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Weekly Report: The Situation in South Vietnam

Item Number: 0410217002
 Document
Language
English
Number of Pages
19
Digital Object Type
Document
Original Repository
Central Intelligence Agency
Physical Location
Box 02, Folder 17

Dates

  • Existence: 2 December 1964
  • Existence: Majority of material found within 2 December 1964

General Note / OCR

The Week in Perspective I. Situation Within South VIetnam A. Political Situation Huong still firm (p. 1); martial law imposed (p. 1); Buddhist leaders Chau and Quang join forces (p. 2); United Buddhist opposition may endanger government stability (p. 3); military supports Huong, criticizes Khanh (p. 4); Communist sabotage plans (p. 5); Vimytex labor dispute settled (p. 5). B. Military Situation Viet Cong activity remains relatively light (p. 6); VC casualties hit all-time high (p. 6); most ARVN successes in north (p. 6); casualty figures (p. 7); C. Pacification Notable progress in most areas (p. 8); money problems in IV Corps area being checked (p. 8); Hop Tac results encouraging (p. 8); US Mission Council and Government of Vietnam Internal Security meet (p. 8). II. Third Country Developments Cambodian relations dominate Government of Vietnam foreign affairs (p. 11); ICC receives Hanoi and Saigon complaints (p. 12); Canada and Denmark promise flood relief funds (p. 12

Pub Credit Line
0410217002, Central Intelligence Agency Collection, The Vietnam Center and Archive, Texas Tech University

Added: 30 Oct 2001 [Updated: 17 Apr 2002]