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North Vietnamese crisis
Date of Creation:
August 10, 1964
Date of Declassification:
November 8, 1977
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Pagination, Illustration:
8 p.
The North Vietnamese Crisis [military activity: US De Soto patrols will not be resumed; North Vietnam may have received boats to replace damaged units; Chinese deployments to North Vietnam are unconfirmed. World reaction: in view of US "armed aggression," Peking may be prepared to admit publicly to military aid provided North Vietnam; stating that only the signers of the 1954 Geneva agreements are competent to examine the facts, North Vietnam denies the right of the UNSC to consider the situation]. Memorandum, SC No. 10120/64. Aug. 10, 1964. 8 p. TOP SECRET/NO FOREIGN DISSEM. SANITIZED copy. Released Nov. 8, 1977. Johnson Library, NSF, Countries, Vietnam, Southeast Asia, Special Intelligence Material.
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