Vietnam Center and Archive Collection Finding Aid

Collection Finding Aid

Title
Central Intelligence Agency Collection
Collection Number
041
Date(s)
Undated
Size
8.0 linear feet
Physical Location(s)
D080.5C
Processed by
R. Frankum, Nov. 2001[Updated: Feb. 2006 by T. Reynolds]
Digitization Status
Items from this collection have been digitized and are available in the Virtual Vietnam Archive.

To search for items within this collection, or within all of the holdings of the Vietnam Archive, go to the Virtual Vietnam Archive

Scope and Content

Eight linear feet of declassified documents of the United States Central Intelligence Agency document the Vietnam War, Vietnam, and Southeast Asia. The date range is from 1959 to 1987 (bulk 1962-1973). They contain situation reports of South Vietnam and Laos, (some monthly, others weekly); intelligence reports on North Vietnam or on special topics such as air capability; memoranda and other communications regarding POW sightings and identification; and miscellaneous reports on other topics. Some of the documents have been "sanitized."

Rights and Access

Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research

Collection Inventory

Contents
Box
Folder
Location
To Move a Nation: The Politics and Foreign Policy of the Kennedy Administration
1
1
Rolling Thunder and Bomb Damage to Bridges
Appraisal of the Situation in Vietnam
Appraisal of the Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation In South Vietnam
The Situation In South Vietnam
Schemes of the Dia Viet Leaders to Assume Power
Item B

The Sino-Vietnamese Effort to Limit American Actions in Vietnam
Planned Changes in the leadership of the Government of Vietnam in the Next Ten Days
2
South Vietnamese Reaction to American Retaliatory Action Against North Vietnam
Khan Group Considers Selection of younger Civilian Prime Minister
Plan Underway to Free Arrested Generals
Situation Appraisal as of 11/30/63
The Situation in South Vietnam (Khan Government

GVN-Fr. relations

economy)
Marine Brigade Commander's Concern Over the Possibility of Another Coup
Efforts of Colonel Duong Ngoc Lam to Promote a Coup Against General Nguyen Khan
U.S. Military Activity in North Vietnam
Sitrep as of 0725 Hours Local Time 1/30/64
North Vietnamese Request for Indonesian Support in Preventing United Nations Action - Vietnam War
3
Roles of Buddhist Leaders and Nguyen Khan in Relation to US Action Against North Vietnam
Withdrawals of American Dependents

Pleiku
Soviet Diplomat's Hint Regarding Mediation with North Vietnam
Demonstrations Against US Embassies in Support of North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Security Conditions in Kien Hoa Province

Changes in Communist Tactics

etc
Views of Dr. Tran Kim Tuyen on Vietnamese Reactions to Increased US Military Aid
Reaction of Viet Cong in South Vietnam to US Bombings in North Vietnam
Viet Cong Military Activity in South Vietnam
France's Recent Role in Vietnam Discussions
4
The Situation in South Vietnam (Moscow-Hanoi Relations)
The Situation in South Vietnam
Comments of a Soviet United Nations Employee on the Vietnam Situation
The Current Position of Hanoi and Peiping on a Negotiated Settlement in Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Free World Reaction to the Vietnam Air Strikes
USSR Permanent Mission to the UN on Consequences of Extension of the War to North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam 20-24 March 1964
Possible Viet Cong Attack on Ban Me Thout
An Assessment of Present Viet Cong Military Capabilities
5
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
The Current State of Morale in North Vietnam
The Organization, Activities, and Objectives of the Communist Front in South Vietnam
Possible Effects of a Proposed US Course of Action on DRV Ability to Support South Vietnam Insurgency
Bomb Damage Inflicted on North Vietnam through April 1967
Communist Reactions to Possible US Courses of Action Against North Vietnam
Lord Home's Interpretation of the Vietnam Situation and British Domestic Issues
Probable Consequences of Certain US Actions with Respect to Vietnam and Laos
Soviet Attitudes and Intentions Toward The Vietnam War
Yugoslav Government's Views Concerning the Vietnam Situation
6
Soviet Policy on Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Communist Reactions to Possible US Actions
Kwesi Armah's Account of the Ghana Mission to Hanoi
Background to President Nkrumah's Second Letter to President Johnson
Letter from Ghanian President Nkrumah to Yugoslav President Tito on the Vietnam Situation
Grave Site of American Pilot
The Situation in South Vietnam
President Nkrumah's Proposed Visit to North Vietnam

North Vietnamese Views of the Vietnam Conflict
The Situation in Vietnam
7
Nguyen Khan Plan to Involve the United States in North Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
Supplement North Vietnam (Protection of Route S)
Memo to Bundy From Cline on Weekly Situation in Vietnam
Effectiveness of T-28 Strikes on Laos
Supplement III Developments in the Bloc
The Situation in Vietnam
Relationship of Hanoi to Revolutionary Base in the South
8
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
Vietnam Checklist for the DI
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
Memo to Bundy from Cline, CIA Situation Report
Trends of Communist Insurgency in South Vietnam
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
The North Vietnamese Crisis
9
Communist Jet Fighter Reaction During the US Leaflet Drop
Status of the War in South Vietnam
The North Vietnamese Situation
The North Vietnamese Crisis
Supplement to Vietnam Weekly
The North Vietnamese Crisis
The North Vietnamese Crisis
Vietnam Checklist for the DCI
The North Vietnamese Crisis
Cambodia and the Viet Cong
10
The Situation in South Vietnam, Information as of 1600 18 June 1965
The Situation in Vietnam as of 1030 EST
Communist Troop Movements in Laos
The Situation in South Vietnam as of 0600 EST
Capture of Two US Pilots During Three Day Air Attack in the Sam Neua Area of Houa Phan Province
Hanoi's View of the War
Memo to Bundy from Smith, Subject: Cambodia and the Viet Cong
Interdiction of Communist Infiltration Routes in Vietnam
Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
11
The Situation in Vietnam
Special DCI Briefing for Senator Stennis: Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam
Vietnam: General Khanh to be Roving Ambassador
Possible PAVN Tactical Command Headquarters in South Vietnam
Communist Military Posture and Capabilities Vis-a vis Southeast Asia
The Situation in Vietnam as of 1030 EST
Communist Reaction to Barrel Roll Missions
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
12
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
Reported Air Strike Damage to North Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
Memo to Smith from Cooper, Subject: The Situation in Long An Province: A Case Study
The Situation in Vietnam as of 0600 EST
Possible Pathet Lao Execution of Downed US Pilot
2
13
The Situation in South Vietnam 18-24 June 64
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
North Vietnamese Viewpoints on the Vietnamese Situation
Chinese News Official's Comments on Vietnam
Views of the Chinese Communist Counselor on Negotiated Settlement in Vietnam
Death of US Pilot in Thu Phong Village, Ky Son District, Hoa Binh Province, North Vietnam
Sighting of Dead US Pilot in Hoa Binh Province, North Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam
Possible Viet Cong Attack on the City of Quang Ngai by 12 October 1964
14
Communist Reaction to Increased US Pressure Against North Vietnam
Armored Corps Plans to Prevent Any Future Coup Attempts
Identification of the "Young Turk" Group of Military Commanders and Their Views Concerning General Nguyen Khan, and Other Matters
Support of Two Key "Young Turk" Commanders for Continued Strong Influence of Military Officers in the Next Government
Viet Cong Planning for the Bien Hoa Attack
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
South Vietnam Situation Report
Viet Cong Infiltration into Northern South Vietnam
Situation of II Corps Commanders
15
Statement of Military Security Chief General Linh Quang Vien That General Nguyen Khanh has Told Troops to "Hold" the Situation
Flare Drops by the Vietnamese Air Force Over Saigon
General Ton That Xung's Support of General Nguyen Khanh
1. Reactions of Tran Quoc Buu, Catholic Priests and Ton That Xung to Coup Attempt of General Lam Van Phat 2. Appointment of General Tran Ngoc Tam as Military Governor of Saigon/Cholon
1. Attempt by General Duong Van Duc to Obtain Student Support for the Coup 2. Appointment by General Nguyen Khanh of General Tran Ngoc Tam as Military Prefect of Saigon
Conjecture on the Part of Catholic Priests Concerning Arguments Used to Convince Junior Officers of the 7th and 9th Divisions to Move Units to Saigon
Sitrep as of 1930 Hours Local 13 September
1. Background to Coup D'Etat Plotting Suggesting Involvement of Col. Huynh Van Ton and Gen. Duong Van Duc 2. Central Intelligence Organization's Chief's View that the Coup is Ill-Advised
Deterioration in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
16
Possible Questions and Suggested Answers Relating to a Public Statement on Infiltration
Materials for a Public Presentation
Public Statement on VC Infiltration
Situation in South Vietnam
Reconciliation of Present and Past Estimates of VC Infiltration
The Situation in South Vietnam
Viet Cong Plans and Intentions in South Vietnam: Situation Appraisal as of Mid-September 1964
Summary Statement on Infiltration of Military and Technical Personnel from North to South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Propaganda Display of Four American Pilots in Houa Phan Province
17
Sighting of Two Downed U.S. Pilots in Hoa Binh Province, North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Infiltration of Military and Technical Personnel from North to South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Viet Cong Statements on Recent Crisis in Saigon and on Future Course of the War in South Vietnam
Downing of an American Plane Over Long Toan District, Vinh Binh Province, in 1969
18
Chinese Warning of Impending Developments in North Vietnam
Sighting of Dead U.S. Pilot in Quang Yen District, Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam
Observation of Wounded U.S. Prisoner of War in Haiphong Hospital
Sighting of Downed U.S. Jet in Nam Ha Province, North Vietnam, in Which Pilots Reportedly Killed
Two American Prisoners of War Observed at School on Bo Song Street, Hanoi City
Sighting of Two Dead Pilots in Quang Sinh Province
Sighting of Crash of a U.S. Air Force F-105 in Hai Hung Province, North Vietnam
Sighting of a Downed U.S. Plane in Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
Death and Capture of Two Americans from a U.S. Navy Plane Downed in Yen Hung District, Quang Ninh Province, North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
19
Results of Photo Comparison
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Sighting of Two U.S. Pilots in Thanh Ha District, Hai Hung Province
Observations in Hanoi on Downing of a U.S. Aircraft and a MiG Fighter Plane, Bombing of Paul Doumer Bridge, Air Alerts in Hanoi, and Air, Rail and Road Traffic
Statement of a Soviet United Nations Employee that the USSR Will Send Anti-Aircraft Missiles to Vietnam

His Comments on Training of North Vietnamese Technicians
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Results of Photo Comparison
Soviet Feelers With Regard to Vietnam
Sighting of Two U.S. Pilots in An Thuy District, Haiphong Municipality
20
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,111 Cpl. R.C. Borton
Major Ariel Lindley Cross
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. AB 12,428
Downing of Two U.S. Crewmen and Jet Aircraft
Comments of Ngo Dinh Nhu on Possible Changes in U.S. Policy Toward South Vietnam
Indications of Government of Vietnam Plan to Request Reduction of American Personnel in Vietnam
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 12,220
Cambodian Diplomat's Observation on the Convening of a Conference to Guarantee the Neutrality of Cambodia
Sighting of U.S. Pilot Downed in Ha Tinh Province
21
Summary of Viet Cong Activities in Quang Nam Province During July 1967
Summary of Viet Cong Activities in Khanh Hoa Province During July 1967
Summary of Viet Cong Activities in Tay Ninh Province During July 1967
Sighting of U.S. Pilot in Vong Xe Area, Bac Giang City, Ha Bac Province, North Vietnam
Foreign Policy Briefing by Pres. Ayub Khan to Government of Pakistan Officials
Questions Concerning the Situation in Vietnam
Future Soviet Moves in Vietnam
1. Letters Reflecting Comments on Difficult Conditions in North Vietnam 2. Pham Huy Co's Support of American Strikes Against the North
Summary of Viet Cong Activities in Quang Tin Province During July 1967
Modernization of Viet Cong Armament
22
Vietnamese Communist Propaganda Line Among Vietnamese in Phnom Penh, Including Reference to Plans for Continued Viet Cong Acts of Terrorism to Follow Bombing of U. S. Embassy in Saigon
1. Chou En-Lai's Statement to Algerian Government to the Effect that the Chinese Will Not Intervene in the Vietnam Conflict 2. Possible Formation of Coalition Government in South Vietnam to Negotiate with the Viet Cong
Possible Viet Cong Attack on Qui Nhon
The Situation in South Vietnam
Effects of Weather on Air Operations Over Laos and North Vietnam
Comments on the Affect of Food Shortages, Bombing Raids and the American Race Riots on North Vietnamese Morale
Post-Khrushchev Soviet Policy and the Vietnam Crisis
Study on Possible Viet Cong Intention to Launch Major Campaigns in Both Central and Southern South Vietnam in the Near Future.
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
23
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Debriefing of Indian Resident of Hanoi on Results of United States and South Vietnamese Bombings of North Vietnam
Evolution of Communist Positions Concerning Negotiations
An Assessment of Mai Van Bo's 18 May Approach to the French Government
The Situation in South Vietnam
1. Gen. Tran Van Minh's View that the Buddhist Institute is Behind Efforts to Remove Admiral Cang from Command. 2. Increasing Pressure to Remove Gen. Dong as Commander of the Capital Military District.
Hungarian Diplomat's Comments on Vietnam and Santo Domingo
Recent Indications of Communist Intentions in South Vietnam
24
US Options and Objectives in Vietnam
Comments on Secretary McNamara's Trip Report
Reactions to a Further US Buildup in South Vietnam
Recent Indications of Communist Intentions in South Vietnam
After Laos, South Vietnam
Untitled (Discusses Planned Coup Against Gen Khanh)
North Vietnamese Paris Mission Chief's Statements on North Vietnamese Problems Resulting from the American Bombing
Communist Bloc Reaction to US Statements on the Use of US Ground Forces in Combat in South Vietnam
1. Queen Mother's Opposition to Diplomatic Break with United States 2. Cambodian Security Minister's View that Sihanouk Does Not Fear United States Because Americans Will Be Beaten in South Vietnam
Andre Malraux Trip to China
Andre Malraux Trip to China
25
Chinese Communist Military and Economic Preparations to Aid North Vietnam
Current Interpretations of the U.S. Commitment in Vietnam
Death of U.S. Pilot in Haiphong Province, North Vietnam
French Government Position on Vietnam
Sighting of Two Downed U.S. Pilots in Nam Ha Province
Death of U.S. F-105 Jet Aircraft Pilot in Bac Thai Province, North Vietnam
Gives Description of US Objectives in North and South Vietnam
Technical Comments on PW Photo Comparisons
Comments on War Preparation in China in 1965 and Opinions on the Chinese Communist Attitudes Towards the War in Vietnam
Technical Comparison of PW photographs
26
Sighting of a U.S. Prisoner of War in Savannakhet Province, Laos
North Vietnamese Aide Memoire Given to India on Intentions of the United States in Vietnam. Comments of Indian Official on Prospects for Peace in Vietnam.
Information Reports Concerning the Possible Identity of One or More U.S. POW/MIA/Deceased in Indochina
Sighting of a U.S. POW in Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,407 MAJ. C.J. Ramsay
Sighting of an American Working for the Viet Cong
Statements on Alleged North Vietnamese Interest in Negotiations
French Foreign Office Instructions to Ambassadors to Vietnam and to the United States
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,099 CAPT. Ramsay
Capture of a United States Pilot in Quang Ninh Province in June 1967
27
Quai d'Orsay Encouragement of Pro-North Vietnamese Films
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 June)
Memorandum for Mr. Bill Moyers from Richard Helms (Discusses a Meeting on the Question of Whether or Not to Try for a New Congressional Resolution on Vietnam)
Sighting of An U.S. Prisoner of War In Huu Quan Village, Thuy Nguyen District, Hai Phong Province, North Vietnam
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. A Soviet Official's Observations on the Results of United States "Inflexible" Policies in Vietnam and on Article 19
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Views of the United Nations Secretary General and Assembly President on Chances for a Successful Negotiation of UN Financial Problem
Statements to Japanese Peace Envoy Yokohama on Vietnam by Western European Government Officials and the Vatican
Hokoyama's Meetings with South Vietnamese Liberation Front and North Vietnamese Representatives and Czech Government Officials
Picketing of the U.S. Consulate General in Georgetown by People's Progressive Party to Protest American Presence in Vietnam
Enemy Gains in the Na Kay Plateau Area and Lao Armed Forces Counterattack Plans
3
28
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 May)
Sighting of a Dead American and Observation of His Burial
Bloc Support of the Communist Effort Against the Government of Vietnam
Enemy Capture of Phou-Khe
Status Report of the Task Force of Southeast Asia Covert Annex-Vietnam (18 September-1 October) (Gives Provinces and Training Activity in Each Province)
Operations into Laos
Untitled (No Paramilitary Cross Border Operations into Laos are Being Conducted Under US Auspices)
Sighting of a Downed U.S. Pilot in Quynh Luu District, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
Untitled (Description of Two US Pilots Captured in An Thuy District, Hai Phong Municipality, North Vietnam)
1. Soviet Attitudes on a Security Council Meeting on Vietnam and on a Trip By the UN Secretary General to Hanoi and Peking 2. Rail Shipment of Military Supplies to Hanoi
29
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Activities of U Thant Concerning the Vietnamese Situation
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Attitude of Permanent United Nations Representatives to the Vietnam Crisis
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Presentation on 1 April 1965 of Petition on Vietnam to United Nations Secretary General U Thant by Eight Permanent Representatives
Report on Soviet U.N. Delegation's Statement on Soviet Policy Towards the United States Following the U.S. Bombings in North Vietnam
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Soviet United Nations Employee's Observations on the Soviet Desire to Bring the Vietnam Conflict to the United Nations Security Council
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Afro-Asian Reactions to President Johnson's 7 April 1965 Speech on the Vietnam Situation
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Planned Visit of a United Nations Official to Cambodia to Attempt to Open a Line of Communication with the Viet Cong
Reports Circulating in the United Nations About Soviet Responses to the Vietnam Crisis
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Japanese Delegate's Views on Probable Non-Involvement of the United Nations in the Vietnam Crisis and on Soviet Attitude Toward Vietnam
Chinese Official's Comments on the Vietnam War and Suggestion that U.S. Bombing of Ning Ming was a Planned Provocation to Test Chinese Reaction
30
Comments of Chinese Diplomat Revolution and on the Vietnamese War
Economic Prospects for Communist China Through 1970
September Talks Between Philippine President Marcos and President Chiang Kai-Shek to Include Exchange of Views on War in Vietnam
Sighting of U.S. Prisoner of War in Luc Nam District, Ha Bac Province, North Vietnam.
Sighting of An U.S. Prisoner of War in Huu Quan Village, Thuy Nguyen District, Hai Phong Province, North Vietnam.
Gaullist France and Communist China
Status Report of the Task Force of Southeast Asia Covert Annex-Vietnam (1 November-1 December) (Report on Various Native Training Programs)
Chinese Communist Intentions in Vietnam
Downing of Aircraft and Capture of a Crewman in Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam
American Journalists Held Captive by the VC/NVA in Kompong Cham Province
31
Capture of United States Soldiers in Kontum Province, South Vietnam
Death of a U.S. Pilot Shot Down Over Thuong Tin District, Na Tay Province, North Vietnam
Sighting of four US Prisoners of War (POW) in Lam Thao District, Phu Tho Province, North Vietnam
Two U.S. Captured Pilots Seen in Khammouane Province, Laos
1. Sighting of U.S. Prisoners of War 2. Viet Cong Prisoner of War Camp in MRTTH
Sighting of One American and Five Vietnamese Prisoners in Ba Xuyen Province
One U.S. and About One Hundred Vietnamese Prisoners Sighting in Laos on Their Evacuation to NVN
1. Sighting of a Captured U.S. Officer in Quynh Luu District, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam, and 2. Hearsay Information on the Death of Another Officer
Americans Remaining in South Vietnam and Detention of Americans in North Vietnam
Decision of Vietnamese Veterans Legion President Lt. General Pham Xuan Chieu Not to Support Thieu-Ky Presidential Slate
32
Sighting of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in An Xuyen Province, South Vietnam
Problems Encountered by All Vietnam Bloc at Its 8 August National Convention
Last-Minute Difficulties Encountered by "All Vietnam Bloc" Which Announced Its Formation on 1 August 1967
1. Americans Remaining in Saigon and Reported Capture of Two Americans Near Vung Tau 2. American Prisoners, Including War Wounded, Allegedly Still Being Held in Vietnam
Sighting of Three U.S. Prisoners of War (POWs) in Laos
Reported Sightings of Detained Caucasians/Americans in Saigon

