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South Vietnam Durable Diem PDF Print E-mail
Written by Time.com   
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 15:25

At 7 a.m, in the second-floor study of Saigon's yellow stucco Freedom Palace, South Viet Nam's President Ngo Dinh Diem was absorbed in a biography of George Washington

Flight of the Rebels PDF Print E-mail
Written by Google Search   
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 15:20

On the early morning of Feb. 27, 1962, two VNAF Skyraiders took off from Bien Hoa airbase for a close air support in the 4th tactical corps, but instead of flying straight to the target area, both aircraft made a sharp right turn to Saigon vicinity and bombed the Presidential Independence Palace.


In an attempt to assassinate President Ngo Dinh Diem, the two young First Lt. Pham Phu Quoc and Second Lt. Nguyen Van Cu destroyed the left wing of the Presidential Palace by dropping their 500 lbs bombs. President Ngo Dinh Diem narrowly escaped the air raid. Lt. Nguyen Van Cu flew to Cambodia for political asylum and Lt. Pham Phu Quoc survived a crash-landing in Saigon River. It is necessary to remind that at that time period, President Ngo Dinh Diem's administration had been criticized for his authoritarianism against political dissidents and for the tacit policy of Buddhism persecution; not counting his tight grip on power by appointing his close relatives at many positions throughout the upper echelon of central and provincial government. In that political atmosphere, the "renegade" P.P.Quoc endured harsh interrogation while in incarceration.


On 1st November of 1963, the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) launched a coup d'etat and succeeded in overthrowing Ngo Dinh Diem's administration

From Ellsberg to Assange: The Pentagon Papers to WikiLeaks PDF Print E-mail
Written by Phillip Jennings   
Thursday, 24 March 2011 14:54

There is no shortage of books and articles chronicling the sometimes abysmal main stream media coverage of the Viet Nam War.

Trip to Vietnam Revives Hatred of Communism PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dennis Prager   
Saturday, 19 March 2011 17:21

2/15/2011 - It was difficult to control my emotions -- specifically, my anger -- during my visit to Vietnam last week.

Unicorns and Dragons, Myopic Views of Viet Nam PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bill Laurie   
Friday, 18 March 2011 01:32

“One judgmental conclusion then is that America did not at the time and does not today understand the essence of the Viet NamWar.  In this ignorance lie both past tragedy and future danger.” (1)

Ann Margret & Her Gracious Act PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wife of Veteran Richard   
Friday, 04 March 2011 23:04
 This is a good counter-balance story to the Jane  Fonda, Vietnam Woman Of The Year story.
1971: Kennedy's Vietnam Intervention PDF Print E-mail
Written by Montgomery County Sentinel   
Friday, 07 January 2011 22:15

Former Sen. Wayne Morse of Oregon said Saturday that a still secret study of American Vietnam policy was causing President Kennedy “to fear the Pentagon, State Department, and CIA would suck him into a Bay of Pigs in Vietnam.

