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Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976: Volume VI: Vietnam, January 1969-July 1970
Edward C. Keefer (ed); Carolyn Yee (ed)
This vol. covers Vietnam in the context of the larger war that included the conflicts in Laos and Cambodia, and also the role of Thailand in Laos. Consequently, the editors had to make choices about what to cover. When Vietnam was the main concern of President Nixon and his principal advisers, the focus is on Vietnam strategy, planning and operations. The focus of the vol. later shifts to the issue of the deterioration of the secret war in Laos in March 1970. In March and April 1970, after the overthrow of Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia and his replacement by pro-American General Lon Nol, the vol. moves its focus to Cambodia, culminating with the U.S.-South Vietnamese invasion of that country in an effort to attack the North Vietnamese troops in their sanctuaries. The vol. concludes with the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Cambodia. In addition, one of the principal themes is the search for a negotiated settlement to the Vietnam War. This is a print on demand report.
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