Alleged Detention of American Prisoners of War in North Vietnam
Viet Cong Advance Warning of B-52 Raids, and Effects of Raids on Viet Cong Morale
Soviet and Chicom Military Actions
33
US Pilot Killed by North Vietnamese Air Defense Unit
Untitled (To the President from Raborn, Discusses Intelligence Studies and Publications on the Situation in Vietnam)
Meeting of Soviet Major General Alexei Chizov with Dr. W. Randolph Lovelace II
Text of CIA Report TDCS 314/06668-67 (Ivan Ivanovich Kovalenko Visiting Japan on 4 May 1967)
Transmittal of Working Notes (for 670320 and 670321 by George A. Carver, Jr.)
UAR President Nasir's Account of His Talks in June 1965 With Premier Chou En Lai
Observation of the Killing of One and Capture of Another U.S. Air Force Officer in North Vietnam in 1968
Death of an American Pilot beaten by North Vietnamese Militiamen Attributed to Suicide
Text of CIA Report on Soviet Official's Views on the Vietnam War and the USSR's Aims in Europe
Insubordination Charges Against I Corps Commander Thi to be Presented to Directorate 10 March
34
Statement that North Vietnam Would Negotiate Question of Vietnamese Elections Only With Coalition Government in South Vietnam
1. North Vietnamese Official's Statements to WIDF Delegation Stressing Desire for Early Negotiations to End War on Basis of Points Specified by Communists 2. WIDF Delegation Member's Account of Bomb Damage, Economic Hardship, and Defense Measures in North Vietnam
Directorate Support of Prime Minister Ky's Removal of General Thi as I Corps Commander
Radio Propaganda Report: North Vietnamese Party Problems and Differences
Trends and Highlights of Communist Bloc Broadcasts
Special Meeting of Directorate to Consider I Corps Situation on 25 March 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam (Lieu to Accompany Thi to Da Nang

Lt Col. Khoa to Replace First Division Commander When General Chuan Succeeds to Command of First Corps)
Prime Minister Ky's Confirmation of Strained Relations Between General Thi and the People of I Corps Area
Muong Bon Prison Camp
35
Vietnamese Communist Concentration Camp in Tay Ninh Province
Viet Cong Movement of 10 American Prisoners in Mimoi Area in Cambodia
Viet Cong Camp for United States Detainees in Phuoc Ninh District, Tay Ninh Province
Viet Cong Prison for American Prisoners in Cambodia
Movement of Four American Prisoners to New Location in Chau Doc Province
Results of Air Strikes Against North Vietnam and North Vietnamese Reactions
Recommended Actions for South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Four American Pilots At a Cave At Hang Long, East of Sam Neua in Houa Phan Province
Pathet Lao Prison at Ban Na Do Near Muong Sai in Luang Probang Province
36
Viet Cong Reclamation of Land and Use of Prison Labor for Agricultural and Fishing Projects in An Xuyen Province
Viet Cong Prisoner of War Camp in Phu Yen Province
Viet Cong Mass Execution of Long-Term Political Prisoners in Phu Yen Province
Enemy Prison Near Khang Khay and Use of Former Prisoners in Pathet Lao Construction Units
Use of American Prisoners for Forced Labor Projects in Hanoi
Viet Cong Hospital and Arms Depot Located in Hau Nghia Province, South Vietnam, and Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia
Three American Pilots Imprisoned in a Cave Near the Junction of Route 6 and Route 65 in Houa Phan Province
Pathet Lao Order for Release of Prisoners

Release of inmates of prison Northeast of Ban Na Nhom in Savannakhet Province
1. Pathet Lao Prison South of Route 12 Near Ban Nathan in Khammouane Province 2. Civilian Hospital, Uniform Factory, and Rice Depot in the Same Area
37
Prisoner of War Camp North of Route 19 in Phong Saly Province
Comments on American Prisoners of War Remaining in Vietnam
American Pilots Imprisoned in a Cave in Houa Phan Province
Possible Survivors of Air Vietnam Crash of 12 March 1975
Pathet Lao Prison Near Nape in Khammouane Province
Locations of Two Viet Cong Detention Camps in Kien An District, Kien Giang Province
Prisoners at Ban Hang Long

Conscription of People to Work on Caves in the Prison Area
American Prisoners in Darlac Province
1. American Prisoners Held in Enemy Prison in Stung Treng 2. Enemy Troops in the Stung Treng Area
38
Location of United States Prisoner of War Compound in Hanoi
Observation of Caucasian Prisoner of War
Six Americans and Two Thais Held in a Cave Southeast of Muong Nga
Assertion that Many Captured American Pilots Are Willing to Stay in North Vietnam and May be Used to Train North Vietnamese Pilots
Death of Three American Pilots in Xieng Khouang Province
U.S. and Korean POWs Moved to Cambodia
Additional Information on US MIA
Life in Two Pathet Lao Prisons Northeast of Sam Neua as Described by Escaped Prisoners
A Pathet Lao Prison Northwest of Route 8 and Road Construction Off Route 8 Northwest of Lak Sao in Khammouane Province
American Prisoners, Pathet Lao/North Vietnamese National Military Headquarters, Chinese, and Pathet Lao/Thai Liberation Army Activities in the Sam Neua Area
46
Pathet Lao Prison in the Vicinity Muong Ngoi in Luang Prabang Province
Location of a Possible Radio Intercept Building in Hanoi
An American POW Who Allegedly Worked for the VC in Quang Da Special Zone
Location in Cambodia of a Prison Camp Reportedly for Viet Cong and Government of Vietnam Prisoners
North Vietnamese Army/Viet Cong Use of Cambodian Army Prisoners for Transport Work in Kratie Province
Location of Prison Camp for U.S. and Army of Republic of Vietnam Prisoners in the Nam Can Forest
Redeployment of KC Battalions in Takeo Province
Location of American Prisoner of War Camps in North Vietnam
47
March 1957 to December 1958 Lam Son Prison
Sighting of 12 U.S. Prisoners of War in the Rung Dau Jungle, Dinh Quan District, Long Khanh Province, Military Region 3
Low PL Morale, Local Economic Situation, PL Propaganda Activities, PL Prison and Hospital in the Nam Bac Area
Jail Sighted on Red River Island
Prisoner-of-War Camp in the Northern Part of Tay Ninh Province Administered by South Vietnam Liberation Army
Building Located on Red River Island Might House American POWs
American Prisoner of War Camp in North Vietnam
American Prisoner of War Camp in Quynh Luu District, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
Escapee/Defector Debriefing: Prisons and Concentration Camps at Yon Son and Phong My
Alleged Plans of Viet Cong (VC) Quang Ngai Province Party Committee to Furnish Drugs to U.S. Prisoners of War to Facilitate Debriefings and to Induce Them to Work for the VC
48
Movement of American Prisoners Through Cambodia
Central Reformatory II
Enemy Prison Near Khang Khay and Use of Former Prisoners in Pathet Lao Construction Units
Viet Cong POW Camp in Vinh Binh Province Housing South Vietnamese, Viet Cong and Possibly American Prisoners
1. Construction of Prison Camp Bunkers for Two American Pilots Captured in the Paskong Area 2. Sighting of Two Captured American Pilots in Attopeu
Observation of American Prisoners in Hanoi
Pathet Lao (Deleted) Subsequent Account of His Witnessing the Interrogation of a Downed American Pilot
Death of an American Pilot Held Near Ban Na Kay and Movement of Two Other American Pilots to a New Location Near the Lao/North Vietnamese Border
American Prisoner of War Detention Camp at Bi Duop Mountain, Lac Duong District, Tuyen Duc Province, South Vietnam
Location and Description of Prisoner of War Camp in Ha Tay Province, North Vietnam
49
Enemy Prison Holding Captured Lao Guerrilla Soldiers North of Huong Phine in Savannakhet Province
Visit of Souphanouvong to Three Americans Held in a Cave on the Houei Vong in Houa Phan Province
American Prisoner of War Camp in Tuyen Quang
Pathet Lao Prisoner of War Camp in Muong Sai
Enemy Political Prison at Ban Tong Northeast of Ban Nakay Neua in Houa Phan Province
Enemy Installations Near the Ban Hang Long Prison
Locations of Graves of Three U.S. Military Personnel in Chon Thanh District, Binh Long Province, South Vietnam
North Vietnamese Army and Khmer Communist Treatment of Prisoners from Kompong Trach, Kampot Province
Viet Cong (VC) Quang Ngai Province Prison Complex

Sighting of U.S. Prisoners There
Pathet Lao Prisoner of War Camp North of Route 19 in Phong Saly Province
50
Condition of Route 911 and a Routes 911/23 Connecting Road in Khammaoune Province - Antiaircraft Guns, Telephone Lines, and Possible Prison Along the Route System
American Prisoners Observed in Long Khanh and Binh Duong Provinces
Possible Trial of a U.S. Prisoner by a Viet Cong Court in Cang Long District, Vinh Binh Province
Statements of Captured North Vietnamese Naval Officer on Good Treatment of Captured United States Pilots by North Vietnamese Government
Sighting of U.S. and South Vietnamese Prisoners of War in Viet Cong Secret Zone Located at Nui Dai Mountain, Chau Doc Province
1. Location of an Abandoned Prison in a Karst Formation South of Ban Thapachon in Khammouane Province 2. Condition of Route 911 in the Ban Thapachon Area
1. VC/NVA Troop Locations in Kratie and Kompong Cham 2. VC/NVA Prison Camp at Ta Pao
Location in Relation to Ban Kang Muong of Cave on Houei Vong Where American Pilots Are Held

Visits by the Pilots to Ban Kang Muong
Crash of Two U.S. Propeller-Driven Aircraft and Sighting of Filipino Prisoner of War in Ban Nag Nom Area of Savannakhet Province
Location of American Prisoner of War Camp in Bac Thai Province as of November 1968
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Escaped Prisoners' Description of a Two-Building Prison Northwest of Muong Phine
1. Neo Lao Hak Sat Weekly Bulletin Containing Photographs and Details of American Prisoners Captured by the Pathet Lao 2. Location and Details of a Prison Near the NLHS Supreme Headquarters in Sam Neua Province, Laos
Sighting of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in Son Ha District, Quang Ngai Province

Sighting of Downed U.S. Aircraft in Son Ha District
The Viet Cong B.50D Reindoctrination Center
Viet Cong Reindoctrination Center C5
Christmas 1970 Release of 11 Vietnamese Prisoners of War by the Viet Cong

Description of Treatment They Received
1. Location of Prison Housing American Inmates Southeast of the Route 911/9113 Junction in Khammouane Province 2. Location of Two Prisons Housing Lao Inmates in the Area
Account of Having Seen Two American Airmen Near Sam Neua and of the Shooting Down of an American Plane in Xieng Khouang Province
Sighting of Two American Prisoners of War in Stung Treng Province, Cambodia
Preliminary Debriefing Site for Captured U.S. Pilots in Vinh Phu Province and Presence of Soviet and Communist Chinese Personnel at the Site
52
1. Pathet Lao Prison at Khang Dat, Eastern Xieng Khouang Province 2. Supply Route "B" in the Nong Het Area
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam
Location and Organization of Ban Naden Prison in Khammouane Province
Sighting of Three Groups of American Prisoners of War on Infiltration Route in Laos and Cambodia
Viet Cong Prison Camp in Vinh Binh Province Housing Viet Cong Prisoners
Sighting of Three American Prisoners of War from the U.S. 25th Division in Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
Khmer Communist and Viet Cong Abduction and Detention of Civilians in Kompong Trach and Chhuk Districts, Kampot Province
Location and Operation of Viet Cong An Giang Province Prison Camp for Viet Cong Prisoners and Government of Vietnam Prisoners Charged With Being Enemy Intelligence Agents
Visit of Two American POWs to the Viet Cong An Giang Province Hospital
Estimated Enemy Prison Facilities in Laos
53
Pathet Lao and Leftist Neutralist Organization, Prisons, and Conditions in the P'anha Sum P'u Area of Phong Saly Province
Estimated Enemy Prison Facilities in Laos
Sighting of an American Prisoner in Mimoi Area, Kompong Cham Province
Location of a Possible U.S. Prisoner of War Camp in Ha Tay Province, North Vietnam
Pathet Lao Prison Camp 12 Kilometers West of Muong Phine
Viet Cong Prisoner of War Camp for Army of the Republic of Vietnam Prisoners in Vinh Binh Province
American Prisoners of War
Location of a Prison Housing Lao Inmates Southeast of the Routes 911/911B Junction in Khammouane Province
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Nam Hoa District, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
Death of U.S. Pilot in Loc Ninh District, Binh Long Province, South Vietnam
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Death of U.S. Pilot in Hoang Lau Hamlet, Hoang Lu Village, An Hai District, Haiphong City, North Vietnam
Sighting of Two Groups of U.S. Prisoners of War in Kien Thanh District, Kien Giang Province, South Vietnam
Sightings of Americans in Long Khanh Province and Saigon
Comments on Categories of U.S. Personnel Missing in Action and Possible SRV Tactics in Negotiations with the U.S.
Sightings of American Prisoners of War in Laos and in North Vietnam
1. Enemy Prisons and Civilian Morale in Eastern Savannakhet Province 2. Bomb Damage Along Route 911
1. Sighting of Eight U.S. POWs in Mimot District, Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia 2. Location of VC/NVA Hospital in Kompong Cham Province
Sighting of U.S. Prisoners in the Tay Ninh Province Cambodia Border Area
Comments on Relations with the United States and the Presence of Americans in the SRV
B4 Detention Camp of the Viet Cong Chau Thanh District Security Section, Tay Ninh Province, Government Military Region 2
55
North Vietnamese Army (NVA) Appeal to South Vietnamese Prisoners to Join NVA

