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The New York Times Article by Le Anh Tu about Nguyen Thai Binh, 4 July, 1972
Item Number: 6-20-8F-116-UA17-95_000143   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

This is a newspaper clipping from The New York Times article titled "Death of a Hero" by Le Anh Tu. Tu writes about the death of Nguyen Thai Binh and his anti-war actions.

Author(s): The New York Times Le Anh Tu

Item Creation Date: 04 July 7 1972

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 14 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Biography of Lt. Col. Le Xuan Chuyen, 28 November, 1967
Item Number: 6-20-9B-116-UA17-95_000163   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

This document is a biography of Lt. Col. Le Xuan Chuyen of The People's Army of The Democratic Republic of North Vietnam. This includes detailed information about Chuyen's involvement with the National Liberation Front headquarters and his eventual deflection and escape to Phan Thiet in August 1966.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 22 November 11 1967

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 19 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Summary List of Recent Actions of Vietnamese Government, National Assembly, and Political Organizations, 18 December 1968
Item Number: 6-20-A4-116-UA17-95_000174   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 5]

This is a summary lists recent actions such as reducing corruption amongst Vietnamese military and civilian officials, strengthening political institutions and the economy, and increased responsibility to develop military and defense capability.

Author(s): Unknown

Item Creation Date: 18 December 12 1969

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Memo about Dang Duc Khoi, 26 December 1967
Item Number: 6-20-A7-116-UA17-95_000177   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

This document is a memo in regards to Dang Duc Khoi, special assistant to Vice-President Nguyen Cao Ky, and his advice to stop anti-American press editorials such as "Cong Chung."

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 26 December 12 1967

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Policies and Programs of The Vietnamese Government, 7 March 1964
Item Number: 6-20-A5-116-UA17-95_000175   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 6]

This is a record of the public statements of policy and programs announced by General Nguyen Khanh, Prime Minister of the Government of Viet-Nam and some of his cabinet members. Topics addressed are reorganization of the government, the Rural Life Hamlet Program, national development, public radio

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Author(s): Unknown

Item Creation Date: 07 March 3 1964

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Assortment of Newspaper Clippings about Nguyen Khanh from Newsweek, 1964
Item Number: 6-20-A6-116-UA17-95_000176   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 6]

This assortment of article clippings from Newsweek address General Nguyen Khanh and recent events such as the coup to overthrow Major General Duong Van Minh, President Lyndon B. Johnh's foreign policy, and debates over neutralization.

Author(s): Newsweek

Item Creation Date: 0 1964

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Chicago Daily News, Wednesday, April 14, 1971. "Touch 'dove' Minh wary of Viet vote fix", By Mark Gayn.
Item Number: 6-20-B1-116-UA17-95_000190   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

This document is an article that was in the Chicago Daily News. The article is in regards to the expected election between Duong Van Minh and President Nguyen Van Thieu.

Author(s): Gayn, Mark Chicago Daily News

Item Creation Date: 14 April 4 1971

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 22 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Chinh Luan Editorial, 21 April 1971
Item Number: 6-20-B3-116-UA17-95_000192   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

This is an editorial from Chinh Luan regarding the platforms of Nguyen Van Thieu, Nguyen Cao Ky and Duong Van Minh in the 1971 presidential election in the Republic of Vietnam.

Author(s): Chinh Luan

Item Creation Date: 21 April 4 1971

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 22 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Record of Dinner Conversation Between Wesley Fishel and Duong Van Minh, 2 April 1971
Item Number: 6-20-B2-116-UA17-95_000191   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

On April 2, 1971 Wesley Fishel had dinner with generals Duong Van Minh and Tran Van Don at the house of Nguyen Ngoc Tho. This document relates the conversations that took place on that occasion.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 02 April 4 1971

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 22 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Interview with Wesley Fishel and Ambassador Vu Van Thai, Washington D.C., 7 July 1966
Item Number: 6-20-BE-116-UA17-95_000202   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 41]

This document is a transcript of an interview between Wesley Fishel and Ambassador Vu Van Thai. The interview took place in Washington D.C. on July 7, 1966. It concerns corruption in the South Vietnamese administration, land reform issues, education, conscription, elections, the judiciary, and

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Author(s): Fishel, Wesley Ambassador Vu Van Thai

Item Creation Date: 07 July 7 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Speech from Vu Van Thai, undated
Item Number: 6-20-C0-116-UA17-95_000234   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 9]

