Interview with Nguyen Cao Ky, 1981
Nguyen Cao Ky served as Prime Minister of South Vietnam from 1965 until 1967 and then Vice President unti 1971. Nguyen Cao Ky recalls wanting to move the war north as a way to stop the Communists from infilitrating South Vietnam. As much as Nguyen Cao Ky wanted to see a unified Vietnam, he knew that was not possible and that the higher priority was to stop the spread of communism. Nguyen Cao Ky also talks about the Buddhist unrest in 1964 and his arrangement for the departure of Nguyen Khnah.
Pursuit of victory in North Vietnam
Tape 1 Side 1
Huntington Beach, California Tone will be minus 10. Speed. Mark it.
Buddhist unrest and Nguyen Khanh's leadership
Relations with Maxwell Taylor in 1964
Ky becomes prime minister
Role and achievement of A.R.V.N. in relation to the Americans and Tet
Nguyen Cao Ky
Tape 1, Side 2
Political and social impact of the American presence in the South
Encounters with protesters
Thieu in relation to the 1971 elections and the Paris Agreements
Watergate and public opinion regarding the war
NGUYEN CAO KY
This is Sound Roll #2635. Vietnam T 885. Date is 5/7/81.
Talking minus ten. Continuing interview with NGUYEN CAO KY
Fall of the South
The war in hindsight and contemporary Vietnam
Rational for an offensive in the North
SR 2635 Side 1
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