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Bombing North Vietnam to the Peace Table

"an iron-handed effort to force the North Vietnamese back to the conference table."
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Erick Ortega

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Bombing North Vietnam to the Peace Table

Bombing North Vietnam to the Peace Table "an iron-handed effort to force the North Vietnamese back to the conference table." When the fighting began to heighten, Nixon ordered a two-week bombing of North Vietnam.
Heaviest loss of the war and loss of America's big B-52 bombers. The North Vietnamese were driven into a cease-fire. The U.S would withdraw its remaining troops and reclaim prisoners of war. South Vietnam would receive limited support, but no fighting force. North Vietname could keep 145,000 troops in South Vietnam
They still occupied 30% of it. Should the U.S. have left the North Vietnamese troops in South Vietnam? Was the cease-fire really an American retreat?
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