This document is a speech by Vu Van Thai to an American audience sometime after 1965. It is a criticism of communism, and it uses the recent death of Tu Chung, editor of the newspaper Chinh Luan, as a prominent example of communist repression of free thought and debate. It criticizes Ngo Dinh

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Author(s): Vu Van Thai

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Draft of "Welcoming a Vietnamese Friend" by The Editorial Board, 13 October 1965
Item Number: 6-20-C1-116-UA17-95_000235   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 8]

This document contains two different drafts of a report titled "Welcoming a Vietnamese Friend" from The Editorial Board (the newspaper in question is unnamed). The report is in regards to the newly appointed Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States, Vu Van Thai. It provides a general

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Author(s): The Editorial Board

Item Creation Date: 13 October 10 1965

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 28 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Newspaper Articles about Vu Van Thai, 1965
Item Number: 6-20-C2-116-UA17-95_000236   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 3]

The document contains three newspaper articles concerning Vu Van Thai. One discusses his recommendation that the US government restrain Ngo Dinh Diem, one discusses his view that Soviet power could productively counterbalance Chinese influence in Southeast Asia, and the last discusses a visit that

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Author(s): The Washington Post

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Wesley Fishel to Vu Van Thai, 14 July, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-C3-116-UA17-95_000237   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

In this letter, Wesley Fishel asks Vu Van Thai if the embassy of the Republic of Vietnam in America would consider publishing a summary of South Vietnam's laws as well as brief biographies of the candidates in the upcoming election, for the benefit of the American public.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 14 July 7 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Biographical information on Ton That Thien, undated
Item Number: 6-20-D0-116-UA17-95_000238   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

This document contains biographical information on Ton That Thien.

Author(s): MSUG

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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CV of Ton That Thien, undated
Item Number: 6-20-D1-116-UA17-95_000239   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

This document is the CV for Ton That Thien. Notes his extensive experience in the world of the press, including as director of Viet Nam Press, his work with Saigon Daily News, and his time as a correspondent for The Economist, Far Eastern Economic Review, Forum World Service and The Asia Magazine,

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Author(s): MSUG

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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The Geneva Agreements and Peace Prospects in Vietnam by Ton That Thien, May 1956
Item Number: 6-20-D2-116-UA17-95_000240   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 13]

This document contains an article written by Ton That Thien in May of 1956. The article is titled, "The Geneva Agreements and Peace Prospects in Vietnam".

Author(s): Ton That Thien

Item Creation Date: May 5 1956

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Suggestions to Foreign-Returned Students by Ton That Thien, Undated
Item Number: 6-20-D3-116-UA17-95_000241   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 3]

This is a brief note of advice that Ton That Thien wrote to foreign-returned students. It contains advice on how to behave while a student abroad, as well as what to expect upon returning to Vietnam.

Author(s): Ton That Thien

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Mémoire sur le Problème des Etudiants a l'étranger by Ton That Thien, Undated
Item Number: 6-20-D4-116-UA17-95_000242   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

This is a memorandum that Ton That Thien wrote regarding the role of foreign students in national life and government. It argues that study abroad should be more centralized and more closely related to the needs of the national government.

Author(s): Ton That Thien

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Statement by The Vietnam Observer to The United Nations, 10 May 1968
Item Number: 6-20-D5-116-UA17-95_000243   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

The Vietnam Observer made a statement to The United Nations regarding relations with North Vietnam. It notes North Vietnam's increased activity in South Vietnam as a result of a bombing curtailment in 1968. It argues that South Vietnam opposes a reduction in bombing, will not negotiate with the

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Author(s): The Vietnam Observer

Item Creation Date: 10 May 5 1968

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Interview between Oriana Fallaci and Nguyen Van Thieu, 30 December 1972
Item Number: 6-20-D7-116-UA17-95_000245   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 10]

This is a transcript of an interview by Oriana Fallaci of Nguyen Van Thieu. This interview took place in the morning of Saturday, December 30, 1972 at the presidential palace in Saigon. The interview was printed over a month later in The New Republic on January 10, 1973. The interview focuses on

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Author(s): Fallaci, Oriana Nguyen Van Thieu The New Republic Rizzoli Press Service- L'Europeo

Item Creation Date: 30 December 12 1972

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Agrarian Reform in Free Vietnam by Wolf Ladejinsky, 24 October, 1959
Item Number: 6-20-86-116-UA17-95_000134   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 18]

This document was prepared by Wolf Ladejinsky to be addressed at the American Friends of Vietnam Conference on Social Development and Welfare in Vietnam.

