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North Vietnam:

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, officially Socialist Republic of Vietnam, republic (2005 est. pop. 83,536,000), 128,400 sq mi (332,642 sq km), Southeast Asia. Occupying the eastern coastline of the Southeast Asian peninsula, Vietnam is bounded by China on the north, by Laos and Cambodia on the west,
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North Vietnam

a region of N Vietnam, on the Gulf of Tonkin: an independent Communist state from 1954 until 1976. Area: 164 061 sq. km (63 344 sq. miles)
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It was essential for political and military purposes that sufficient information be obtained on the number and location of North Vietnamese and Viet Cong units and that political cadres and operatives be identified.
The Hmong had great success fighting a guerrilla war but suffered heavy losses when pressured by Washington to engage in more conventional battles against North Vietnamese regulars.
What do you suppose Senator John McCain, who enjoyed the caring hospitality of the North Vietnamese for quite some time as a vow, would have to say about this idyll?
In addition, Berman sheds new light on George McGovern's diplomatic exchanges with the North Vietnamese in the fall of 1971, exchanges that came dangerously close to violating the Logan Act and were as serious an interference in U.
It is one capable of sustaining him in the harshest of circumstances, whether the challenges to it are posed by his North Vietnamese captors or the U.
Part of the process involved agitation--activating the North Vietnamese military monitors to see how their communications and codes functioned.
Bliss, a dedicated Air Force pilot who spent over 6 1/2 years in a North Vietnamese POW camp after being shot down during the Vietnam War.
Their narratives highlight the scale of the mass migration from north to south in 1954, including the exodus of many northern Buddhists opposed to communism, the extent of North Vietnamese military build-up and infiltration into South Vietnam during the war, and the strength of southern patriotism.
General LeMay and others argued that military targets, rather than the enemy's resolve, should be attacked and that the blows should be rapid and sharp, with the impact felt immediately by the North Vietnamese Army on the battlefield as well as by the political leadership at Hanoi.
Harry Summers said the same thing to his North Vietnamese counterpart after the war, who replied that it was true, "but it is also irrelevant.
This first book covers the military aspects of South Vietnam's defeat and addresses five critical questions: (1) when did the North Vietnamese decide to renew the war; (2) how did they disguise their decision and construct a surprise assault on Ban Me Thuot; (3) why did President Nguyen Van Thieu withdraw his regular military forces from the Central Highlands; (4) what triggered South Vietnam's fall militarily in 55 days; and (5) was the South Vietnamese military inept?

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