Predictions by NVA Cadre of Ultimate Victory
Operation of a Camp for ARVN Prisoners of War in Hanoi
Sighting of Bodies of Four U.S. Helicopter Crewment in Kompong Rou District, Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia
Viet Cong Policy on Handling of Vietnamese Military, Political and U.S. Prisoners in Viet Cong Ben Tre Province in the Delta
Location of Viet Cong Military Region 3 Prison Camp With 200 Prisoners, Including an Undetermined Number of Americans
Viet Cong Mass Kidnapping in Vinh Binh Province
Presence of an American in Chuong Thien Province Serving as an "Assistant" to Leading North Vietnamese Officials in May 1973
Possibility of U.S. Prisoners Being Held by the SRV for Use in Negotiations on Aid from the U.S. for the SRV
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Laos
The H50 Reindoctrination Camp and the A35 Detention Camp of Viet Cong Military Region C40
56
Sighting of Bodies of a U.S. and a Vietnamese Crew Member of an L-19 Reconnaissance Plane in Duc Thanh District, Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam
Khmer Communist Prison Camp in Kampot Province, Cambodia
VC POW Camp in Minh Long District, Quang Ngai Province, and Treatment of GVN Prisoners Taken During the Battle at Sa Huynh
Sighting of Five U.S. Prisoners of War in Southern Laos
Activities of Two Americans with VC Units in Quang Ngai Province
Enemy Prison and Facilities Near Khang Khay and Results of Airstrikes in the Khang Khay-Phong Savan Region of Xieng Khouang Province
Death of British Captive at the B.17 Detention Camp of the COSVN Security Section
1. Location of Prison for American Pilots in Haiphong 2. American Pilots Downed Over North Vietnam on 21 September and 3 and 4 October 1967
Fragmentary Report of Imprisoned American Pilots and Pathet Lao Headquarters in the Sam Neua Area of Houa Phan Province
Two U.S. F-4 Jet-Fighter Bombers Downed by North Vietnamese Army Surface-to-Air Missiles in Do Luong District, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
57
Viet Cong Policy Toward Prisoners of War
North Vietnamese Treatment of American Prisoners of War
(Deleted) Account of His Liberation of Three Prisoners and of General Conditions in the Area South of the Bolovens Plateau
North Vietnamese Army and Khmer Rouge-Administered Concentration Camp and Headquarters Facility in Chbar District, Mondolkiri Province, Cambodia
Khmer Insurgent Military Region 203 Detention Camp in Teong Khmum District, Kompong Cham Province
1. Viet Cong (VC) Military Region 3 Directive on Need to Reduce Number of Prisoners Held by VC in Prisons 2. Japanese Newspaperman Interned in VC Ca Mau Prison 3. Conditions at the VC Ca Mau Prison
Sighting of Bodies of Two U.S. Soldiers, Son Ha District, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam
Sighting of Two American Prisoners Held by the North Vietnamese Army in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
58
Pathet Lao Account of Seeing American Pilots in Captivity in Houa Phan Province
1. Sighting of 10 U.S. POWs on the Paul Doumer Bridge in Hanoi in November 1967 2. Sighting of Dead U.S. Pilot in the Sam Neua Area of Laos in July 1966
Sighting of Two U.S. Pilots in Thieu Chau Village, Thieu Hoa District, Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Savannakhet Province, Laos
Treatment of Non-American Prisoners Held in Detention Camps Operated by the Viet Cong (VC) in VC Ca Mau and Can Tho Provinces
American Prisoners of War in Quang Ngai and Quang Nam Provinces
Debriefing of (Deleted), One of Prisoners Freed from Ban Na Dene Who Had Also Been Held in a Cave at Ban Taphachon
Organization and Treatment of Prisoners in Two Khmer Communist Prison Camps Located in Kompong Speu Province of Southwestern Cambodia
Binh Thuan Viet Cong (VC) Cancellation of Planned Attack During 3-10 March

VC Reinforcements in Binh Thuan Province in 1971

and New VC Camp for Vietnamese Prisoners
Viet Cong Quang Ngai Province Detention Camp for Civilian Prisoners
4
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Viet Cong Binh Thuan Province "Bac Binh Prison 2" for Government of Vietnam (GVN) Officials, Vietnamese Civilians and GVN Military Personnel
Detention of Six American Prisoners at the Krong R'Buk Detention Camp, Chbar District, Mondolkiri Province, Cambodia
Estimated Enemy Prison Order of Battle in Laos
Viet Cong Elements and Units in Kamchay Nea District, Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
POW Camps for Allied Prisoners in Cambodia Subordinate to the Central Office for South Vietnam--Problems Created for the Camps and Hospitals in the Area by Allied Military Action
KC Detention of Foreign Journalists and Fank Personnel in Sector 33
Neo Lao Hak Sat Administrative and Political Apparatus and Activities, and Members of the Lao Peoples Party in the Muong Ngoi Area of Luang Prabang Province
Reindoctrination Courses for Communist Military Personnel and Limited Military Objectives in Northern Quang Ngai Province, and POW Camp for GVN Personnel from Quang Ngai Province
Prison Northwest of Muong Phine with Three Prison Buildings Inside a Circular Compound
1. Prisoner of War Camp at Hong Het 2. Presence of Vietnamese Communists in Hong Het Area
60
1. Sighting of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in Phuoc Long District, Bac Lieu Province 2. Movement of Three U.S. Prisoners of War Through Phuoc Long District, Bac Lieu Province
Passage of U.S. Prisoner of War Through the Viet Cong Quang Ngai Province Civilian Detention Facility
1. Khmer Communist (KC) Prison Camp and North Vietnamese Army Troop Locations in Kampot Province, Cambodia 2. KC Personalities in Chhuk District, Kampot Province
1. Khmer Communist Educational and Indoctrinational Activities in Banteay Srei District, Siem Reap Province 2. Khmer Communist Detention Camp at Rolous, Siem Reap Province, for Civilian Offenders
The B13 Prison of the Security Section of the Central Office for South Vietnam
Status of Vietnamese Army Operation into Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia, as of 1200 Hours, 17 March 1972
Sighting of U.S. POWs and POW Detention Cells North of Chavane in Saravane Province, Laos
Execution of Two U.S. Prisoners of War by Viet Cong in Takeo Province, Cambodia
Discovery of Bodies of Possibly 12 U.S. Prisoners of War in VC Duy Xuyen District, VC Quang Da Special Zone
61
Viet Cong Detention Center in Duy Xuyen District, Quang Nam Province
Enemy Prisons in Laos
Pathet Lao Prison Near Ban Houana in Khammouane Province
Possible Cooperation of American Prisoners-of-War with the Viet Cong in Quang Da Special Zone
Sighting of a Group of Eight U.S. Prisoners of War in Ba To District, Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam
Locations and Treatment of South Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War at North Vietnamese Army Prison Camp in Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
VC MR-5 Prisoner of War Camp Containing U.S. and ARVN Prisoners
Plans to Use South Vietnamese Prisoners of War in North Vietnamese Industrial Enterprises
The North Vietnamese Postal System in Ha Tav and Thanh Hoa Provinces

Mailing System to and from North Vietnamese Soldiers in South Vietnam

and Mail Censorship Procedures
Sighting of L-19 Reconnaissance Plane Shot Down in Tuyen Binh District, Kien Tuong Province, South Vietnam
62
Sightings of American Prisoners of War Near Chung Luong Village and in Hanoi
Harsh Treatment of Civilian Prisoners in Khmer Communist Prison Camps in Kompong Thom Province, North Central Cambodia
Harsh Treatment of Prisoners in Khmer Insurgent Prison Camps in Kompong Cham and Kampot Provinces of Cambodia
Khmer Communist Leaders, Prison and Other Facilities in Sector 37, or Kompong Seila Province, of Region 405 in Southwestern Cambodia
Khmer Communist Court and Detention Camp in Kandal Province
Sighting of Six American Prisoners of War at Sre Khlong Camp, Kompong Speu Province, Cambodia
Death of a U.S. Prisoner of War at the Viet Cong K-71B Hospital, 220th Rear Services Group, Mimot District, Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
Sighting of Two U.S. Helicopter Personnel Killed Attempting to Escape Crash Site in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia
Presence of Two American Prisoners of War in a Khmer Communist Detention Camp in Kompong Cham Province of Southeastern Cambodia
Additional Information on Preliminary Debriefing Site for Captured U.S. Pilots in Vinh Phu Province and Instructions Contained in Pamphlet on Treatment of Americans Captured in North Vietnam
63
Escaped Prisoner's Description of Three-Compound Pathet Lao Prison Near Muong Phine in Savannakhet Province
Prison Complex at Coc Mi
Viet Cong Instructions Regarding Management and Exploitation of Prisoners Captured in Binh Dinh Province
Detention of U.S. Citizens and Vietnamese Repatriates
Reported Sightings of Caucasian/American Prisoners in North Vietnam
Invalidation of Information Obtained from (Deleted)
1. Mid-1970 Sighting of Four Captured American Pilots in a North Vietnamese Commo-Liason Station About 25 Kilometers Northwest of Tchepone 2. Early 1969 Sighting of Two Captured American Pilots Approximately 15 Kilometers Northwest of Muong Phine
Debriefing of (Deleted) Lao Armed Forces (FAR) Soldiers Captured West of Lang Vei, South Vietnam, Who Escaped from Their Captors and Evaded (Deleted)
Enemy Prison in Phong Saly Province, Movement of 500 Prisoner Volunteers to Ban Na Kay in Houa Phan Province to Serve in the Pathet Lao Army and Enemy Positions at Na Khang, Site 36, in Northern Xieng Khouang Province
North Vietnamese Capture of Lao, South Vietnamese and American Troops Near Lang Vei, South Vietnam
Hoa Lo Detention/Interrogation Center for American Prisoners in Hanoi
64
Possible Cooperation of American Prisoners of War with the Viet Cong in Quang Da Special Zone
Information on Prisoner of War Camp in Ha Dong Town, Ha Tay Province, North Vietnam
Viet Cong/North Vietnamese Army (VC/NVA) and Khmer Communist (KC) General Situation in Tuk Phos District of Kompong Chhnang Province Area, Including Information on Captured American Journalist
1. Integration of South Vietnamese Prisoners of War into North Vietnamese Society 2. T.24 POW Camp in Phu Binh District, Bac Thai Province
Speculation on Presence of American Prisoners in Hanoi, and Defense Measures, Rationing, and Public Morale in Hanoi
North Vietnamese Troop Dispositions, Communication and Support Facilities, Antiaircraft Positions and Pathet Lao Prison Camp in the Ban Tchepone Area of Savannakhet
Sighting of Three Unidentified U.S. POWs in an NVA/PL Prison in the Lao/South Vietnam Border Area in Early 1968
Escaped Prisoner's Account of His Capture Near Muong Nong and His Description of a One-Building Prison with 93 Prisoners Near Muong Phine
Chinese Communist Military Presence in North Vietnam
65
Sea Shipment of Soviet Military Cargoes: the Vietnamese Case
Comment on General Westmoreland's Appraisal of Infiltration into South Vietnam
DRV SAM Defenses Expanding
North Vietnamese Air Capabilities Increasing
Communist Political Developments
Penitentiary System in North Vietnam
1. Sightings of American POWs Transiting Laos 2. NVA/PL Regulations Prescribing Treatment of Prisoners 3. PL Prison at Nam Chao for Lao Political Offenders
Estimated Enemy Prison Order of Battle for Laos
Hanoi's Reaction to the Bombing Lull
Sighting of a U.S. Prisoner of War in Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam
66
Sightings of Two American Prisoners of War in Dinh Tuong Province
Communist Alternatives in Vietnam
Death of a U.S. Pilot in the Crash of a Light Reconnaissance Aircraft in South Vietnam in 1970
Situation Report in I Corps as of 0900 Hours on 13 February
Buildup of Vietnamese Communist Forces Continues After Resumption of Air Attacks
Increased Supplies Shipped to Southern North Vietnam
Evidence of Continuing Vietnamese Communist War Preparations
Implications of the Recent Jet Fighter Clashes Over North Vietnam
The Current Status of PAVN Infiltration to South Vietnam
Capture and Detention of Three U.S. Army Personnel by the Viet Cong /VC/
67
Sighting of a U.S. Prisoner of War in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia
Communist Objectives in "Second Wave" Attacks
Sighting of U.S. Prisoner of War (POW) and Body of U.S. Helicopter Crewman in Snuol District, Kratie Province, Cambodia
Communist Reactions to Certain US Courses of Action
Sighting of Downing of Eight U.S. Helicopters and Death of Four U.S. Pilots in Savannakhet Province, Laos
The Outlook in Vietnam
Location of the Grave of a U.S. Soldier in Tri Tam District, Binh Duong Province, South Vietnam
International Connections of US Peace Groups -- III
Report of a U.S. Prisoner of War at Viet Cong Prison Camp in Dam Doi District, An Xuyen Province
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 22 January 1970
68
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 9 February 1970
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 25 January 1971
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 17 May 1970
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 8 January 1970
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 22 April 1971
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 30 April 1970
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 17 May 1971
Increased Pathet Lao Military Activity
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 19 April 1970
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 9 April 1970
69
An Appraisal of the Status of Relationships Between the Government of Vietnam and Government of Cambodia
An Appraisal of the Buddhist Situation in Vietnam as of 17 May 1970
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
South Vietnamese Military Policy Toward Cambodia

Its Nature and Scope
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 20 November 1970
Appraisal of Communist Strategy and Tactics for the 3 October 1971 Government of Vietnam Election
An Appraisal of the Military Situation in Vietnam as of 13 March 1970
An Appraisal of the Security Situation in Vietnam as of 24 August 1970
An Appraisal of the Security Situation in Vietnam as of 26 June 1970
Appraisal of the Military and Security Situation in Government of Vietnam Military Region I
70
An Appraisal of the Internal Unrest in Vietnam as of 7 May 1970
An Appraisal of the Senatorial Election Situation in Vietnam as of 28 August 1970
Outlook for the 29 August 1971 Lower House Election in South Vietnam
Appraisal of the Current Presidential Election Campaign Situation in South Vietnam
Appraisal of the 30 August 1970 Senate Elections in South Vietnam
Outlook for the 26 August 1971 Lower House Election in South Vietnam
Appraisal of North Vietnamese and Viet Cong Efforts to Establish a Communist Infrastructure in Cambodia
Outlook for the 3 October Election in South Vietnam
Untitled (Relates to Developments Since North Vietnam Launched General Offensive)
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
71
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Political Situation Among Buddhist Factions in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Political Situation Among Buddhist Factions in South Vietnam
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
Outlook for the 1971 Presidential Election in South Vietnam
Appraisal of Communist Strategy and Tactics in the 1971 Government of Vietnam Elections
Vietnamization: Progress, Problems, and Prospects
Viet Cong Plans to Organize and Surface a "People's Democratic Peace Front"
72
Possible New Offensive in Vietnam
International Connections of US Peace Groups
Communist and Free World Reactions to a Possible US Course of Action
Briefing Paper NIE's and SNIE's on South Vietnam Part I Principal Issues in the Short Term Part II USIB-Approved Estimates Specifically Relating to the Vietnam Situation, Issued During the Past Twelve Months
Names of United States Prisoners of War in North Vietnam
Soviet Tactics Concerning Vietnam
Current Status of the War in South Vietnam
5
73
North Vietnamese Military Activity in Laos
Following is (Deleted) Saigon (Deleted)
Highlights of Saigon Popular Reaction Following the Coup
Untitled (FM Lodge to McGeorge Bundy McCone Carter Helms Concerning Best Possible Estimate of Coup's Success--Vietnamese)
The Situation in South Vietnam No. 16
The Situation in South Vietnam No. 15
Spot Report on the Situation in the Khe Sanh Area
The Continuing Communist Military Threat in Northern South Vietnam
Reported Death of a U.S. Pilot in Thai Nguyen City, Bac Thai Province, North Vietnam
Evidence of Continuing Vietnamese Communist War Preparations
74
Hanoi's 23 September Memorandum on Negotiating the Vietnam War
Proposal for a U.S. Policy in South Vietnam
Memo on Reactions to a U.S. Course of Action in Vietnam
Memorandum on Reactions to a US Course of Action in Vietnam
Plans for an Attempted Coup to Bring in a Civilian Government
Spot Report on the Situation in Vietnam
Account of Preparations for Attack on Chau Doc City
Untitled (States that South Vietnam Will Certainly be Victorious Over North Vietnam
Possibilities for Accommodation between the US and France
75
French Communist Party Efforts to Convince North Vietnamese Delegation to Open Negotiations with the U.S.
NLJ 85-178 Document Draft Policy Paper Possibly Written by George Carver-Vietnam-George Carver-Laos-Vietcong-Policy Options-South Vietnamese Army-Communist China-Hanoi-Haiphong
Key Issues and Prospects for Castro's Cuba
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Office of Current Intelligence Daily Digest of Significant Traffic
76
Arab-Israeli Situation Report (As of 4:30 p.m. EDT)
Arab-Israeli Situation Report (As of 4:30 p.m. EDT)
Arab-Israeli Situation Report (As of 4:30 p.m. EDT)
Situation in the Provinces of IV Corps as of 1300 hours on 14 March 1968
Text of CIA Report Developed from an Interrogation (South Vietnam-COSVN-Vietnam-Military-Viet Cong-NAFDP)
The Outlook for North Vietnam
77
Situation Appraisal: Assessment of General Thang's Performance as IV Corps Commander and of the Situation in the Delta as of 15 March 1968
A Course of Action for Laos
Memo for McGeorge Bundy Regarding Col. Pham Ngoc Thao
Probable Consequences of Certain US Actions with Respect to Vietnam and Laos
Philippine President Marcos's Problems at Midterm
President Marcos' Views on Retaliatory Measures Against the U.S. for Failure to Support the Philippines' Claim to Sabah
North Vietnamese Tactics on Peace Negotiations
Appraisal of: Kong Le's Leadership Potential