Author(s): Ladejinsky, Wolf

Item Creation Date: 24 October 10 1959

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Review of Recommendations of the Reorganization of the Department of Land Registration and Agrarian Reform, Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group, June 1957
Item Number: 6-20-87-116-UA17-95_000135   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 13]

This is the report from the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group meeting with Mr. Do van Cong, Secretary of State for Land Registration and Agrarian Reform on November 9, 1956. This report demonstrates the action taken or reason behind the recommendations from the MSU Vietnam Advisory

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Author(s): Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group

Item Creation Date: June 6 1957

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Review of Recommendations on the Reorganization of the Department of Agriculture, Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group, Saigon, Vietnam, September 1957
Item Number: 6-20-88-116-UA17-95_000136   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 11]

Based on the research and recommendations from the Michigan State University Vietnam Group, this report details the status of reform implementation by the Department of Agriculture.

Author(s): Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group

Item Creation Date: September 9 1957

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Note from Vuong Van Bac to the Chairman of the Security Council of the United States, 16 January, 1974
Item Number: 6-20-89-116-UA17-95_000137   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

Vuong Van Bac, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Vietnam, notifies the United Nations Security Council of China's claim to the archipelagos of Paracels and Spratley [Spratly]. Bac reports that Chinese authorities sent their nationals and boats into the waters surrounding the islands of

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Author(s): Vuong Van Bac

Item Creation Date: 16 January 1 1974

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Vuong Van Bac to the President of the United Nations General Assembly, 20 January, 1974
Item Number: 6-20-8A-116-UA17-95_000138   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

Vuong Van Bac writes to the president of the United Nations General Assembly. The letter is in regards to acts of war being committed by the People's Republic of China against the Republic of Vietnam, in the territorial waters of Hoang-Sa (Paracels).

Author(s): Vuong Van Bac

Item Creation Date: 20 January 1 1974

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Vuong Van Bac to the Secretary General of the United Nations General Assembly, 20 January, 1974
Item Number: 6-20-8B-116-UA17-95_000139   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

Vuong Van Bac writes to the Secretary General of the United Nations General Assembly in regards the claims and recent attacks by the People's Republic of China on the waters near the Paracel Islands. The letter explains how the acts are a breach of international peace and Republic of Vietnam's

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Author(s): Vuong Van Bac

Item Creation Date: 20 January 1 1974

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Note from Vuong Van Bac, 21 January, 1974
Item Number: 6-20-8C-116-UA17-95_000140   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

Vuong Van Bac writes a note in regards to the People's Republic of China claims to the Paracels archipelago and the Spratley [Spratly] archipelago. Bac reports that Chinese authorities sent their nationals and boats into the waters surrounding the islands of Cam-Tuyen (Robert), Quan-Hoa (Duncan)

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Author(s): Vuong Van Bac

Item Creation Date: 21 January 1 1974

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Press Release from the Foreign Minster of the Republic of Vietnam, 19 January, 1974
Item Number: 6-20-8D-116-UA17-95_000141   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

This is a press release issued by the Foreign Minister of the Republic of Vietnam regarding the invasion of Hoang-Sa (Paracels) and Truong-Sa (Spratly) archipelagos by the Chinese on January 19, 1974.

Author(s): The Foreign Minster of the Republic of Vietnam

Item Creation Date: 19 January 1 1974

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Assorted Newspaper Clippings on Ngo Dinh Can's Death, May, 1964
Item Number: 6-20-91-116-UA17-95_000144   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 5]

This is an assortment of newspaper articles in regards to the execution of the younger brother of Ngo Dinh Diem, Ngo Dinh Can. The newspaper sources are The New York Times, The Detroit Free Press, The Washington Post, and Time magazine.

