Monthly Archives: May 2015

Kissinger’s betrayal: He sold out South Vietnam in the 1973 Paris Accords

By Dieu Khuonghuu This year will mark on April 30 the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon to the north Vietnamese communist troops who arrived in their sophisticated soviet T-54 tanks crashing into the gates of south Vietnam’s Independence … Continue reading

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Economic Boom Poses a New Threat, Among Many, to a Vietnamese Heritage

By EDWARD WONG.  APRIL 29, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/30/world/asia/economic-boom-poses-a-new-threat-among-many-to-a-vietnamese-heritage.html?_r=02015 HUE, Vietnam — This is a city of edifices and their ghosts. Straddling the Perfume River in central Vietnam, Hue was the seat of the last imperial dynasty, and it has long been known … Continue reading

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Last Day of Vietnam

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40 Years After the Fall of Saigon, Veterans and Vietnamese Reflect

By: Kim Cung http://www.nbcneb.com/home/headlines/40-Years-After-the-Fall-of-Saigon-Veterans-and-Vietnamese-Reflect-302053831.html Forty years ago Saigon, the capitol of South Vietnam, fell to communist North Vietnam. Central Nebraska is home to many veterans from the war and a number of Vietnamese people. The war may have been 40 … Continue reading

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