Interview with Nguyen Khanh, 1981
Nguyen Khanh is the former Chief of State and Prime Minister of South Vietnam. In this interview, Nguyen Khanh recalls the events of November 1960 when he helped save Ngo Dinh Diem. He explains that there had been an attack on Independence Palace and Nguyen Khanh had believed it was a coup. He also talks about the operations that took place against the north in 1964, and his feelings about bringing American combat troops into Vietnam.
Ngo Dinh Diem versus the drive to reform
Tape 1, Side 1
Okay. This is sound roll #2615, Vietnam T885. Goes with Control 628. Today's the 29th of April, 1981. 7 1/2 by pf 60 cycles, 24 frames and here's the tone at minus 8.
And uh this'll be an interview with uh Mr. KHANH. This is an interview with Nguyen Khanh, K-h-a-n-h. Camera Roll 629 is...
Evaluation of democracy and the American presence in the South
Nguyen Khanh stages the 1964 coup
Everything up to this point should be...is for Elizabeth Deane and should be charged to her.
These are gonna be just word clarifications in case you have to replace a word.
Assumption of power and the prospect of a march north
The secret 34A operations of 1964
Tape 1, Side 2
This is uh sound roll uh, #2616, Vietnam T885, we have uh camera roll 631. Today's the 29th of April, 1981, 7 1/2 by pf 60 cycles, 24 frames. Continuing interview with uh Mr. Khanh...and uh...we'll have Take 3 coming up, Scene 8, Take 3. And here's a tone at minus 8.
Confrontation with Maxwell Taylor in November 1964
American escalation and forcing out of Nguyen Khanh
Okay, we're going to roll 632.