Author(s): New York Times Detroit Free Press The Washington Post Time

Item Creation Date: May 5 1964

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Biographical Information and Itinerary for the Visit of Pham Duy Can to The United States, 26 March to June 21, 1966
Item Number: 6-20-92-116-UA17-95_000145   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 6]

This document contains biographical of Pham Duy Can, composer and musicologist in South Vietnam. The document includes the itinerary for Can's visit, organized through the International Exchange Program, an international visitor program of the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational

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Author(s): National Social Welfare Assembly

Item Creation Date: 0 1966

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Statement of Indictment of Tran Van Can from the Provisional Revolutionary Committee of An Xuyen Village, 19 August, 1969
Item Number: 6-20-93-116-UA17-95_000146   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

This is the statement of indictment of hamlet chief Tran Van Can prepared by The Provisional Revolutionary Committee of An Xuyen Village. The statement explains his actions and the committee's decision to hunt down Can and issued a death penalty. A Vietnamese version of the statement follows.

Author(s): Provisional Revolutionary Committee of An Xuyen Village

Item Creation Date: 19 August 8 1969

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Biographical Information of Important Buu Son Ky Huong Leaders, 16 November, 1970
Item Number: 6-20-94-116-UA17-95_000147   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

This document contains biographical information of important Buu Son Ky Huong (BSKH) leaders, including Quang-Thanh-Long, Tran-Van-Phuc, Nguyen-Tan-Duc, and Nguyen-Long-Chau.

Author(s): Dung Thanh Long

Item Creation Date: 16 November 11 1970

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Biographical Sketch of his Excellency Tran Van Chuong: Former Ambassador of Vietnam to the United States, August 1954
Item Number: 6-20-95-116-UA17-95_000149   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

These are several edited drafts of a biographical report on the former Ambassador of Vietnam to The United States, Tran van Chuong.

Item Creation Date: August 8 1954

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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The Vietnamese Problem by Ambassador Tran Van Chuong, March 1955
Item Number: 6-20-96-116-UA17-95_000150   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 13]

This document is a report on the Vietnamese problem by the former Vietnam Ambassador of the United States, Tran Van Chuong.

Author(s): Ambassador Tran Van Chuong

Item Creation Date: March 3 1955

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 14 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Vietnam and The United States by Tran Van Chuong, undated
Item Number: 6-20-97-116-UA17-95_000151   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 8]

This report documents the history of the relations between the United States and Vietnam. Chuong also explains the reasoning behind Vietnamese political and foreign relations with France, Japan, and China. Chuong includes the text of Emperor Bao Dai's message to President Truman on August 20, 1945.

Author(s): Tran Van Chuong

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Tran Van Chuong to unknown, 13 May, 1955
Item Number: 6-20-98-116-UA17-95_000152   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 2]

Tran Van Chuong writes a letter on behalf of the Vietnamese Red Cross to perhaps the American Red Cross in regards refugee aid.

Author(s): Tran Van Chuong

Item Creation Date: 13 May 5 1955

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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The Cause and Consequence of the Geneva Armistice, Tran Van Chuong, undated
Item Number: 6-20-99-116-UA17-95_000153   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 6]

Tran Van Chuong explains the details of the Geneva Armistice such as the events at Dien Bien Phu, the countries involved in the conference, the division at the 17th parallel, and consequences such as the fleeing of North Vietnamese refugees, the victory of the Viet Minh, and Vietnam's independence

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Author(s): Tran Van Chuong

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Partial Transcript of an Interview Between The Joint United States Public Affair Office and Lt. Col. Le Xuan Chuyen, 24 January, 1968
Item Number: 6-20-9C-116-UA17-95_000164   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 8]

This document is a partial transcript of an interview between The Joint United States Public Affair Office and Lt. Col. Le Xuan Chuyen. The interview was recorded in the JUSPAO Special Projects Branch. The interview is in regards to the efforts that his superiors made to "hoodwink", or

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Author(s): Lt. Col. Le Xuan Chuyen The Joint United States Public Affair Office

Item Creation Date: 24 January 1 1968

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Talk Before a Group of American Experts at Michigan State University by Tran Van Chuong, May 1955
Item Number: 6-20-9A-116-UA17-95_000154   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

Tran Van Chuong briefs the experts at Michigan State University on South Vietnam's history and current political and social conditions. Chuong forewarns his audience about Vietnamese poverty, language barriers, and to not feel tempted to replace the French colonial authorities due to their

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Author(s): Tran Van Chuong

Item Creation Date: May 5 1955

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Tieng Chuong to Wesley Fishel, 14 July, 1956
Item Number: 6-20-9D-116-UA17-95_000168   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 7]

Tieng Chuong describes the hours leading up to the execution of Ba-Cut [Le-quang-Vinh] by guillotine that occurred on July 13, 1956. The letter includes details of attorney Dinh-van-Cac and Pham-ngo-Thu's presence at the Tribunal of Can Tho and Ba-Cut's conversion and final words at the prison.