The Vietnam War PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dr. Nguyen Gia Tien, MD   
Saturday, 18 April 2009 22:31
Important points to grasp : - Not a war between the USA and Vietnam, as pretended by the actual Communist Vietnamese Government in Hanoi, and in some Western books. - It’s the war of subversion in South Vietnam between the Communist insurgents infiltrating from North Vietnam, supported by the Communist Bloc (Russia, China ...), and the South Vietnamese people supported by the USA and the Western world. It's somewhat like the Korean war, an ideological war. ...
The Fall of Saigon PDF Print E-mail
Written by PhanThanh   
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 15:10
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President Lyndon Johnson announced a partial halt to the bombing of North Vietnam PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Frances FitzGerald   
Friday, 06 February 2009 16:00
In the wake of the Tet offensive, on March 31, 1968, President Lyndon Johnson announced a partial halt to the bombing of North Vietnam, initiated peace talks with Hanoi, and declared he would not run for a second term. In that election year, Richard Nixon called for “peace with honor” and defeated Vice President Hubert Humphrey, who could not attack Johnson for waging what had become a hugely unpopular war. Many Americans assumed that peace would come in short order. But, though the peace talks had begun, fighting in Vietnam continued for another seven years. In those years, Nixon gradually ...
The Final Day of My Husband's Life PDF Print E-mail
Written by Pham Thi Kim Hoang   
Friday, 30 January 2009 21:15
1. The Final Day of My Husband's Life April-30-1975 Pham Thi Kim Hoang(General Le van Hung's wife) My husband was stationed in the Delta in Can Tho in the spring of 1975 where he was vice commander for Military Region IV (MR IV) under General Nguyen Khoa Nam. In March, when the North Vietnamese Army attacked Ban Me Thuot, I was in Bien Hoa. My husband contacted me during the battle and he told me to move to MR IV. He said the Communists would march on to MR III, which include Saigon, from Ban Me Thuot and he did ...
In commemoration of the 30th of April Day - Vietnam, a meaningful experience PDF Print E-mail
Written by Huong Duong   
Saturday, 15 November 2008 07:59
San Francisco, April 15 1985 1954: the Dien Bien Phu battle was the ominous harbinger of a further final victory of the Communists over the whole country. Winning this battle, they won the ten-year lingering war during which they had to fight in hardest conditions. It was the first step to consequent obvious victories, not only in Vietnam but also in the neighboring countries of Cambodia and Laos. With the Geneva Treaty, the vanquished French troops left for ever their former colonial territory after being there for more than one hundred years, ceding place to the Americans. Embittered by the Dien ...
Agreement on the Independence of Vietnam PDF Print E-mail
Written by France and Vietnam   
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 13:27
(MARCH, 1946) 1. The French Government recognises the Republic of Vietnam as a free state, having its Government. its Parliament, its army, and its finances, and forming part of the Indochinese Federation and the French Union. With regard to the unification of the three Ky (Nam Ky, or Cochin China, Trung Ky, or Annam, Bac Ky, or Tonkin), the French Government undertakes to follow the decisions of the people consulted by referendum. 2. The Government of Vietnam declares itself ready to receive the French army in friendly fashion when, in accord with international agreements, it relieves the Chinese troops. An ...
Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam PDF Print E-mail
Written by Democratic Republic of VN   
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 13:24
DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VlET-NAM(September 2, 1945) All men are created equal; they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights; among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. This immortal statement was made in the Declaration of Independence of the United States of America in 1776. In a broader sense, this means: All the peoples on the earth are equal from birth, all the peoples have a right to live, to be happy and free. The Declaration of the French Revolution made in 1791 on the Rights of Man and the Citizen also ...
Abdication of Bao Dai, Emperor of Annam PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bao Dai   
Wednesday, 05 November 2008 13:20
Emperor Bao Dai (AUGUST, l945) The happiness of the people of Vietnam! The Independence of Vietnam! To achieve these ends, we have declared ourself ready for any sacrifice and we desire that our sacrifice be useful to the people. Considering that the unity of all our compatriots is at this time our country's need, we recalled to our people on August 22: "In this decisive hour of our national history, union means life and division means death." In view of the powerful democratic spirit growing in the north of our kingdom, we feared that conflict between north and south could be ...
The Fall of Saigon 1975: An Eyewitness Report PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Pilger   
Monday, 03 November 2008 14:35
http://www.lewrockwell.com/pilger/pilger25.html (30-10-2008) Saigon, April 1975. At dawn I was awake, lying under my mattress on the floor tiles, peering at my bed propped against the French windows. The bed was meant to shield me from flying glass; but if the hotel was attacked with rockets, the bed would surely fall on me. Killed by a falling bed: that somehow made sense in this, the last act of the longest-running black farce: a war that was always unnecessary and often atrocious and had ended the lives of three million people, leaving their once bountiful land petrified. The long-awaited drive, by the legatees ...
Intelligence and Vietnam: The Top Secret 1969 State Department Study PDF Print E-mail
Written by National Security Archive   
Monday, 27 October 2008 08:34

Binh Duong Battlefronts PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 26 October 2008 08:54


New Documentary Reveals Secret U.S., Chinese Diplomacy Behind Nixon's Trip (Dec.21, 2004) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The National Security Archive   
Sunday, 26 October 2008 07:46

JFK and the Diem Coup PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Prados   
Saturday, 25 October 2008 23:25

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