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National Defense Force, clandestine Vietnamese organization which is predominantly Catholic, anti-neutralist, pro-Huong and anti-Khanh
Date of Creation:
January 22, 1965
Type of Document:
Intelligence information cable
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Status of Copy:
Pagination, Illustration:
10 p.
"National Defense Force", clandestine Vietnamese organization which is predominantly Catholic, anti-neutralist, pro-Huong, and anti-Khanh (NDF fears that Viet Cong have infiltrated the govt. to the point of taking power and that Khanh is collaborating with the Buddhists to form a neutralist gove.; NDF is prepared to lead a coup against Khanh). Intelligence Information Cable, TDCS-314/00919-65. Jan. 22, 1965. 10 p. Security classification not given. SANITIZED copy. Released date not given.
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