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During the war, the kids played (laughing, running, probably hide and seek type games, chasing balls, etc.). Adults were busy working, however, during late night patrols and ambushes, US patrols often observed the adults in their homes (hootchs) playing some sort of cards or Chess type games in the main portion of their house. They wouldn't come out of their home, unless directed to by the patrol, or else they faced getting shot. There were curfews in effect in certain zones during the war, not the type you're used to now...but the type in which, "anyone observed, unless identified as friendly, were fired upon." These were primarily "free fire zone" type areas.

As you might see, this sort of cut down on night entertainment for the local population.

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