Possible Pathet Lao Moves in Reaction to the Coup, and the Government of Vietnam's View of the Laos Situation
78
Pathet Lao Plans for Future Military Action in Laos
Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand Zone of Conflict in Southeast Asia
Situation on the Plaine Des Jarres and at Ban Khong (TG 9345), Kong Le's New Position
Request for Government of Vietnam Assistance to General Phoumi Nosavan's Forces
Sitrep as of 20 April 1964
1. Coordination of Vientiane Coup with South Vietnamese 2. Siho's Visit to Savannakhet on 18 April 1964
Memo for McGeorge Bundy Regarding Nguyen Xuan Oanh (Acting Premier) Republic of Vietnam-Associated with Dai Viet Party-Americanized to the Extent of Bei Nas Jack Owen
Brigadier General Siho Lanphouthakoul's Plan of Action for Formation of New Government and Possibility of Prime Minister Souvanna Phouma's Agreement Subject to Conditions
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
79
Recent Activities in North Vietnam South of the 20th Parallel (19-25 August 1968)
Recent Activities in North Vietnam South of the 20th Parallel
Recent Activities in North Vietnam South of the 20th Parallel
Recent North Vietnamese Activities Between the 19th and 20th Parallels
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam After Three Years of Rolling Thunder
Effects of the Intensified Air War Against North Vietnam
Questions on Vietnam
Discussions of the Administration Committee of the Revolutionary Committee
Communist Plans to Take All of Laos
Vietnam Memorandum by Ray S. Cline
80
Cable to the Secretary of State-Mentions a Meeting that US Ambassador Lodge had with a General Khanh About Intensified Activity in Vietnam
Cable from Secretary of State Mentioning that the Viet Cong are Losing Any Chance of Gaining the Loyalty of the SVN Population
Untitled (Letter from Ray S. Cline, Deputy Director for Intelligence, to McGeorge Bundy Regarding the Effects of Air Attacks on North Vietnam
Effects of the Rolling Thunder Program and North Vietnam's Reaction to the Bombing Pause
The Problem of Reported Truck Losses in North Vietnam and Laos
Recent Activities in North Vietnam (12-18 August 1968)
Effects of the Rolling Thunder Program and North Vietnam's Reaction to the Bombing Pause
Cable for the Secretary of State-Mentions that the First Reaction to His Presentation was One of Apprehension that the US Might be Headed Toward a Major Enlargement of the War
81
Cable-Exclusive for the Secretary of State, Robert McNamara, McGeorge Bundy, CIA McCone, Carter, Helms
Cable Sent to CIA in Regard to Saigon was Sent Electrically 1 February 1964
Cable-Mentions a Need for CAS Vientiane and MACV/CAS Saigon to Work Together to Develop a Plan for Actions in Laos
Comments on War in Vietnam, Negotiations, Elections, and American Prisoners
82
Communist Capabilities and Intentions in Laos Over the Next Year
Communist Intentions in Laos
Probable Progress Against Viet Cong Infrastructure Through Next Twelve Months
Letter from W. F. Raborn to Honorable George Ball (Reference to Attachment Prepared to Assist in Pulling Together Some Thoughts on the Situation in Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 16 November 1967)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 18 December 1967)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 31 December 1967)
Untitled (Mentions Charles Klusmann, Air America, Pilots, and the Shape Klusmann was in After His Escape and After Receiving Medical Attention)
83
The Four Points (Mentions Basic National Rights of the Vietnamese People, Program of the NFLSV, South Vietnam, North Vietnam, Vietnam Divided into Two Zones, Military Alliance, Foreign Countries, Geneva Agreements, Reunification of Vietnam)
The View from Hanoi
Soviet Policy in Indonesia Since 1965
The Outlook in Vietnam
An Assessment of Mai Van Bo's 18 May Approach to the French Government
The Growing Strength of North Vietnamese Army Forces in South Vietnam
84
Army of the Republic of Vietnam Intentions to Mount Operations into Cambodia on 25 October 1970
Mounting of Army of the Republic of Vietnam Operations into Cambodia on 24 October 1970
The President's Daily Brief
Decision of Trial Autonomy Movement (Fulro) to Reject Validity of Results of 25-26 June 1967 Pleiku Conference of Montagnard Representatives
Dang Van Sung's Discussion of the Current Political Situation and His Belief that Ky's Chances Are Better than Thieu's for Election to the Presidency
II Corps Commander General Loc's Recommendations for Government Montagnard Policies
Special Commissioner for Montagnard Affairs' Frustrations in Dealing with Government Officials and Possibility of His Resignation
Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN) Plans to Send an ARVN Ranger Battalion on 18 May to Kompong Cham City
Labor Minister's Belief that a South Vietnamese Delegation Will Go to Paris

His Comments on President Johnson's Announcement of a Bombing Halt and President Thieu's Response
85
Comments by Lieutenant General Do Cao Tri, III Corps Commander, on the Cambodian Situation
Vice President Ky's Reaction to President Johnson's Bombing Halt Speech
Proposal of Bucharest as Site for American-Vietnamese Talks
Reactions of Cabinet Ministers to the Bombing Halt and Current Government of Vietnam/U.S. Difficulties
Viet Cong General Offensive Plans for Danang, Hue, Quang Tri and Other Centers in Viet Cong Military Region 5
Untitled (Mentions "This is in reference to your memorandum of 22 April to the Secretary of Defense and your note to me of that date.")
Difficulties of General Do Cao Tri in Providing Assistance to Kompong Cham
Initial Report of Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces Action in Bo Ba Tay Area, Cambodia
National Security Council Approval of Government Efforts to End U.S./Vietnamese Disagreement and Send a Delegation to the Paris Talks
Interior Minister Khiem's Claim that Prime Minister Huong is Cause of Government of Vietnam's Hard Stand on Question of Attendance at Paris Talks
86
The Communists' Ability to Recoup Their Tet Military Losses
Alternative Courses of Action Under Certain Assumed Conditions
Enthusiastic Reaction of Assembly Members to Thieu Speech

Meeting at Palace with Thieu and Ky
Untitled (Mentions "General Carter, Acting as Director of Central Intelligence, Approves Waiver of Restrictions on Travel Outside Urban Saigon Providing All Such Travel be Accomplished in Fixed Wing Aircraft")
Comments of Lieutenant General Dang Van Quang on Differences Between the U.S. and GVN Over Bombing Halt Negotiations
General Giap's Strategy for the Communist General Offensive
Viet Cong/North Vietnamese Tactics and Strategy for the Tet General Offensive
International Communist Aid to North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
6
87
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Vietnamese Government Plans for Action in South Vietnam
Request for Phan Huy Quat to Confer with Nguyen Manh Don in France
Untitled (Daily Brief and Special Report as of 1100 EST 20 Dec.)
New Emphasis in French Foreign Policy
Problems of Viet Cong Recruitment and Morale
88
Outlook in Mainland Southeast Asia
The Impact of the Sino-Soviet Dispute on North Vietnam and its Policies
The Situation in South Vietnam
Short-Term Prospects in Southeast Asia
Pacification in the Wake of the Tet Offensive in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Structure of National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam and People's Revolutionary Party
Cambodia's International Orientation
89
Reactions to a U.S. Course of Action in Vietnam
The Situation in Laos
Communist Road Development in Laos
Communist Activity in the Laos Panhandle
Agreement of Coup Group to Postpone Action Until After Elections
Communist Road Development in Laos
Outlook in Mainland Southeast Asia
Chinese Warning of Impending Developments in North Vietnam
Enemy Attacks on Friendly Positions in Southern Phong Saly and Western Luang Prabang Provinces
Untitled (Regarding Second of Three Messages in Response to Reference and Deals with Lao Border Operations)
90
Political Activities of Brigadier General Nguyen Ngoc Loan
Brigadier General Nguyen Ngoc Loan
Observations on the Resignation of General Thang
Vietnam (Bombing Halt and Paris Talks-Reconnaissance Flights-Role of NFLSV, Saigon-30 October Paris Session-Front and Vietnam Alliance-Moscow on Bombing Halt-East Europe on Bombing Halt-Situation in the South-Military Developments)
Current Situation in Laos
Untitled (Regarding First of Three Messages in Response to Reference and Deals with In-Country Paramilitary Operations)
Untitled (Regarding Third of Three Messages in Response Reference and Deals with Support of NVN Operations)
The Situation in Laos
The Situation in South Vietnam
91
Situation Appraisal as of 16 November 1963
The Situation in South Vietnam
Failure of the Viet Cong to Establish Liberation Committees
Status of the Viet Cong Effort to Establish Liberation Committees
Initial Assessment of Popular Reactions in the Provinces to the Viet Cong Tet Offensive
Extremist Influence in North Vietnamese Party
Effect of the Viet Cong Tet Offensive on the GVN Pacification Program
Situation Appraisal: Analysis of Vietnamese Attitudes in Wake of Viet Cong Attack on Saigon
92
World Christian Democratic Congress
Untitled (Begins: "Your letter of 29 December 1965 concerning the expansion and intensification of overall intelligence collection programs against PAVN/Viet Cong use of Cambodia in support of their operations against South Vietnam")
93
Viet Cong Rallier's Account of Low State of Viet Cong Morale in Ham Long District, Kien Hoa Province
Political Dissension in North Vietnam
Intelligence Memorandum
Binh Tay Operation
Comments by Pro-Chinese (Deleted) on the Chinese Communist Position on Negotiations in Vietnam and on President Johnson's Baltimore Speech
Alleged Chinese Preparations for Use of 15 Infantry Battalions in South Vietnam
Security Conditions in the Bonn-Cologne Area of Germany
Untitled (Memorandum for Secretary of Defense from Marshall S. Carter Regarding Overall Analysis of the Situation in South Vietnam)
The Situation in South Vietnam
94
Communist Reaction to the US Peace Offensive
The Situation in South Vietnam
Le Duc Tho's Article on Party Problems in North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Weekly Vietnam Indicators-Week Ending 22 April 1972
95
Armed Incidents Along the Korean DMZ
Prime Minister Ky to Visit Taiwan in Mid-August
96
Vice President Ky's Belief that He Should Head the GVN Peace Delegation and that Talks Should be Between Saigon and Hanoi
1. President Thieu's Decision that Vice President Ky Will Head South Vietnamese Peace Delegation 2. Make-Up of South Vietnamese Liaison Group for Paris Preliminary Talks
South Korean Efforts to Dissuade President Thieu from Sending Letter to Ho Chi Minh
Possible Changes in Vietnamese Communist Military Doctrine and Leadership
1. Arrival of Ton That Thien in Paris 2. Current Status of Information Section of South Vietnamese Delegation to the Paris Talks
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Consequences of Mining the Seaports and Water Approaches to North Vietnam and Bombing the Northern Railroads and Roads
97
Mao Tse-Tung's Statements to a Japanese Friend Concerning Chinese Intentions Toward the U.S., a Long-Range Chinese Missile, and the Vietnam War
Comments of (Deleted) Communist (Deleted) on the Paris Peace Negotiations as of Early January 1969
The Vietnam Situation
Probable Reactions of the DRV, Communist China, and the USSR to US air attacks on petroleum storage facilities in North Vietnam, at the rate of approximately two attacks per week.
Comments on "An Estimate of the Vietnam Situation, November 1967"
Memorandum for the Honorable Nicholas deB. Katzenbach
Significance of Paris as Site for Vietnamese Negotiations
An Analysis of the Montagnard Situation in South Vietnam: Situation Appraisal as of 4 November 1965
The NATO Ministerial Meeting at Reykjavik
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98
Estimate of Attitudes of News Media and General Population in Certain Countries, to U.S. Policies as Exemplified by our Actions in Vietnam and Santo Domingo
Speculation by the DRV Representative on the Possible Meeting Site of the United States-North Vietnamese Talks
Comments on Selig S. Harrison's Article "Vietnam Had a Coalition Once"
The Possibility of a GVN Deal with North Vietnam
Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Luu Loi's Statements on Hanoi's Position Regarding Negotiations on the Vietnamese War
North Vietnamese Diplomat Comments on Status of Peace Talks Negotiations
Untitled (Memo to the President from Helms Stating "This paper is an effort to take a more detailed look at what the North Vietnamese are up to than was possible on such short notice in our brief memorandum of 3 April on this general subject.")
Situation Report as of 1800 Hours Local Time, 6 April 1968
99
Some Factors Bearing on US/NVN Talks
World-Wide Reaction to the President's 31 March Announcements
Vietnamese Government Reactions to Impending Peace Talks and Measures Being Considered by the Government
Vietnamese Government Reaction to President Johnson's Speech and to Hanoi's Response to It
President Thieu's Comments on President Johnson's Vietnam Speech
North Vietnamese Views on Negotiations
President Thieu's Views on Probable North Vietnamese Demands During Forthcoming Peace Talks
Comments of North Vietnam Ambassador (Deleted) on Possible Cooperation with the United States
100
North Vietnamese Official's Comments on American Peace Initiatives in Vietnam
North Vietnamese (Deleted) Remark on President Johnson's Order to Limit Bombing
Comments (Deleted) on the Proposed Peace Talks
Briefing of Foreign Diplomats in Hanoi on the North Vietnamese Statement on Negotiations
North Vietnamese Diplomat's Comments on U.S. Peace Initiative
The Role of Ashmore and Baggs in Transmitting Hanoi's Offer of Phnom Penh as a Vietnam Negotiating Site
North Vietnamese Diplomat's Statement that Hanoi is Willing to Begin Peace Talks and Will Make Decisions Independently of China
Comments of (Deleted) North Vietnamese (Deleted) on the Current Situation
Message Sent to Government of Vietnam by French Government (Deleted)
101
Intelligence Contingency Planning for the Vietnam Theater
Views of Thich Tri Quang on the Timing of South Vietnamese Elections Following a Ceasefire
Views of Nguyen Dac Khe on Problems Relating to Negotiations Which Will Confront the Government of Vietnam
South Vietnam Liberation Front (SVNLF) Representative Declares There Will Be No Truce in South Vietnam Until the United States Stops Ignoring the SVNLF and Misjudging Its Objectives
Reaction to President Johnson's Speech by Leaders of the National Salvation Front
(Deleted) North Vietnam Would Prefer Peace Talks Site Other than Djakarta, but Contrary to Press Reports, has not Rejected Djakarta
Bomb Damage in North Vietnam
(Deleted) Report on Situation in North Vietnam
102
Delivery of Chinese Trucks to Phong Saly
Simultaneous Enemy Attacks Against Guerrilla Outposts Within Five Kilometers of Na Khang in Northern Xieng Khouang Province and Enemy Attacks Against Lao Armed Forces Positions Northwest of Na Khang
Untitled (Mentions Personal Copy of Memo for Walt W. Rostow and Road Construction and Wet Weather Logistics in the Laotian Panhandle)
Untitled (Mentions Personal Copy of Memo for Walt W. Rostow and Road Construction in the Laotian Panhandle and Adjacent Areas of South Vietnam 1967-68)
Large-Scale Enemy Move in Direction of Phou Pha Thi Site 85
(Deleted) Account of Troop Concentrations and Heavy Gun Locations in the Khang Khay Area of Xieng Khouang Province
Views of a Cuban Official on the Future of Cuban-United States Relations
Vietnamese Ambassador to the United States Bui Diem's Assessment of the Influence of the Anti-War Group in the United States, and Prime Minister Ky's Reaction that GVN Stability is the Best Guarantee of Continued American Support
Present Attitude of the Cuban Government Toward the United States: Expectation of a U.S.-Supported Military Attack on Cuba

