The Viet Cong in Saigon: Tactics and Objectives During the Tet Offensive
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This Memorandum is one in a series of studies prepared by The RAND Corporation on the Viet Cong movement, with the continuing interest and support of the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Affairs). The present study deals with the political activities of Viet Cong and North Vietnamese forces among the population in Saigon and its environs during the Tet offensive of February 1968, and with some of the popular reactions to Viet Cong behavior at this time and subsequently.
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