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Improvement of informational-psychological program in South Vietnam
Date of Declassification:
September 10, 1976
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Pagination, Illustration:
7 p.
Improvement of Informational-Psychological Program in South Vietnam [account of goals and methods of an improved information program. Goals: improve the morale of the people of South Vietnam; warn North Vietnam against continued aggression; disseminate information to the people of the US and Europe so as to maintain their support. Methods: engage Khanh in "fire-side chats"; program radio and film exploitation of Viet Cong atrocities and improve cooperation with US correspondents]. Report. [Late 1963 or 1964.] 7 p. SECRET. SANITIZED copy. Released Sept. 10, 1976.
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