The Role of North Vietnam in the Southern Insurgency

by Joseph Jermiah Zasloff

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An examination of the role that North Vietnam is playing in the present struggle in South Vietnam. The Momorandum also discusses the function of Laos and Cambodia in providing passage and safe haven for the insurgents. It covers the political and military control, personnel, materiel, and psychological contributions of Hanoi, and shows their likely effects on the South Vietnamese and American efforts.

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