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Title:
Situation in South Vietnam
Date of Creation:
April 28, 1965
Date of Declassification:
March 3, 1978
Type of Document:
Directorate of Intelligence report
Level of Classification:
SECRET
Status of Copy:
ORIGINAL
Pagination, Illustration:
21 p., 1 map
Abstract:
The Situation in South Vietnam [political situation: Air Vice Marshall Ky and four other generals have agreed to PM Quat's proposal to dissolve the Armed Forces Council but not to his proposed command reorganization; Catholics may be concerned over replacements of Gens. Dong and Cang and trials of officers implicated in Feb. 19 coup; Quat may fear that participation in a Cambodian Conference might push critics to move against him; internal Buddhist friction is resulting from attempts to exert control over reluctant segments. Economic situation: price of rice continues to rise. Military situation: Viet Cong operations have decreased; antiaircraft weapons and a buildup of forces in southern Quang Tin Province have been reported; South Vietnamese operations have increased; casualty and weapons loss ratio favors South Vietnam; province pacification in the Hop Tac area needs new impetus; the defector program has been improved. Third country developments: Cambodia has announced that the US, South Vietnam, and Thailand have no right to attend the proposed Cambodian Conference; US Army Attache reports that there is some substance to an alleged border violation resulting in the death of a Cambodian; Philippines may send a 2,200-man task force to Vietnam. Bloc developments: Hanoi and Peiping continue to criticize US proposals for unconditional negotiations; Communists endorse Cambodian Conference]. Directorate of Intelligence Report, OCI No. 0617/65. [Apr. 28, 1965?] 21 p., map. SECRET/NO FOREIGN DISSEM/BACKGROUND USE ONLY. Declassified Mar. 3, 1978. Johnson Library, NSF, Countries, Vietnam, Vol. 33.
Indexing Terms:
PHAN HUY QUAT
NGUYEN CAO KY
TRAN VAN MINH
NGUYEN VAN THIEU
PHAM VAN DONG
CHUNG TAN CANG
NGUYEN VAN LA
TRAN VAN PHAN
PHAM NGOC THAO
LAM VAN PHAT
TRAN VAN DO
TRAN QUOC BUU
TRAN VAN TUYEN
PHAM VAN LIEU
NGUYEN CHANH THI
MAI THO TRUYEN
TRAN QUANG THUAN
THICH TAM CHAU
NGUYEN VAN HAI
HOANG XUAN TUU
TRAN VAN AN
NORODOM SIHANOUK
HENRY CABOT LODGE
DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL
LYNDON JOHNSON
EISAKU SATO
U THANT
CHOU EN-LAI
CHEN YI
UNIFIED BUDDHIST ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL
GREATER SOLIDARITY FORCES
MILITARY TRIALS OF OFFICERS INVOLVED IN 19 FEBRUARY 1965 MILITARY COUP
CATHOLIC SUSPICION OF PHAN HUY QUAT GOVERNMENT
ARMED FORCES COUNCIL
POLITICAL SITUATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM
MILITARY SITUATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM
SECURITY SITUATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM
ECONOMIC SITUATION IN SOUTH VIETNAM
PACIFICATION PROGRAM
RURAL RECONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
CHIEU HOI PROGRAM
VIET CONG ACTIVITIES
VIET CONG MILITARY ACTIVITIES
VIET CONG TERRORIST ACTIVITIES
SOUTH VIETNAMESE ARMY CASUALTIES
SOUTH VIETNAMESE ARMY WEAPON LOSSES
VIET CONG CASUALTIES
VIET CONG WEAPON LOSSES
NORTH VIETNAMESE 325TH DIVISION
SOUTH VIETNAMESE 2ND INFANTRY DIVISION
KONTUM PROVINCE
QUANG TIN PROVINCE
QUANG NGAI PROVINCE
PHU BAI AIRFIELD
LONG AN PROVINCE
PHUOC TUY PROVINCE
BINH DUONG PROVINCE
BINH LONG PROVINCE
KIEN HOA PROVINCE
PHONG DINH PROVINCE
BINH DINH PROVINCE
GIA DINH PROVINCE
BIEN HOA PROVINCE
PHU YEN PROVINCE
THIRD COUNTRY DEVELOPMENTS
CAMBODIA
PROPOSED GENEVA CONFERENCE ON CAMBODIA
SOUTH VIETNAMESE DIPLOMATIC EFFORTS IN AFRICA
AFRO-ASIAN CONFERENCE
INDIAN PROPOSAL FOR CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES
PHILIPPINES 2200-MAN TASK FORCE TO SOUTH VIETNAM
JAPAN
COMMUNIST BLOC DEVELOPMENTS
COMMUNIST BLOC POSITION ON CONFERENCE ON CAMBODIA
Declassified Documents Reference System Location:
1979-241A