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Viet Cong status and propects : 1966-67
Date of Declassification:
August 6, 1992
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Pagination, Illustration:
16 p.
The enemy documents captured during recent months, especially during Operation CEDAR FALLS, combined with prisoner interrogation reports, begin to give a picture of the present status of the Viet Cong and their future prospects. This report includes sections on: 1) Viet Cong military and political strategy in 1966; 2) Results of Viet Cong 1966 plans; 3) The Party's response; 4) Viet Cong plans for 1967; 5) Conclusions
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