Formal Military Training of All Cuban Army Officers
Pathet Lao Intentions to Simultaneously Attack Luang Prabang, Saravane, and Thakhek on 28 April 1968
103
Aircraft Involved in the Attack on Phou Pha Thi (Site 85)
1. North Vietnamese Satisfaction Over the Bombing Halt and Expectation of the Formation of a Coalition Government in the South 2. Pathet Lao Disagreement with Hanoi Over a Peace Settlement in Laos
Chinese Communist Activity in Northern Luang Prabang Province
General Phasouk's Speech to the Lao Cabinet
Location and Mission of North Vietnamese Army Units in the 4th Military Region of Laos
Enemy Attack Preparations Against Phou Pha Thi, Site 85
Large Enemy Troops Moves Into the Area East/Northeast of Na Khang and Enemy Activities in Northern Xieng Khouang Province
Initial Results of Enemy Attack on Phou Pha Thi, Site 85
Lao Intention to Force North Vietnamese Ambassador to Acknowledge Recognition of Royal Lao Government
Pathet Lao Officers and Lao and Thais Involved in Spying on the US Air Force Base at Nakhon Phanom, Thailand, in Planning a Possible Attack on the Base and in Infiltrating Men and Material into Thailand from the South Thakhek Area of Khammouane Province
104
Situation Appraisal of Possible Motives Behind the Construction of Roads in Northern Laos by the Chinese Communists
Developments in Laos During the Summer 1968
The Situation in Laos
Appraisal of the Security of the Guerrilla Base at Phou Pha Thi, Site 85, as of 9 March 1968
Estimate by Pro-Government Guerrillas of Enemy Strength in North-Central Laos
Enemy Encirclement of Phou Pha Thi, Site 85, in Houa Phan Province and Indications that an Attack on Phou Pha Thi is Imminent
(Deleted) Account of Far Positions in the Nam Bac Area
Appraisal of the Lao Armed Forces Defeat at Nam Bac and Repercussions from this Defeat as of 30 January 1968
Road Construction and Wet Weather Logistics in the Laotian Panhandle
Appraisal of Enemy's Dry Season Offensive and His Objectives in Laos as of 5 March 1968
105
Approval by South Vietnamese National Security Council of Plan Designed to Get a Vietnamese Delegation to Paris Talks Without Loss of Face
Comments of (Deleted) on the Expected Arrival in Paris of a Government of South Vietnam Delegation to the Peace Talks and on Madame Binh, Head of the NLF/SV Delegation
South Vietnamese National Security Council Approval of Dispatch of a Government of Vietnam Delegation to Paris
Road Construction in the Laotian Panhandle and Adjacent Areas of South Vietnam 1967-1968
The Declining Gold Trade in Laos
Laos Situation Report as of 21 October 1968
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain SEATO Undertakings in South Vietnam
106
Government of Vietnam Plans for Forming Delegation to Paris Talks
Claim that North Vietnamese Leaders are Daunted by Bombings
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain SEATO Undertakings in South Vietnam
General Low Morale of the North Vietnamese Population and the Factors Contributing to it
Presidential Views Concerning the Bombing Halt and the Paris Talks
Possibility that South Vietnam Will Agree to go to Paris for "Preliminary Contacts" Rather than Full-Scale Peace Negotiations
Plans for an Early October Visit to the United Nations by Pope Paul VI
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain US Actions in South Vietnam
Shortage of Doctors, Medicines, and Medical Facilities in Hanoi
107
Evacuation of North Vietnamese Government Offices from Hanoi
Bomb Damage and People's Morale in Hanoi Area
Assertion by North Vietnamese Official that Americans will Leave Vietnam from Discouragement and that Negotiations are Possible if Bombing of North Stops
Miscellaneous Observations in Hanoi
Electric Power and Gasoline Conditions in Hanoi
Extensive Damage to Utilities and Transportation Network in Haiphong-Hanoi Area
Effect of the Government Propaganda on the Morale of the Populace in Hanoi
Growing Anti-Chinese Communist Sentiment Among the North Vietnamese Population
Comments on the Effects of US Air Strikes, Missile Launchings, Transportation Difficulties, and Food and Drug Shortages in North Vietnam
Agreement Between Chief of State Thieu and Prime Minister Ky that Thieu, as President, will be a Figurehead and Ky, as Vice President, will Retain Principal Control After the Elections
108
Reaction of Residents of North Vietnam to American Bombing
Mao, Lin and Chou Statement (Deleted) that Liu Shao-Ch'i Will be Legally Removed from Government and Party Positions at 1968 National Assembly Convention and Statement by Lin Piao Concerning China's Entry into Vietnam War
Statement of Chinese Communist Official that North Vietnamese Request for Aid to Offset Destruction Caused by American Bombing is Creating a Serious Economic Problem for China
Telephone Call from Mr. McCone Relating to Hanoi and Peiping
Observations in Hanoi in Late May 1967
Observations on Conditions in Hanoi as of 7 July
Conditions in Hanoi
Further Comments Regarding Question of Damage to Dykes in North Vietnam
Poor Morale Among North Vietnamese Troops and Populace: Effects of Bombing
The Kosygin Delegation to North Vietnam
109
Letter from John McCone to President Relating to the Limited Scale Air Action Against North Vietnam Which We Envision for Next Few Months
Letter from Director Raborn to President Relating to Military Objectives in Vietnam
Letter from W.F. Raborn to President Relating to Military Objectives in Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Letter from William Raborn to President Relating to Additional Troops to South Vietnam
The Current Position of Hanoi and Peiping On a Negotiated Settlement in Vietnam
Communist Positions on a New Geneva Conference on Cambodia
Free World Reaction to the Vietnam Air Strikes
Program of Expanded Military and Political Moves with Respect to Vietnam
110
Military Plans for a Revolutionary Government to Replace the Present Government of South Vietnam
Letter from W.F. Raborn to McGeorge Bundy Relating to Estimative Memorandum Prepared by Board of National Estimates on the Subject of Communist Reactions to US Attacks on POL Installations in North Vietnam
Hanoi's 23 September Memorandum on Negotiating the Vietnam War
Future Soviet Moves in Vietnam
The Dimensions of Kosygin's Trip
Soviet Tactics Concerning Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam
Comments on the Secretary of Defense's 26 June 1965 Memorandum, "Program of Expanded Military and Political Moves with Respect to Vietnam"
Communist Reactions to Possible US Actions
111
Militant and Moderate Elements in the North Vietnamese Communist Party
Communist Reactions to Possible US Courses of Action Against North Vietnam
Short-Term Prospects in South Vietnam
Probable Communist Reactions to a US Course of Action
Communist Military Capabilities and Near-Term Intentions in Laos and South Vietnam
Reactions to a Certain US Course of Action in Southeast Asia
Memo Relating to Communist and General World Reactions to a US Course of Action
SA-2 Mobility in North Vietnam
112
Comments on Vietnam
Alleged North Vietnamese Expression to French of Willingness to Have U Thant Mediate Vietnam Solution
Trends and Highlights of Communist Bloc Broadcasts
Probable Communist Reactions to a US Course of Action
SA-2 Mobility in North Vietnam
1. A Situation Report on IV Corps Seven Weeks After Initiation of the Post-Tet Offensive 2. Status of Pacification and the Government's Presence in the Countryside
Three Memoranda Attached Re Vietnam
Probable Communist Reactions to a US Course of Action
The Situation in South Vietnam
Communist Statements Regarding Intervention in Vietnam and Possible Negotiations
113
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Communist Statements Regarding Intervention in Vietnam and Possible Negotiations
The Situation in South Vietnam
Revolutionary Development
Letter to McGeorge Bundy from Ray S. Cline Regarding Declassified Version of Recent Memorandum on the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The President's Daily Brief
114
An Appraisal of the Effects of the First Year of Bombing in North Vietnam
CIA Brief for August 7, 1965
CIA Report for Saturday, November 5, 1966
Reactions Abroad to Vietnam Protest Demonstrations in the US
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
Construction of Roads Will Make Possible the Strengthening of Communist Forces in South Vietnam and Southern Laos
Situation in South Vietnam
The Organization, Activities, and Objectives of the Communist Front in South Vietnam
Untitled (Mentions that "The North Vietnamese seem to want a war of attrition in the two provinces just south of the Demilitarized Zone.")
Untitled (Mentions "CIA Director McCone prepared a memorandum for the record of this meeting, January 6, in which his views were outlined more fully.")
115
Presidential Meeting on Laos, 19 April 1963
Memorandum of a Meeting with the President
Meeting on Laotian Situation
Memorandum of Meeting at the White House on Sunday, May 13, 1962, 4:30 p.m., Attended by the President, Rusk, McNamara, Gilpatric, Lemnitzer, Harriman, the Attorney General, McCone, Bundy, Hilsman, Ball (for a Short Time) and Case.
Memorandum of Conversation Between President Kennedy and the Director of Central Intelligence (McCone)
Editorial Note (Mentions "McCone prepared notes of his impressions of Thailand")
An Appraisal of the Effects of the First Year of Bombing in North Vietnam
Executive Committee of the NSC Meeting-12:00 noon-10 April 1963
Prospects for Communist Use of Air-to-Air Missiles Over Vietnam
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116
Prospects for Communist Use of Air-to-Air Missiles Over Vietnam
Status and Purpose of Indonesian Delegation to South Vietnam
Indications of an Impending Communist Offensive in South Vietnam
Operational Planing on Laos-Presidential Meeting 19 June 1963
National Security Council Meeting on Laos, 20 April 1963
North Vietnamese Reaction to Harrison Salisbury Visit
Status Report on SAMs in North Vietnam
Statements by North Vietnamese Army Captain that U.S. Prisoners Held in Hanoi are Well Treated
117
Relief of III Corps Commander Le Nguyen Khang that Prime Minister Ky did not Discuss Peace Negotiations with Visiting Indonesian Delegation
Reported Viet Cong Elections in Quang Ngai Province and Reasons Why the Movement has Ceased
Statement (Deleted) that One Faction in North Vietnam Feels Food Situation is so Difficult that War Should Stop
Arrest and Detention of Military Officers by Order of Director General of National Police in Connection with the Removal of Deputy Prime Minister Co
Prime Minister Ky's Statement of Interest in Opening a Channel to the National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam
Possible Augmentation of Hanoi's MiG Fighter Force
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in November 1966
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in December 1966
Statements Made by Brigadier General Nguyen Ngoc Loan Concerning Acceptable Candidates for the Presidency of South Vietnam
Areas of Disagreement Between Representatives of the Directorate and Constituent Assembly Concerning Revision of the Draft Constitution
118
The Situation in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in December 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Informal CIA/OCI Evaluation of 29 January Critchfield Article
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in November 1966
Visit of Indonesian Delegation to South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Low State of Morale in North Vietnamese Regiment
119
British Involvement in North Vietnam's Foreign Trade and Shipping
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 16 February 1967)
State of Morale in North Vietnam and Sincerity of Willingness to Negotiate Peace
Communist Reactions to Certain US Military Operations in Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 16 January 1967)
The Situation in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in February 1967
120
Communist Military and Economic Assistance to North Vietnam
Pacification and Nation-building in Vietnam: Present Status, Current Trends and Prospects
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam During January 1967
Shipping to North Vietnam During 1965
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in March 1967
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in December 1966
Shipping to North Vietnam in May 1967
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in January 1967
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in April 1967
The Situation in South Vietnam
121
Chinese Military Activity in North Vietnam

Chinese Pressures on North Vietnam not to Negotiate
The Situation in South Vietnam
Pressure Exerted by Prime Minister and Chief of State on Opposition Leader to Cooperate with Directorate in Drafting Constitution
Activities of Political Elements in Behalf of Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Thieu as a Candidate for the Presidency and Efforts to Form a Government Front Group
1. Claim of Revolutionary Dai Viet Party in Thua Thien Province that it Will Have Some 6,500 Members by End of February 2. Claim that Three Factions of the VNQDD in Thua Thien are Sympathetic Toward the Revolutionary Dai Viet Party
Comments of General Nguyen Bao Tri, Minister of Information and Open Arms Concerning the Possible Candidacies of Prime Minister Ky and Chief of State Thieu for the Presidency
Attempts of Buddhists and Students to Revive Struggle Movement
North Vietnamese Explanation of Alteration in DRV Demand for U.S. Acceptance of Four Points
Presence of Chinese Communist Troops in North Vietnam in October 1965
The Situation in South Vietnam
122
Viet Cong Difficulties in Chau Doc Province
Charge by Senior Military Officer that the French will Support a Civilian Candidate for the Presidency in the Hope of Obtaining the Neutralization of Southeast Asia
Background to Current North Vietnamese Refusal to Allow Newsmen into North Vietnam
North Vietnamese Delegation's Visit to Peking and Efforts to Arrange for Soviet Shipments Through China
The Situation in South Vietnam
Viet Tri and Phu Tho Industrial Areas in North Vietnam
Burmese Leftist's Allegation that North Vietnam Intends to Seek Vietnam Settlement in Rangoon
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 15 March 1967)
Assessment of the Situation in the Southern Delta of South Vietnam
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123
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Viet Cong Status and Prospects - 1966-67
Situation Appraisal. This is an Estimate of the Security Situation in I Corps Following the Attack on Quang Tri City and Other Areas of Quang Tri Province as of 15 April 1967
Pledges of Support for Prime Minister Ky's Presidential Candidacy by I Corps Commanding General and Vietnam Nationalist Party Leaders
Viet Cong Intentions to Increase Military Activity in Kontum Province During the 1967 Rainy Season
1. Viet Cong /VC/ Asserted Intention to Take Thua Thien and Quang Tri Provinces in 1967 at Any Cost 2. Continuing VC Plans to Counter Rural Pacification in Thua Thien Province
Inconclusive Results of Meeting of Senior Vietnamese Generals to Discuss Presidential Candidacy of Chief of State Nguyen Van Thieu and Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky
Viet Cong Use of Women in Guerrilla Units Intelligence Collection, and to Induce Men Serving with the Government of Vietnam to Defect
Damage to Hanoi Thermal Power Plant
124
1. General Conditions in Hanoi 23 May 1967 2. Comments of North Vietnam Foreign Ministry Official (Deleted) on Possibilities of Peace Talks
Views on Presidential Election of Minster (Deleted)
1. Effectiveness of U.S. Air Raids on North Vietnam 2. Morale of North Vietnamese
Government of Vietnam Analysis of War Situation and Draft for a Presidential Candidacy Platform
An Analysis by Moving Averages of the War in South Vietnam
Statement by General Vang Pao Concerning MIA's Held in North Vietnam
Communist Policy and the Next Phase in Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Intention of Tran Van Huong to be Candidate for the Presidency
Damage of Civilian Structures and Civilian Casualties in the Hanoi-Haiphong Area 10 April to 22 May 1967
125
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Status of North Vietnam's Electric Power Industry as of 25 May 1967
Reaction to Various US Courses of Action
The Status of North Vietnam's Petroleum Storage Facilities as of 25 May 1967
Deteriorating Relations Between Chief of State Nguyen Van Thieu and Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky
1. Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky's Determination that Presidential and Upper House Elections be Held on September First 2. Dam Van Quy's Minority Group Slate for the Upper House Elections
Possibilities of Soviet An-12 Airlift to Vietnam
126
Comments by North Vietnamese Official Abroad Concerning the United Nations, UN Secretary General U Thant, the Lack of Arab Support for North Vietnam, and the Attitude of the North Vietnamese Government Concerning Journalist Visitors
Government of Vietnam Analysis of War Situation and Draft for a Presidential Candidacy Platform
Moderate Buddhist Leader Thich Tam Chau's Attitude Towards the Government of Vietnam and Militant Buddhists
General Nguyen Van Thieu's Views on Prime Minister Ky's Candidacy for the Presidency, and United States Policies in Vietnam
Statements of National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam Representatives (Deleted)
The Status of North Vietnam's Electric Power Industry - 15 May 1967
Status of North Vietnam's Electric Power Industry
Aviation Week Report of Shyster Missiles to North Vietnam
Infiltration and Logistics-South Vietnam
127
Memorandum for: the President
Implications of an Unfavorable Outcome in Vietnam
Impact of Friendly Operations on VC Guerrillas and Infrastructure
North Vietnamese Military Potential for Fighting in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Reaction of the North Vietnamese to the Stepped Up Air Attacks
Transmittal of CAS Saigon Memorandum to Ambassador Lodge
The Vietnamese Exiles: A Third Force?
128
The Situation in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 April 1967)
Nation in Ferment: National Elections and Political Permutations in South Vietnam
Situation Appraisal of Buddhism as a Political Force During Current Election Period Extending Through September 1967
Status of the Draft of the Election Laws
Reaction at Hanoi Airfield to 5 May 1967 Air Raid Alert
Chinese Diplomat's Remarks on Vietnam
Problems of Political Development in South Vietnam Over the Next Year or So
North Vietnamese Relations with the National Liberation Front of South Vietnam
Capture of American Prisoner of War by the Viet Cong near Dalat City
129
Sighting of an Australian and an American Prisoner Under Viet Cong Escort in Svay Rieng Province, Cambodia
POW Camps for Allied Prisoners in Cambodia Subordinate to the Central Office for South Vietnam--Problems Created for the Camps and Hospitals in the Area by Allied Military Action
1. Location of American Prisoner of War Compound in Hanoi Central 2. North Vietnamese Treatment of American Prisoners of War
Cambodia and the Vietnamese Communists
Sino-Vietnamese Frictions
Pacification in South Vietnam: A Preliminary Damage Assessment
Transfer of American Prisoner of War from South Vietnam
American Prisoner of War in Tuyen Due Province
Viet Cong Policy on Handling of Vietnamese Military, Political and U.S. Prisoners in Viet Cong Ben Tre Province in the Delta
130
Northward Movement of U.S. Civilian and Military Personnel Captured in South Vietnam
Economic Intelligence Weekly
Economic Intelligence Weekly
Biographic Profiles on Personnel of the South Vietnam Liberation Army, Enemy Proselytizing Office, Concerned with Handling of Prisoners of War
Detention and Treatment of American Prisoners of War in North and South Vietnam
North Vietnamese Policy Toward United States Prisoners of War
American Prisoner of War Camp in Quynh Luu District, Nghe An Province, North Vietnam
Personal Views on Possible North Vietnamese Refusal to Comply Fully with Terms of a Prisoner Exchange Agreement
Central Office for South Vietnam Directive on Treatment and Disposition of American Prisoners-of-War
American Prisoners of War in Viet Cong Inter-Region 5
131
North Vietnamese Violations of the Geneva Agreements on Laos
Vietnam: General Khanh, to All Appearances, Has Accepted His Ouster As Armed Forces Commander
Possibility of New Soviet-type Weapons Being Introduced into the Vietnam War
Soviet Efforts to Gain Access to U.S. POW's in North Vietnam
Hanoi's Motives
Location and Description of C-3B Communist Hospital in Cambodia
Alleged Viet Cong Use of American Prisoners of War in Nghia Hanh District, Quang Ngai Province, to Teach Cadres English
Vietnam (Document Mentions DRV-U.S. Contacts, Air Strikes Against the DRV, Military Developments in the South, and Political Developments)
Population and Area Control in South Vietnam
132
Attitudes of Ho Chi Minh and Le Duan Toward the War in Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam During March 1966
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 April)
Vietnamese/Thai Support to the Free Cambodia Movement
Overall Progress - From USMACV Headway Addenda to OPSUM 119 for Period 27 June to 4 July
Status of the Free Election Principle in Strategic Hamlets on 28 November 1962
Program to Sample Peasant Attitudes and Opinions
View (Deleted) that Preconditions for Negotiations on Vietnam are Cessation of Bombing, De-Escalation of Hostilities, Recognition of Viet Cong, and Agreement that Objectives are Implementation of Geneva Agreement and a Neutralized Government in Vietnam
Memorandum from Richard Helms to Hon. McGeorge Bundy Concerning Various Programs for Bombing North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
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133
Implications of the Fall of Nam Tha
Vice President Ky's Present Mood, Events Leading Thereto, and Proposed Remedial Action
Text of Message from Ambassador Lodge (Concerns South Vietnamese Plans)
Government of Vietnam Acting Foreign Minister Cuu's Comments to Ambassador Lodge on the Buddhist Issue and Alleged American Involvement
The Situation in South Vietnam
Thich Tri Quang and Buddhist Political Objectives in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam During March 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Vulnerability of Non-Communist Groups in South Vietnam to Viet Cong Political Subversion
134
Relationship of US Stand in South Vietnam to Stability of Southeast Asia
Into the Valley (An essay voicing concerns about becoming progressively divorced from reality in Vietnam)
Situation Report on I Corps Developments as of 1900 Hours Local Time on 23 May
The Situation in South Vietnam
Relationship of US Stand in South Vietnam to Stability of Southeast Asia
The Situation in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 May)
The Situation in South Vietnam (As of 12 Noon EDT)
The Situation in South Vietnam (As of 12:00 Noon)
The Situation in South Vietnam
135
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Untitled (Comments on effects of US air attacks)
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in July 1966
The Vietnamese Communists Debate Military Strategy
Dissension Among South Vietnam's Generals
Viet Cong Anti-Election Activity in South Vietnam
The Chinese Position in North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
North Vietnamese Intentions and Attitudes Toward the War
136
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 14 July 1966)
The Situation in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in May 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
Statements by North Vietnamese Representative (Deleted) that North Vietnam's Four Points Have Not Been Modified, No Volunteers Are Being Accepted by North Vietnam, (Deleted)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 11 August 1966)
Viet Cong Plans to Disrupt Government of Vietnam Constituent Assembly Elections in Binh Thuan Province
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
137
Reactions to a Certain US Course of Action
Effects of the Rolling Thunder Program: Bomb Damage, Civilian Casualties, and Morale in North Vietnam
Comments on Secretary McNamara's Draft Statement on the Conduct of the Air War in North Vietnam
Promise by Cao Dai Church Leadership to Support the Government of Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in June 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
138
DRV Analysis of the War in South Vietnam
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in October 1966
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in October 1966
Viet Cong Antielection Activity in South Vietnam
South Vietnam's Elections
Probable North Vietnamese Reaction to Certain Clandestine Operations
Evaluation of Alternative Programs for Bombing North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Viet Cong Antielection Activity in South Vietnam
Statement (Deleted) that North Vietnam Would Accept Indonesia's Offer to Act as Intermediary for Negotiations if United States Accepted North Vietnam's Four Conditions
139
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Statement by North Vietnamese Representative (Deleted) that War is Extremely Hard on North Vietnam but North Vietnamese are Prepared to Fight Till Victory
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in August 1966
Foreign Shipping to North Vietnam in August 1966
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
11
140
South Vietnam's Constituent Assembly - A Preliminary Appraisal
Comments (Deleted) on Evacuation of Hanoi, Decentralization of War Industry, and Attitude
Allegation by Viet Cong Colonel that a Chinese Communist Division Will Be Sent Into Vietnam
Indonesian Intent to Mediate in Vietnamese Conflict
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Organization, Activities, and Objectives of the Communist Front in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Situation in South Vietnam
Two US Pilots Captured in Quang Binh Province
141
Reported Viet Cong Election in Quang Ngai Province

