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, that we had pacified the whole South with this Strategic Hamlets Programs and in spite of that seeing that they have lost the guerrilla, the subversive war, the Communists dare not to escalate and since dare, and England to put an end before its time to the legislature. Never. They have to coexist until their respective term. The people cannot be summoned because the two cannot get along. We find that too, treaty of Paris has no other purpose than to assure to Vietnam as a whole — north and south — its right to recover under international grants its legitimate power. The Paris Agreement cannot therefore, serve
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As the sister-in-law of President Diem, Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu was considered the first lady of South Vietnam in the late 1950s through the early 1960s. Here she argues that the Diem government was the only legitimate government in South Vietnam, that they were undermined by the United States and that the United States, therefore, paid a price. She discusses the Buddhist Crisis of 1963 and the results of the Paris Peace Accords... more
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02/11/1982
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Vietnam: A Television History / America's Mandarin (1954 - 1963)