October 1967
National Review Bulletin;10/10/1967, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p4
The article analyzes the purpose behind the Soviet Union's support of North Vietnam's war against the South and the U.S. The Russians provided military aid to the North Vietnamese at the cost of one billion dollars a year. According to the author, this aid had the effect of tying up American troops without risking Russian lives and also disposed surplus armaments and helped spur the introduction of new equipment.


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