NFLSVN Intent to Form Central Government in Opposition to the Government of Vietnam
Comments of (Deleted) North Vietnam (Deleted) on the Position of the United States in the Vietnam Conflict
Implications of the Current Cabinet Crisis in South Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
Capture of U.S. Pilot in Thanh Hoa Province
Exhibition of US POWs
Captured US Pilot
Information Concerning Captured United States Pilot
1. Effects in North Vietnam of American Bombings 2. North Vietnamese Military Successes
Capture of U.S. Pilot who Was Later Turned Over to a Vietnamese Security Agent and Three Soviets
142
Allied Prisoners in the Hands of the VC
Captured US Pilots
Captured Vietnamese and American Soldiers in Binh Dinh Province, 1965
ARVN Soldiers and Two American Prisoners Seen in Laos
Are the Vietnam and Dominican Republic Crises Linked?
Preliminary Report of Data Task Force
Report of Task Force on Vietnam Data and Trend Indicators
Suggested Topical Organization for Document Notebook
Vietnam Data Task Force Progress Report
Results of the National Police Special Branch Roll-Up Campaign in Government of Vietnam Military Region 3 During the Period 8 April - 7 July 1972
143
The Situation in South Vietnam
Telegram from McCone to President's Special Assistant for National Security Affairs Relating to High Probability of Continuing Political Instability in Saigon
Decisions and Discussions at the 31 January Armed Forces Council Meeting, Including Expressions of Catholic Reluctance to Participate in the Military/Civilian Council and Their Wariness of the Current Situation
The British and Vietnam
Discussion with the President, Saturday, December 21, 1963
Special Daily Report on North Vietnam for the President's Eyes Only
Memo from Richard Helms to the President Concerning a Major Study on the Subject of "The Vietnamese Communists' Will to Persist"
Communist Military and Economic Aid to North Vietnam, 1970-1974
Meeting at His Residence with President Johnson 10:00 a.m. - Thursday - November 23th for Approximately 30 Minutes
Probable Reactions to Certain US Courses of Action
144
The Situation in Vietnam (As of 0600 EST)
Map of South Vietnam divided into provinces and military regions and pointing out the location of Operations Double Eagle and Masher
Map of Southeastern Laos showing road network status up to 1965
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain US or US-Sponsored Courses of Action in Vietnam and Laos
Map of South Vietnam
The Situation in Vietnam - Information as of 1600 - 25 April 1966
Summary of Air Strikes Against North Vietnam, 23 and 24 July
Map of Quang Tri District, South Vietnam, showing the positions of NVA units
Communist Military Capabilities and Near-Term Intentions in Laos and South Vietnam
145
Communist and Free World Reactions to a Possible US Course of Action
Vietnam Estimates
Memo from McCone to Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs Relating to Estimates and Position Papers on the Vietnamese Situation Under Continuing Review
Memorandum: "Communist Intentions in South Vietnam"
Probable Communist Reactions to a US Course of Action
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain US Actions
Communist Reactions to Possible US Courses of Action Against North Vietnam
Reactions to Possible US Courses of Action
Program of Expanded Military and Political Moves with Respect to Vietnam
146
Evaluation of Alternative Programs for Bombing North Vietnam (Document is a Letter from Richard Helms to Robert McNamara)
Effects of the Rolling Thunder Program: Bomb Damage, Civilian Casualties, and Morale in North Vietnam
Comments on Secretary McNamara's Draft Statement on the Conduct of the Air War in North Vietnam
Effectiveness of Bombing in North Vietnam
Probable Reactions of Asian Communists to Possible US Courses of Action Against North Vietnam
Vietnam Estimates
Comments on Secretary McNamara's Trip Report (Document is a Memo from Richard Helms to the Hon. Robert S. McNamara)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 29 February 1968)
147
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 18 December 1967)
Option A Plus
Presidential Deliberation and Planning on the Proposed Amendments to the South Vietnamese Constitution
Evidence of the General Accuracy of US Air Strikes on North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 31 January 1968)
Employment of the Walleye System Against Targets in North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
148
History of Strength Estimates of the Communist "Administrative Services"
The Strength of Viet Cong "Main Force Support Personnel"
The Case for Higher Guerrilla Strengths Based on Shortcomings in the MACV RITZ Reporting System, August and September 1967
Viet Cong Irregular Strength
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 18 July 1967)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 15 September 1967)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam
Reports covering recent meetings (Deleted) and reporting on matters of MHCHAOS interest. (CCAS Becoming More Involved in North Vietnamese Cause)
149
(Deleted) (Asks stations to relay information in connection with the anti-Vietnam war movement in the US and information on their involvement with communist or other anti-American and foreign elements abroad)
Deleted (Details history of CCAS

CCAS Supplying info to Hanoi on troop movements from west coast to Vietnam, trip to Philippines - connection with resident groups there, project concerning Pan American Airways)
Intelligence Failures in Vietnam: Suggestions for Reform
Japan Chapter of Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars
Vietnam Moratorium Mobilization (Washington, D.C. 13-16 Nov 1969)
Deleted (Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars Concludes Visit to China, Also Visited Philippines, Talked to GI's, Radical Filipino Professors)
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
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150
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
American Indian Movement
(Deleted) report (Deleted) concerning (Deleted) recent activities, some of which are of MHCHAOS interest. (CCAS Near Splitting Over China Versus Vietnam Priority Dispute)
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
151
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Demonstrations of the National Mobilization Committee in Washington, D.C., Inauguration Weekend, 18-20 January 1969
152
Warning of the Tet Offensive
Untitled (American Involvement in Anti-Vietnam War Activities in West Berlin Has Continued Since Ref A)
Untitled (To Berkeley, CA from Ford Regarding Letter of November 29th)
A Review of the Situation in Vietnam
The Intelligence Background of the Current Communist Offensive
Youth International Party (YIP)
Capabilities of the Vietnamese Communists for Fighting in South Vietnam
The War in Vietnam
Communist Preparations for the Tet Offensive in Retrospect
Project Resistance (Demonstrations in Washington, D.C. - 7-8 May 1967)
153
Anti-Vietnam War Movement
Demonstration Protesting U.S. Intervention in Vietnam
Project Merrimack (Related to Project Resistance)
WSP Demonstration Scheduled for 20 September 1967 at Washington, D.C.
Untitled (Relates to Project Resistance - Wilson, Dagmar)
Untitled (The New York Times of 22 April 1967 Carried an Article Which Stated that the Opponents to the War in Vietnam Hoped to Run King as a Presidential Candidate, and Spock as His Running Mate)
Untitled (Relates to Project Resistance - Washington Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam)
Special Activities Division Operational Plan for Anti-Vietnam War Demonstrations Weekend Beginning 20 October 1967
154
Anti-Vietnam War Protest - November 1969
Situation Information Report (Relates to Project Merrimack)
Calendar of Tentatively Scheduled Activities (Relates to Project Merrimack)
The Underground Press
Situation Information Report (Relates to Project Merrimack)
Calendar of Tentatively Scheduled Activities (Relates to Project Merrimack)
Situation Information Report - Addendum (Relates to Project Merrimack)
Operation Merrimack - Special Report
Joint Treaty of Peace Between the U.S. and Vietnamese Peoples (From Current Issue of Quicksilver Times)
Vietnam Moratorium Day (VMD) 15 October 1969
155
Information on Luis Perez
Military Interest in CIA Identification of "FIDEL," Caucasian Interrogator in North Vietnam PW Compound
West Coast Subversive Organizations and Their Interaction and Proposed Goals (Describes United Mexican-American Students)
Cuban Program in North Vietnam
Untitled (Discusses Students for a Democratic Society, the Radical Education Project, and the Committee of Returned Volunteers)
Committee of Returned Volunteers
Vietnam Prisoner Release
Anti-Vietnam War Protest - November 1969 - II
Identification of "Fidel", Cuban Interrogator of U.S. Prisoners of War in North Vietnam
North Vietnamese Intentions in Indochina
156
(Deleted) Receipt of Request from Lawyer for Dr. Benjamin Spock for Japanese Support and Attendance of Japanese Lawyers or Sympathizers at Dr. Spock's Trial
Source Description for Information in OS Memorandum of 8 October 1968 Re: (Deleted)
Efforts to Enlist International Support for Dr. Spock and Colleagues During Their Forthcoming Trial
The Outlook from Hanoi: Factors Affecting North Vietnam's Policy on the War in Vietnam
Untitled (Describes Barbara Jean Cieciorka, Passport J-D7018, Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, Syrian Arab Republic, Hippies, Mexico, The Examiner Kidnapped, Terrence Cannon, Gail Brown, SNCC, Dubois Club)
Untitled (Relates to the sale of Air Asia Ltd., A Subsidiary of Air America to E-Systems Inc of Dallas)
Untitled (Discusses Pilots Held in a Cave)
157
Transmittal of (Deleted) Information to DIA
Death of American Pilots Held Near Ban Na Kay, Houa Phan Province
Untitled (Trying to Further Pinpoint Location of POW Sightings)
Untitled (Pilots are Detained in a Cave)
Untitled (Discusses Location of Crash)
Untitled (2 American Pilots Held Prisoner in a Cave

Executed in Retaliation for the Jet Strike)
Untitled (Prisoners Formerly Held in a Cave Have Been Moved to NVN)
Untitled (Cable on Male MIA)
Untitled (Cable on Gregg Hartness)
Fragmentary Reports of Imprisoned American Pilots in the Sam Neua Area of Houa Phan Province
158
Sighting of a Dead U.S. Pilot in Bac Thai Province, North Vietnam
Untitled (Pilots Held in a Cave)
Pathet Lao (Deleted) Account of His Witnessing the Capture of Two Downed American Pilots
Death of American Flier in Houa Phan Province and Use of American Prisoners for Propaganda Purposes
Prisoners Held in Cave in Houa Phan Province
Untitled (Discusses Sightings of Pilots)
Establishment of a Major Pathet Lao Political and Military Headquarters 12 Kilometers East of Sam Neua
Two American Pilots Held Captive in Khang Khay, Xieng Khouang Province, in May 1965
159
Accounts of the Shooting Down of a Supply Plane in Savanmarket
Seven Non-Lao Prisoners - Four Americans, Two Thais and One Vietnamese - Held by the Pathet Lao at Ban Thaphachon as of December 1966
Apparent Good Condition of the C-46 Crash Survivors and Pathet Lao Plans to Send Them to Khang Khay
U.S. Military Personnel Capture by NVN/VC Forces
Sighting of Two Downed U.S. Pilots in Hoa Binh Province, North Vietnam
Death of a U.S. Pilot in Phong Minh Village, Luc Ngan District, Ha Bac Province, North Vietnam
Reports of Two American Male and One American Female Held Prisoner by the PL/NVA Near Sam Neua in April 1971 and in the Lao Ngam Area in 1967-68
1. Capture of American Pilot in Xieng Khouang Province in Mid-1970 2. Observation of American POW at Ban Nakay Neua Prison Camp in Sam Neua Province, Reported Presence of (Deleted) Prisoners at Camp and Description of Prison Camp
Passage of Three Captured Pilots Through Khammouane Province Toward the Mu Gia Pass in 1965
Relative Military Capabilities of Opposing Forces in Laos
160
Nhan Dan on Violation of Haiphong's Airspace

22 September Raids
Sighting of a U.S. Prisoner of War in Huu Quan Village, Haiphong Municipality
Death of U.S. Pilot in Haiphong Province, North Vietnam
U.S. Casualties in Son La Province, South Vietnam
Relative Military Capabilities of Opposing Forces in Laos
Sighting of a Dead U.S. Pilot in Vinh Bao District, Haiphong Municipality, North Vietnam
Recovery of U.S. Prisoners of War in the North Vietnamese Film "Phi Cong Trong Bo Quan Ao Ngu" (Pilots in Pajamas)
Status of Survivors of C-46 Crash and Pathet Lao Plans for Them
Two American Prisoners of War Observed at School on Bo Song Street, Hanoi City
Nhan Dan Publishes Identities of Downed Pilots
161
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Sighting of a U.S. POW in Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
Photograph Analysis and Comparison of Major Donald G. Cook and Captain Ronald E. Pfeifer
Project Resistance (On Arizona State University)
Analysis of Two Letters Dated 11 April 1970, Signed by PFC Donald Lee Sparks (MIA)
Request for Handwriting Analysis
I.D. Cards of Captured U.S. Pilots Shown on T.V.

