February 1968
National Review Bulletin;2/20/1968, Vol. 20 Issue 7, pB28
The article reports on the attack of the Vietcong-North Vietnamese attack on the South Vietnamese cities which causes a devastating shock to the official announcement of the United States that the war is won. The US Secretary of Defense announces that the attack has not accomplished the major objectives of the attackers.


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