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Manpower, morale, evacuation : extracts from CIA-DIA appraisals
Date of Declassification:
September 1, 1992
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Pagination, Illustration:
3 p.
There has been no evidence to indicate that Hanoi's determination to pursue the was has declined. Likewise, there is no evidence that the morale of the populace has decreased. However, the increasing hardships being borne by the people have resulted in instances of skepticism of the regime's propaganda line. There has also been continued emphasis on evacuation from urban areeas. Although the role of women in certain activities is to be expanded, North Vietnam does not appear to be suffering from a general manpower shortage.
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