AALAPSO Issues Appeal for 37 South Africans

El Mundo Marks Kenya's Independence Day
Untitled (Identifies Radical Students at the College of William and Mary and Summarizes Dissident Activities During the Months of April and May)
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 12,411
162
Photo Comparison of Capt. Horace H. Fleming, III, Case No. 12,423
Sighting of Two Prisoners of War (POWs) in Gia Luong District, Ha Bac Province, North Vietnam
Killing of Two American Pilots Shot Down Over North Vietnam
Downing of an Observation Aircraft by Enemy AA Gunfire Northeast of Saravane, Irregular GM Movements in the Saravane and Paksong Areas, and Government Clashes in the Paksong and Champassak/Sithandone Areas
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Capture of Two American Advisors in Phuoc Tuy Province
Sighting of U.S. Prisoner of War in Long Khanh Province, South Vietnam
Sighting of American Prisoner of War in Phuoc Long Province
Sighting of Two U.S. Pilots in Nam Dinh City, Nam Ha Province, North Vietnam, in May or June 1971
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,022 Glendon L. Ammon
163
Technical Comments on Photos of POWs
Sighting of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in Southern Laos in Mid-June 1971
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,770
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,590
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Sighting of Dead U.S. Pilot in Hanoi, North Vietnam
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,145 Capt. Kurt C. McDonald
American, Thai, and Philippine Prisoners of War Held in Laos - Locations of Four Enemy Prisons in South Laos
164
Presence of Three Rather Than Two American Pilot Prisoners Near the Nam Sim East of Sam Neua
Sightings of Two U.S. Pilots Captured by Pathet Lao Forces in Sam Neua Province
Information on Captured United States Air Force Pilots in Houa Phan Province
Follow-Up Reporting on Sighting of Three U.S. Military Prisoners of War in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
Report from Defector of American Prisoners Near Ban Na Kay in January 1966 and on Locations of Enemy Installations in That Area of Houa Phan Province
Capture of an American Jet Pilot in Khammouane Province in Early 1965 or Early 1966
Transfer of Two American Pilots held Captive in Laos to North Vietnam
American and Thai Prisoners Near Ban Na Kay in Houa Phan Province
Sightings and Reported Casualties of U.S. Prisoners in Bien Hoa and Binh Duong Provinces, South Vietnam
165
Reported 8 January 1973 Shootdown of U.S. Helicopter and Capture of Four Pilots by Viet Cong in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam
8 January 1973 Army Helicopter Crash in Quang Tri Province, South Vietnam
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,769
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,827
Observation of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in South Vietnam
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Tan Uyen District, Bien Hoa Province
Possible Deaths of Two Downed U.S. Pilots in Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam, on 26 December 1971
Returnee (Deleted) Comments Regarding 8 January 1973 Helicopter Crash in Quang Tri
Untitled (Gives Conclusions on Photo Comparisons of Perrine)
166
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 10,146 Maj. J.C. Hartney
Viet Cong Efforts to Conscript Military Forces and Thwart Recruitment by the Government
Untitled (Photo Comparison of SGT Charles F Prevedel with Christmas 1966 Film)
Untitled (Photo Comparison Request on Charles F Prevedel)
Results of Photo Comparison Case No. 10,509
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Sighting of Three U.S. Military Prisoners of War in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
167
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
The Committee for a Vietnam Day
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,410
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Photo Comparison Analysis Results
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
Letters Sent to (Deleted) by the Vietnam Day Committee, Berkeley, California
168
Technical Analysis Results
Detention of Three U.S. Prisoners of War in Dam Doi District, An Xuyen Province, South Vietnam
Detention of Two U.S. Prisoners of War by Communists in Cambodia
Sighting of a Dead U.S. Pilot in Snuol District, Kratie Province, Cambodia
American Casualties and Grave Sites in Kratie Province, Cambodia
Briefing of (Deleted) on Status of Col. Patrick M. Fallon, USAF MIA/Laos
Sighting of an American Working with the Viet Cong in Dai Loc District of Quang Nam Province
169
American Prisoners of War in Viet Cong Inter-Region 5
American Prisoner Who Cooperated with the VC in VC Quang Da Special Zone and Conditions in the VC Military Region 5 Prison Camp
Sighting of Two Americans Apparently Operating as Collaborators with the Viet Cong in Quang Ngai Province, South Vietnam
Biographic Site Report as of 12 Aug 77
Conversation with Secretary of State, 13 February 1979
Asian Communist Employment of Negotiations as a Political Tactic (Reference Title: Esau XXXII)
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,473
Untitled (Memo to DCI Regarding Letter from Jack Garwood on Son's Return to U.S. Dated 790220)
Possible Identification of Four Captured U.S. Servicemen
Additional Information on U.S. Prisoners of War Reportedly Held in North Vietnam and Reported Socialist Republic of Vietnam Policy on Information Regarding U.S. Personnel Killed in Action
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170
Communist Military and Economic Aid to North Vietnam, 1970-1974
Reported Sightings of Detained Caucasians/Americans in Saigon: Alleged Detention of American Prisoners of War in North Vietnam
Untitled (A Pathet Lao Soldier Claimed that About Two Months Earlier He had Personally Observed Americans Working with the North Vietnam Army Near the Demilitarized Zone Between North and South Vietnam)
Reported Sighting of Eight to Ten Alleged Americans in Laos
Sighting of Detained Caucasians Near Loc Ninh, Socialist Republic of Vietnam Sohg Be Province
Reported Sighting of One Alleged American Near Lak Sao, Laos
Reported Sightings of Caucasian/American Prisoners in North Vietnam
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain SEATO Undertakings in South Vietnam
171
The New Left
Two U.S. Journalists Executed by Khmer Insurgents in Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
Probable Communist Reactions to Certain Possible US/GVN Courses of Actions
Implications of the Fall of Nam Tha
Assessment of the Situation in the Southern Delta of South Vietnam
Capture, Containment and Execution of Two American Journalists by Khmer Communists in Kompong Cham Province, Southeastern Cambodia
Khmer Communist Execution of an American Prisoner in Late 1971
Formation Police Field Force
The Situation in South Vietnam
Vietnamese Communist Involvement in Khmer Rouge Attacks on Cambodian Army Units
172
Untitled (Mentions Khmer Communist Force Structure and Order of Battle, KC Capabilities and Intentions, South Vietnam and Sam Adams)
Khmer Rouge and Viet Cong Activities in Ratanakiri Province
Comments of Sihanouk's Technical Advisor Ngo Hou on the Khmer Rouge Rebellion
Situation in Cambodia
Current Intelligence Weekly Review (Mentions Cambodia, Pho Proeung, McNireth, Kossamak, Chou En-Lai, Suramarit, Thailand)
Untitled (Mentions Cambodia, Tousa Nouth, Issarek Front, Vietnam, and Laos)
Re-Examining Our Perceptions on Vietnam
Sighting of Four U.S. Prisoners of War in Phuoc Ninh District, Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam
Communism and Cambodia
Developments in Indochina
173
The Situation in Cambodia, October 1973
The Situation in Cambodia, April 1974
The Short-Term Prospect for Cambodia
Damage to North Vietnamese Army 1st Division from Airstrikes on 23 March 1973
Taking Stock in Cambodia
Battle Between Fank and Ki Forces for Control of Kep and Surrounding Area, Kampot Province, Cambodia
Activities of Khmer Rouge and Vietnamese Communists in Kompong Cham Province
Prospects for Cambodia Through August 1975
Peace Demonstrations
174
The Situation in Cambodia, July 1973
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
Results of DIA's Request for CIA Assistance
The Situation in Cambodia, October 1972
The Situation in Cambodia, April 1973
Capture of U.S. Air Force Pilot Near Ban Toumlan, Saravane Province, and Subsequent Death of the Pilot
Likelihood of Major Communist Military Intervention in Mainland Southeast Asia
The Soviet Role in Asia
175
Death of a U.S. Airman in Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, North Vietnam
The Indonesian Army
Untitled (Final Message from CIA Saigon Station in 1975)
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt Or Harass the Democratic National Convention
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
New Left Influence in the Campus Press
CDN's Arturo Cruz Seeks Support in Washington

FDN's Calero Defends Attacks on Cooperatives
176
The Third Front in Indochina Report from Our Special Correspondent
Reports on De Galle-Ho Meeting
Memo from Allen W. Dulles to Richard Helms stating, "I have eliminated the attached North Vietnam reports and have sent the rest to Colonel Goodpaster."
Transmittal of Requested Comments
The Paper Grenade (Published by the American Deserters Committee in Stockholm)
Weekly Summary (Mentions Far East, Hanoi, Saigon, Diem Regime, Can Lao, Party First Secretary Le Duan, Political Developments in South Vietnam, Prime Minister Khiem, Foreign Minister Lam, Senator Dang Ban Sung, President Thieu, Vietnamese Nationalist Party)
Vo Nguyen Giap
The Intra-Administration War in Vietnam (New York Times Article)
Death of a U.S. Prisoner of War at the Viet Cong K-71B Hospital, 220th Rear Services Group, Mimot District, Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
177
Untitled (FBIS Dispatch mentioning MAJ Richard E. Smith, USAF, the capture of LCDR John S. McCain, USN, and U.S. air strikes on the Hanoi power plant)
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,478
Press Information Relating to Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: South and East Asia
Press Information Relating to Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: South and East Asia
Press Information Relating to Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: South and East Asia
Sighting of Three Groups of American Prisoners of War on Infiltration Route in Laos and Cambodia
VFW Discusses Vietnam MIAs
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,543
Untitled (Mentions numbers of enemy losses in the year Nov 66-Nov 67, workers striking in Saigon, condemnation of U.S. aggression, northern truck honored at ceremony, capture of John McCain in Hanoi, Documentary from North Vietnam by Chalais Francois)
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178
Untitled (Paris AFP by Eduard Joseph Cabanes - Hanoi Press Quotes of John Sydney McCain - Also Mentions John Peter Flynn - Both pilots captured over North Vietnam)
Untitled (Article written by French TV reporter Francois Chalais titled "Life in Hanoi" - Mentions Meeting with John Sidney McCain)
Untitled (From Pravda Review - Pravda Dispatch by Ivan Shoephov from Hanoi entitled "Missiles in the Air" - Interview with John Sidney McCain)
Untitled (Concerns Interview with Two American Pilots Shot Down Over North Vietnam - McCain and Flynn Mentioned)
Untitled (Hanoi Correspondent's Dispatch in English to Prensa, U.S. Pilot McCain Captured on 26 Oct When Plane Shot Down Over Hanoi, Questioned About Hanoi Fire Barrage)
Untitled (Hanoi paper features captured U.S. pilots - 15 pilots named - Stafford - Santo - Schoepple - Matheny - Andrews - Lewis - Smith - Frishman - McCain - Rice - Flynn - Stark - Black - Temperly -Dutton)
Untitled (Reporter interviews POW's, Admiral's son, article written by French TV reporter Chalais Francois titled "Life in Hanoi", Meeting with John McCain, American POW, and Hospital near Gia Lam airport)
Untitled (FBIS Dispatch stating that McCain was one of many pilots downed over Hanoi, was from the carrier Oriskany, was captured on Truc Bach Lake, mentioning ADM John S. McCain (Father and Grandfather) and fixing blame on President Johnson)
Untitled (FBIS Dispatch - Remarks of John Sydney McCain Regarding His Capture at Truc Bach Lake, Hanoi Fire Barrage, Peter Flynn Remarks, Korat AB, F-105 Aircraft)
The Capture of One U.S. Airman and the Burial of Another in Guang Ninh Province in 1968
179
Sighting of an American Male Hiding in Southern Socialist Republic of Vietnam
1967 Crash Site of a U.S. Air Force F-4 Aircraft in My Hao District, Hai Hung Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Burial of a Pilot
Untitled (Further Hanoi correspondent's dispatch English Prensa interview with John Sydney McCain - Details of his crash into Truc Bach Lake in Hanoi)
Results of Photo Comparison Case No H 12516 (MIA POW Patterson, James - Christmas Film - North Vietnam - Insufficient Evidence)
The 1967 Crash of a U.S. Aircraft and the Burial of its Pilot Near Hanoi
180
Sighting of Two American Prisoners in Central Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Detention of Two Alleged American Prisoners at the Cam Thuy Detention Camp, Thanh Hoa Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, in late 1980-Early 1981
Alleged Sightings of Caucasian Prisoners Incarcerated in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Alleged Imprisonment of a Group of U.S. Pilots in a House Near What is Now the Nam Ha Re-Education Camp A in Ha Nam Minh Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV), Through at Least August 1976
Alleged Gravesite of Four U.S. Airmen Near the 17th Parallel in Binh Tri Thien Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Burial Site of a U.S. Military Officer Near Hong Ho, Binh Tri Thien Province
181
The Alleged Discovery of the Crash Site of a U.S. Aircraft and the Remains and Dog Tags of a Crew Member in Dac Lac Province
Alleged Sighting of Live U.S. Prisoners of War in the Lao People's Democratic Republic
Observation of U.S. Helicopter Crash Site in Quang Tri Area: Finding of U.S. Identification Tags
Claimed Sightings of U.S. Personnel Missing in Action in Laos in the Period 1969-1979
Information on U.S. Prisoners of War Being Held in Savannakhet Province, Laos, and Svay Rieng Province, Kampuchea
Sightings of Six Alleged U.S. Prisoners-of-War in a Detention Camp Near Thao La Hamlet in Northern Laos
Location of Grave Site of U.S. Pilot and Crash Sites of U.S. Jets and Helicopter in Hoa Vang District, Quang Nam Da Nang Province
The Transfer of Caucasian Prisoners by Truck from Thanh Hoa to Quang Nihn Province, Socialist Republic of Vietnam, in Early March 1982
182
Alleged Gravesite of a U.S. Pilot Shot Down Over Haiphong, Democratic Republic of Vietnam, in December 1970
Collection of the Remains of Four U.S. Pilots in Nghia Binh Province

Public Security Confiscation
The Alleged Crash Site of a U.S. Jet and the Burial of its Two Pilots on Cai Bay Island, Quang Ninh Province in Late 1982
Autopsies Allegedly Performed on the Bodies of U.S. Pilots at a Quang Ninh Province Field hospital in 1968 and the Capture and Killing of a U.S. Pilot in 1969
Sighting of a Group of American Prisoners in Northern Socialist Republic of Vietnam
183
Purported Location and Identification of the Remains of a U.S. Military Officer in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV)

Private Efforts in the SRV to Purchase the Remains of U.S. Military Personnel Missing-In-Action (MIA)
Detention of Two Caucasians, Apparently Americans, and One Japanese in the Bien Hoa Area of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
The Alleged 1968 Killing and Burial of a U.S. Soldier in Da Nang City, Former Republic of (South) Vietnam, By a Former Communist In-City Agent
Untitled (Document mentions that almost 300 pilots are listed as missing in Laos and estimates range from 30 to 50 for the number who may still be alive)
184
Committee for Inquiry of Missing Japanese in Indochina (CIMJI) - List of Missing Newsmen in Indochina
Untitled (Mentions three civilian captives identified as U.S. newspapermen)
Untitled (Mentions that (Deleted) source of (Deleted) was shown photos of missing journalists including those of Sean Flynn and Dana Stone
A Bad Trip
JPRC - U.S. POW's and MIA in Laos
List of Journalists Captured in Cambodia
Associated Press Cablephoto from Warsaw
185
Alleged Meeting Between National Council of Churches Delegates and DRV Representatives in Paris
National Intelligence Survey: North Vietnam - General Survey
Hostile Intelligence Threat
Memorandum for the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Defense, the Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor from the DCI John McCone (Mentions a disagreement with the secretary of defense on the type of strategy the US should use in the Vietnam war)
Comments of VADM William F. Raborn, Jr., USN (Ret.) on the Secretary of Defense's 26 June 1965 memorandum, "Program of Expanded Military and Political Moves with Respect to Vietnam" (Also mentioned is a letter from William Raborn to the President that the Course of Action is not enough to meet the objectives of the secretary of defense)
Comments on the Secretary of Defense's 26 June 1965 Memorandum, "Program of Expanded Military and Political Moves with Respect to Vietnam"
Communist Deliveries to Cambodia for the VC/NVA Forces in South Vietnam, December 1966-April 1969
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. (Blank)
186
War by Another Name: An Address to the Dallas Council on World Affairs by Robert M. Gates, Deputy Director of Central Intelligence
Untitled (Hanoi Cities Report by Foreign Ministry on MIA's - Vietnamese Foreign Ministry - Gerald Solomon - Americans Reportedly Living in Vietnam)
Untitled (Mentions remains of 21 missing in Vietnam Identified, Travis Air Force Base, Army Mortuary, Hanoi, Navy Fliers, Walter O Estes, James E Teague, Tugelmann)
Untitled (Cable that mentions the evacuation from South Vietnam in 1975 of Vietnamese who would be at risk when the North Vietnamese Army conquered the country, the rate of evaluation, processing bottleneck estimates on how long evacuation can continue, and gold)
Trends in Communist Media (Includes Moscow and Beijing on U.S. Mideast plan and trials of Chinese leftists)
Enemy Traffic on Route 65 East of Sam Neua, on Route 6 East of Sam Neua, on Route 65 South of Sam Neua, in Houa Phan Province, and on Route 7 in North Vietnam
187
Downing of Two U.S. Crewmen and Jet Aircraft
Enemy Traffic on Route 6 East of Sam Neua and 68 South of Sam Neua in Houa Phan Province, and on Route 7 East and West of Ban Ban and East of Nong Het in Xieng Khouang Province, and on Route 7 East of Muong Sen in North Vietnam
Enemy Activities in Areas East of Phou Pha Thi and Around Sam Neua Which Have a Bearing on the Situation at Phou Pha Thi
Movement of Enemy Troops from Sop Cop in North Vietnam to Northwestern Houa Phan Province
Conditions at Phou Pha Thi After North Vietnamese Air Attack and Recovery of Items from Downed Enemy Aircraft
Summary of January Operations of Meo, Lao, Tal, Mav, Lao Loum, Lao Theung, Lu, Lahu and Phu Noi Guerrilla Units Against Pathet Lao and North Vietnamese Forces in Northern Laos
Downing of Two U.S. Crewmen and Jet Aircraft
Photo Comparisons, Cases 10,245 & 10,246
188
The Political Base of the Saigon Government
An American POW Who Allegedly Worked for the VC in Quang Da Special Zone
Possible Identification of Four Captured U.S. Servicemen
Results of Photo Comparison, Case No. 12,517
Execution of Two U.S. Prisoners of War by Viet Cong in Takeo Province, Cambodia
Untitled (Deals with US Vietnam Mission, Hanoi Domestic Service in Vietnamese, and 3308 US aircraft shot down by Northern troops and people as of the 16th of April)
Lt. LeGrande Cole - Photo Comparison
Lt. LeGrande Cole (Negative Results of Photo Comparison)
American Prisoner Who Cooperated with the VC in VC Quang Da Special Zone and Conditions in the VC Military Region 5 Prison Camp
189
Democratic Republic of Vietnam Purchases Through Hong Kong and Macao
191
Antigovernment Resistance in Vietnam
Vietnam: Scattered Resistance
The Vietnam Situation: An Analysis and Estimate
Vietnam: Montagnards Resisting Communists in Central Highlands
Hanoi in the South: Toward One Vietnam
Continued Resistance in Southern Vietnam
East Asia Brief (Blank) for 11 May 1981
Annex: Dissident Forces in Vietnam
Untitled (Mentions illicit drug trafficking in Southeast Asia, linkage with Air America and DIA, world heroin problem, and smuggling in South Vietnam)
192
Broadcast from North Vietnam (About Jane Fonda's Recorded Letter to Southern Students)
Untitled (Mentions American Friends Service Committee)
Untitled (Letter from Lyle L. Miller, Acting Legislative Consel, to the Honorable Larry P. McDonald, House of Representatives containing the former's response to the latter's letter of 16 April 1976 concerning Deputy Director of CIA, General Vernon A. Walters' testimony before the House Select Committee on Missing Persons in Southeast Asia)
DRV Embassy in Vientiane Refutes Press Report
Ieng Sary Address to UN Disarmament Session
My Four Years in a Viet Cong Prison (By M Sgt. Daniel Lee Pitzer as Told to Warren Rogers)
The Vietnamese Communists Will to Persist
Broadcast from North Vietnam (Alleged Jane Fonda Statement Before Her Departure from Hanoi)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Talks to POW's Attributed to Jane Fonda - Says President Nixon in Using the Most Cynical and Criminal Kinds of Trickery to Fool the American Opinion and World Opinion into Believing He is Trying to End the War in Indochina)
15
193
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Jane Fonda sees Quang Tri liberation as example of Concord, press conference at the Hanoi International Club)
The Mess in Vietnam-XV: An Ex-U.S. Official "Turns State's Evidence" (from the Congressional Record - Senate)
At Last, Here's a Writer Who Has Something to Say (Book Review of "In a Time of Torment" by I.F. Stone, Random House, 463 pp., 37.95, in the Washington Post and Times Herald)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam
Broadcasts from North Vietnam
Broadcasts from North Vietnam
Broadcasts from North Vietnam
Broadcasts from North Vietnam
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (A seven and a half minute Jane Fonda message to U.S. servicemen, a ten and a half minute message to American GI's)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Jane Fonda directs her comments to U.S. pilots and airmen, discusses Vietnam War with Saigon students)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Alleged Jane Fonda message to U.S. GI's on bombing of dikes, alleged message to Saigon soldiers, access President Nixon of committing mass genocide)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Six minute recorded statement attributed to Jane Fonda on failure of U.S. to turn Vietnam into neocolony, five minute recorded statement on who has betrayed democracy, five minute recorded statement after her visit with captured U.S. pilots)
Reader's Viewpoint: Raps Policy in Viet Nam (Newspaper Article)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Alleged Jane Fonda Impressions of Talk with U.S. POW's - Hanoi Radio Attributes Talk on DRV to Her)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Alleged Jane Fonda Impressions of Talk with the U.S. POW's)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Further Reports on Jane Fonda's Activities in DRV)
Broadcasts from North Vietnam (Hanoi radio attributes talk on Quang Tri and democracy to Jane Fonda)
Toward a Third Indochina War
195
Lawyer Admits Trying Berets Case in Press (From the Washington Post)
Green Beret Murder Case
Untitled (Cites captain of ship carrying arms, domestic service, the Brazilian Police have detained the group on suspicion of smuggling, the ship was illegally flying a Ghanaian flag)
Current Intelligence Weekly Summary - Laos
I.F. Stone Reports: Nixon's War Gamble and Why It Won't Work
Lessons for Nixon
I.F. Stone's Weekly - Who Sold Ike This Mad Blueprint For A Holy War in Asia
A Bad Deal that May Not Work
Carter, Africa, & SALT
Green Beret Murder Case
196
The CIA Role in Vietnam Murder
The Chuyen Case
CIA - Green Beret
Untitled (Deals with Green Beret Murder Case)
Green Beret Murder Case
Rodino Urges Release of Green Berets and Questions Army's Handling of Murder Charges
Untitled (Green Beret Murder Case)
Photograph of Dr. Thomas Dooley
197
The Refugee Strategy
Mr. Richard N. Cocheo (Civilian)
Another Cross to (Deleted) CIA Involvement (Deleted)
Dr. Thomas Dooley
Lt. Thomas A. Dooley
That Body of Yours: Role of Medicine Abroad
Diplomat in White Boosts U.S. Prestige in Vietnam
Doctor Dooley Says: 90 Per Cent of World is Steeped in Misery
Washington Post Article Entitled: Shaplen's Road: Well-Trod
198
Inclusion of Civilians in DIA "Book" of Missing and Captured Personnel
Vietnam-Thailand: Border Clash
Washington Post Book Week Article Entitled: Our Tempest in the Rice Bowl by Richard C. Wald
New York Times Book Review Entitled: The Road from War by Robert Shaplen
Sighting of Downing of Eight U.S. Helicopters and Death of Four U.S. Pilots in Savannakhet Province, Laos
References to Richard N. Cocheo
Sighting of a U.S. Prisoner of War in Le Xa Village, Nam Sach District, Hai Hung Province, North Vietnam
Cardenas Interviewed on Vietnam, Russell Court
New York Times Article Entitled: 2 Authors Disagree on How Much Kennedy Knew of Plans to Overthrow the Diem Regime
Kampuchea: No Compromise in Sight
199
Kampuchea: The Impasse Continues
Perspectives on Kampuchea and Laos
Vietnamese Plans for a December Offensive on the Thai-Kampuchean Border
Democratic Kampuchean Resistance Forces
Situation in Kampuchea
Kampuchea-Vietnam: Pol Pot's Rainy Season Prospects
Thailand-Vietnam-Kampuchea: Thach's Visit
Vietnam-Thailand-Kampuchea: Warnings From Hanoi
Vietnam-Kampuchea: Prospects
The Current Saigon Crisis
200
Diplomats Comment on Photo of U.S. MIA's
Japanese Says U.S. POW's Detained in SRV
Foreign Ministry Denies Existence of POWs
Japanese Says U.S. POW's Seen in SRV in 1988
Everything Senators Might Want to Know About Phoenix and You Were Afraid They Would Ask
Foreign Ministry Denies Existence of POWs
Comments of Soviet Correspondent Victor E. Louis on: Khrushchev's Current Status/The Soviet-Chinese Problem/Vietnam
Communist and Free World Reactions to a Possible US Course of Action
Feature on Downing of Enemy Planes
Press Release on Joint U.S. MIA Search
201
Radio Comments on Photograph of U.S. MIAs
VNA Reports U.S. MIA Search Results
Foreign Ministry Sends Letter on MIA Photo
Hanoi Reports on Controversial MIA Cases
U.S. Urged to Put "Early End to MIA Issue"
Official's Arrival to Discuss MIA's Reported
Newspaper Comments on MIA Photo Controversy
Official's Arrival to Discuss MIA's Reported
Material on U.S. Raids Over North Vietnam
202
Radio Comments on Photograph of U.S. MIAs
(Blank) POW Photo Incident
Quan (Illegible) Editorial with Two Additional Articles
Two More U.S. Planes Downed Over DRV