Author(s): Tieng Chuong

Item Creation Date: 14 July 7 1956

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Xay Dung Newspaper, 26 July, 1970
Item Number: 6-20-9F-116-UA17-95_000170   (Click For More Item Information)
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This is a translated article from the Xay Dung Newspaper in regards to the potentially Communist candidates who attempted to infiltrate the National Assembly Upper House. The article discusses the Central Election Council's ruling and also lists details of the candidates Nguyen-Ba-Nhan,

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Author(s): Xay Dung Newspaper

Item Creation Date: 26 July 7 1970

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Memorandum about Nguyen Ton Hoan, 19 February 1963
Item Number: 6-20-A0-116-UA17-95_000171   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

This document is a memo in regards to Nguyen Ton Hoan, who is a leader of the Dai Viet party of the South and has been resident in Paris since 1954. This memo includes details of his travel between Paris, New York, Lansing, and Washington and plans for his non-sectarian cabinet "Government of

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Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 19 February 2 1963

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

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Letter from Wesley Fishel to Nguyen Ton Hoan, 1963
Item Number: 6-20-A1-116-UA17-95_000172   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 3]

This document is an edited letter that Wesley Fishel wrote to Nguyen Ton Hoan in regards to the coup to overthrow the Diem government. This letter also includes some details on global perspectives on Americans involvement in Vietnam.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: 0 1963

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 19 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Record of a Conversation between Wesley Fishel and Prime Minster Tran Van Huong, 4 July 1968 and 8 July 1968
Item Number: 6-20-A3-116-UA17-95_000173   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 4]

This is a summary description of two separate conversations between Wesley Fishel and Prime Minster Tran Van Huong about Huong's background, cabinet strategies for Saigon, relationship with Thieu [Nguyen Van Thieu] and Ky [Nguyen Cao Ky], and foreign policy with the National Liberation Front.

Author(s): Fishel, Wesley

Item Creation Date: July 7 1968

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Interview between Jerry Landay and Premier Nguyen Cao Ky of Vietnam, Undated
Item Number: 6-20-AA-116-UA17-95_000181   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 9]

This is an interview of Prime Minster of South Vietnam Nguyen Cao Ky by Jerry Landay of Wins Broadcast. The interview discusses the upcoming elections, the Buddhist revolts, political office, political demonstrations, and General Vo Nguyen Giap.

Author(s): Landay, Jerry Nguyen Cao Ky

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Biography of Vice President-Elect Nguyen Cao Ky, undated
Item Number: 6-20-AB-116-UA17-95_000184   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 3]

This document contains biographical information on Nguyen Cao Ky including his education, family, decorations, and positions. His present positions include Commander of the Viet Nam Air Force and Prime Minister, Government of the Republic of Viet Nam.

Author(s): Unknown

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Biography of Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky, Undated
Item Number: 6-20-AC-116-UA17-95_000185   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 1]

This document contains biographical information on the Commander of the Vietnamese Air Force and Prime Minster of South Vietnam, Nguyen Cao Ky.

Author(s): Unknown

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Newspaper Article titled Ky's Actions Disturb West, undated
Item Number: 6-20-AD-116-UA17-95_000186   (Click For More Item Information)
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This is a newspaper clipping on South Vietnam Premier Nguyen Cao Ky's recent proposal to invade North Vietnam and confront Communist China. The article also details Ky's military and political tactics and differences with American strategy.

Author(s): Schweid, Barry

Item Creation Date: No Date

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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Letter from Tran Van Lam to Wesley Fishel, 4 January, 1969
Item Number: 6-20-AE-116-UA17-95_000187   (Click For More Item Information)
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[Number of Pages: 7]

Senator Tran Van Lam asks Wesley R. Fishel for assistance in arranging public relations conferences for Lam's delegation of non-governmental and political party leaders who will visit the United States January 31 to February 2. Biographical information of the delegation members is included.

Author(s): Tran Van Lam

Item Creation Date: 04 January 1 1969

Collection: Wesley R. Fishel Papers

Association: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections

Added: 21 Feb 2013[Updated: 14 Jan 2016]
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