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Situation in Vietnam
Date of Creation:
February 24, 1965
Date of Declassification:
November 22, 1976
Type of Document:
Office of Current Intelligence memorandum
Level of Classification:
Status of Copy:
Pagination, Illustration:
5 p.
The Situation in Vietnam (political situation: Khanh is resigned to his new position as "roving ambassador." Military situation: Viet Cong activity continues to increase, possibly to take advantage of political upheaval in Saigon. Foreign relations: USSR continues to stress the need to prevent a wider conflict in Southeast Asia; USSR agrees to France's proposal of a Vietnam conference on condition that US bombings of North Vietnam are halted for two weeks). Office of Current Intelligence Memorandum, SC No. 03257/65. Feb. 24, 1965. 5 p. Security classification not given. SANITIZED copy. Released Nov. 22, 1976.
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