Total Now 4,032
U.S. Concern Over Vietnam-Era MIA's Viewed
Article Views POW Issue, Effect on U.S. Ties
Concrete Proof of U.S. Pilot's Death
Diplomats Comment on Photo of Living American MIA's
COSVN Assessment of the Accelerated Pacification Phung Hoang, and Chieu Hoi Programs
203
Untitled (Letter from Gene F. Wilson, Information and Privacy Coordinator to Mr. Carleton N. Cooley stating that no references to the latter's son, Capt. David L. Cooley, were found in any Agency files)
Kien Hoa Province Study
Untitled (Reports downing of F-4 Phantom over Qang Binh Province - Relates to Capt. David L. Cooley)
Untitled (Reports downing of third F-111A over North Vietnam - Relates to Capt. David L. Cooley)
Lao, Cambodian and Vietnamese (Deleted) Sources on the U.S. MIA/POW Issue
Commentary Raps Activities of Ross Perot
Perot's Actions Designed to Mislead Public Opinion
Hanoi Reports Third F-111 Down
Vietnamese Leader Notes Bay of Pigs Victory
Vessey Visit Uncertain

Childress Visit "Not Considered"
204
South Vietnamese Liberation Army Enemy Proselytizing Office Handling of Prisoners of War
A New Kind of Air Targeting (Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 11, No. 1, Winter 1967)
Communist Defense Against Aerial Surveillance in Southeast Asia (Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 14, No. 2, Fall 1970)
CCI (IS)
North Vietnam - Key Personalities - Vo Nguyen Giap
Hanoi Reports 4,036th Plane Downed

F-111 Downed 7 Nov
Information Concerning Civilian Robert H. GRZYB, Missing Since 12 Dec 1967
General Giap's View of the Vietnam Situation
Four U.S. Prisoners of War at Internment Camp in Northwest South Vietnam
Intervention: How America Became Involved in Vietnam by George Mct. Kahin (Book Review in Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 30, No. 4, Winter 1986)
205
Green Berets at War by Shelby L. Stanton. (Book Review in Studies in Intelligence, Volume 31, No. 1, Spring 1987)
PAVN: Peoples Army of Vietnam by Douglas Pike (Book Review in Studies in Intelligence, Vol. 30, No 3, Fall 1987)
To Serve With Honor: A Treatise on Military Ethics and the Way of the Soldier by Richard A. Gabriel (Book Review)
Vietnam in Retrospect by Ellsworth Bunker (Studies in Intelligence Vol 18 No 1, Spring 1974)
Untitled (Reports that representatives of the Committee of Liaison with Families of Servicemen Detained in North Vietnam will leave NYC 13 Dec. for visit to Hanoi, 18-26 Dec.)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 18 December 1967)
206
II Corps Commander General Loc's Recommendations for Government Montagnard Policies
Possible Deaths of Two Downed U.S. Pilots in Thanh Hoa Province, North Vietnam, on 26 December 1971
Invalidation of Information Obtained from (Deleted)
An Appraisal of the Bombing of North Vietnam (Through 31 December 1967)
Memorandum: "Communist Intentions in South Vietnam"
Foreign Support for Activities Planned to Disrupt or Harass the Republican National Convention
Problems Encountered by all Vietnam Bloc at Its 8 August National Convention
(Deleted) Comments on War in Vietnam, Negotiations, Elections, and American Prisoners
1. Activities Affecting the United Nations 2. Japanese Delegate's Views on Probable Non-Involvement of the United Nations in the Vietnam Crisis and on Soviet Attitude Toward Vietnam
Effectiveness of T-28 Strikes in Laos
Memorandum for the Honorable John T. McNaughton, Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs from George A. Carver, Jr, Vietnamese Affairs Staff, concerning a memorandum requested at last Friday's White House session on what South Vietnam's government might look like if the current crisis should end with a complete Buddhist victory
The Situation in South Vietnam
The Vietnam Situation: An Analysis and Estimate
Letter from VADM William F. Raborn, Jr., DCI, to the President debating the potential for success of policies in Vietnam
Letter from VADM William F. Raborn, Jr., DCI, to the President debating the potential for success of policies in Vietnam
French Foreign Office Instructions to Ambassadors to Vietnam and to the United States
Viet Cong Reaction to the Accelerated Pacification Program and the Phoenix Program
16
207
Protracted War and Decisive Victory: Analysis of Doctrine and Strategy in South Vietnam
American and South Vietnamese Prisoners of War in Tuyen Quang Province
208
Capture of Four American Pilots Near Ban Hang Long in Houa Phan Province in January 1966
Location in Hanoi for American Prisoners of War
Reported Location of a Prisoner of War Camp for South Vietnamese and U.S. Prisoners in Kompong Speu Province, Cambodia
Pathet Lao Prison in the Ban Na Dene Area of Khammouane Province
Status of Imprisoned American Pilots in the Sam Neua Area of Houa Phan Province
Death of an American Pilot Held Prisoner in Houa Phan Province
Viet Cong Movement of Two American Prisoners and Food Stores in Tan Uyen District, Bien Hoa Province
Imprisonment of Three United States Air Force Pilots and the Death of Another at Ban Nakay Teu in 1965 in Houa Phan Province
Six American Pilots Held in a Two-Story Building in Sam Neua
Rumor that an American Pilot was Seen Being Carried Through a Village Near Ban Lang Khang
Viet Cong Detention of 42 American Prisoners in South Vietnam-Cambodia Border Area in Tay Ninh Province
Pathet Lao Transfer of All American Prisoners from Laos to North Vietnam
Reported Construction of an American Prisoner of War Camp in Vinh Phu Province, North Vietnam
Location of a Viet Cong Prison Camp for U.S. and South Vietnamese Prisoners in Kompong Cham Province, Cambodia
Pathet Lao Defector's Account of Having Heard that American Pilots Were Still Being Held in the Sam Neua Area as of 1 October 1965
Crash of United States Air Force Airplane in Xieng Khouang Province
Observation of Unidentified American POW's in Sam Neua and Hanoi in 1965
Sending to North Vietnam of Two American Pilots Captured in Xieng Khouang Province and Imprisoned for Three Days at Khang Khay
Relocation of the Ban Na Dene Prison in Khammouane Province
Alleged Viet Cong Use of American Prisoners of War in Nghia Hanh District, Quang Ngai Province, to Teach Cadres English
Enemy Prison, Hospital, Antiaircraft Gun and Logistic Positions in the Khang Khay Area in Xieng Khouang Province and Results of Air Strikes in the Same Area
Capture of an American Jet Pilot in Khammouane Province in May 1965
Possible Location of Four American Prisoners in Chau Doc Province
General Location of Prison Camp Containing About 20 United States Air Force Pilots in the Ban Nakay Region of Houa Phan Province
Location of North Vietnamese Army 924th Battalion and Detention Facility, Kompong Trach District, Kampot Province
American Prisoners of War in Viet Cong Detention Camp at Son Ha and Tra Bong Districts, Quang Ngaa Province
Absence of American Prisoners at a Pathet Lao Prison Located on a Route 911 Bypass in Southeastern Khammouane Province
Viet Cong Use of Three American Prisoners of War for Propaganda Meetings with Montagnards in Quang Ngai Province
Air America Pilots Who Are Prisoners of War in Sam Neua
Investigation of Reported Prisoner of War Camps by Lao Government Irregular Troops in Xieng Khouang and Savannakhet Provinces
Six American Prisoners of War in Viet Cong Military Region 3
Downing of United States Air Force A-26 Near Ban Ban in Xieng Khouang Province
Capture of an American Pilot and of a Thai Pilot in Xieng Khouang Province
1. Viet Cong Machine Shop and Weapons Repair Facility in Kirivong District, Takeo Province 2. Presence of Prison Camp in the Same Area
Presence of Two American Pilots in the Pathet Lao Savannakhet Province Office in the Muong Phine Area in 1965
Sighting of Two Captured American Pilots Northwest of Tchepone, Laos
Viet Cong Prison System in Binh Long Province
Pathet Lao Prison in the Vicinity of Nam Tha at QD 522174
Capture of a Downed U.S. Pilot in Son La Province, North Vietnam
Enemy Prison and Other Installations Near Khang Khay in Xieng Khouang Province
Reported Viet Cong Use of Captured American Pilots for Propaganda Purposes
Pathet Lao Prisons in the Vicinity of Khang Khay and Near Bin Si Koun
Relocation of a Viet Cong Military Region-3 Prisoner of War Camp
Debriefing of Pathet Lao Ralliers Who Escaped from Pathet Lao Prison at Ban Si Koun in Xieng Khouang Province
Location of Pathet Lao Prison South of Somsanouk District in Northern Savannakhet Province
Pathet Lao Prison Camp in the Nam Nga Na Song Area of Phong Saly Province
U.S. Prisoners of War at Viet Cong Military Region Tri-Thien-Hue Detention Camp in Laos Near Border of Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
Freeing of Prisoners Held in a Pathet Lao Prison in Khammouane Province
Report of Two Americans Working for the Viet Cong
Escapee's Description of the Pathet Lao Prison at Ban Hang Long and of His Trip Under Guard to the Prison
Progress of Thieu Camp in Gaining Support, and Views of Thieu's Campaign Manager on Other Presidential Candidates
Movement of Two U.S. Prisoners Near Troung Thanh Village, Phong Phu District, Phong Dinh Province
Reported Detention of American Prisoners by the Viet Cong in Tay Ninh Province
Sighting of Two U.S. Prisoners of War in Nam Hoa District, Thua Thien Province, South Vietnam
Sighting of an American Prisoner-of-War Working for the Viet Cong in Dien Ban District, Quang Nam Province
Pathet Lao Prison Southwest of Khang Khay on the Plain of Jars in Xieng Khouang Province
Sketch of Hoa Lo Detention/Interrogation Center for American Prisoners in Hanoi
Viet Cong Prisoner of War Camp at Snuol Rubber Plantation, Kratie Province, Cambodia
Sighting of Four American Prisoners on 15 May 1968 Walking North Near Ban Nathon in Savannakhet Province
Observation of Nine American Prisoners of War in Binh Tuy Province
North Vietnamese Army Prisoner of War Camp in Cambodia for Detention of South Vietnamese Army Prisoners of War
Relocation and Description of the Pathet Lao Ban Naden Area Prison in Khammouane Province
Downing of US C-47 Aircraft and Subsequent Capture of US, Thai and Lao Crew Members Northwest of the Routes 9/23 Junction in Savannakhet Province
Pathet Lao Prison and Other Installations Northwest of Xieng Khouang Town
North Vietnamese Army Prisoner of War Camp in Dai Loc District, Quang Nam Province
Viet Cong Prisoner of War Camp in Cambodia
Location, Organization and Administration of a Pathet Lao Prison North of Tchepone in Savannakhet Province
Viet Cong Camp for Vietnamese Prisoners in Vinh Binh Province
Sighting of Two American Prisoners Held by the North Vietnamese Army in Prey Veng Province, Cambodia
Neo Lao Hak Sat Administrative Headquarters in Khammouane Province and Closing of the Pathet Lao Prison at Ban Naden
Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand Zone of Conflict in Southeast Asia
209
Press Information Relating to Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: South and East Asia
210
The Organization, Activities, and Objectives of the Communist Front in South Vietnam
The Strength of Viet Cong "Main Force Support Personnel"
211
The Vietnamese Communists Will to Persist
Sighting of a Captured U.S. Pilot in Dai Tu District, Bac Thai Province, North Vietnam
212
A Review of the Situation in Vietnam
Prison Compounds in Northern Saravane Province and in the Muong Phine Area of Savannakhet Province
213
Response to request for search of records for information pertaining to CDR LeGrande Ogden Cole, Jr., USN.
214
Record sheet that was attached to a copy of Rodino's 17 questions levied on SecArmy and the Army's response thereto
Sighting of an American POW in the Muong Phine Area of Laos and Reports of a POW Escape and the Capture of an American in the Muong Phalane Area
215
Communism and Cambodia
216
Crisis and Intelligence: Two Case Studies (Tet and Iran)
217
Unknown (Document is Illegible)

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