much more. T... (more
    • Link to map of Saigon Street Map - Versions Available for Download:

      Full Size PDF - approx. size: 2.6MB
      8.5 x 11 PDF - approx. size: 0.3MB
      Large JPG Image - approx. size: 4.1MB
      Smaller JPG Image - approx. size: 0.4MB

IV Corps