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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

 
During Operation 'Passage to Freedom', 1954 PDF Print E-mail
Written by USS Bayfield   
Tuesday, 25 November 2008 21:53

 

 
CIA report on Feb. 26, 1968 about the Tet Offensive PDF Print E-mail
Written by CIA report   
Monday, 27 October 2008 17:17

 

 
Report on Red China's Scheme of Expansion PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 01 October 2008 10:46

 
China and Vietnam Sign Land Border Treaty PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 30 September 2008 15:07

 
A Journey to Freedom (1975 - 1980) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Saigon Echo search   
Saturday, 27 September 2008 06:27
 
Vietnam protests over Chinese PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 08:34

 
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

 
CIA report on April 8, 1968 about the Tet Offensive PDF Print E-mail
Written by CIA report   
Monday, 27 October 2008 18:12

 

 
Generation Gap PDF Print E-mail
Written by Duyen Cu   
Saturday, 27 September 2008 06:39
 
Lansdale Team's Report on Covert Saigon Mission in 1954 and 1955 PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Pentagon Papers   
Friday, 26 September 2008 22:35
 
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.

 
CIA report on Feb. 14, 1968 about the Tet Offensive at Da Nang Province PDF Print E-mail
Written by CIA report   
Monday, 27 October 2008 18:16

 

 
The History of Vietnamese Immigration PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marc Povell   
Saturday, 27 September 2008 07:43
 
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.

 
A little Vietnamese girl and a pepple (La Petite Vietnamienne et le galet) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Trần Trung Đạo   
Sunday, 21 December 2008 20:58
 
JFK and the Diem Coup PDF Print E-mail
Written by John Prados   
Monday, 17 November 2008 15:00

 

 
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)

 
CIA and the House of Ngo PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas L. Ahern, Jr.   
Tuesday, 05 May 2009 22:21

 

 
The Pain of a Refugee PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thong Ba Le   
Saturday, 27 December 2008 21:47
 
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