The Bloody Hills

June 1965
Time;6/11/1965, Vol. 85 Issue 24, p44
The article features the bloody battle between the U.S. soldiers and the Communists Viet Cong in South Vietnam. It states that Viet Cong offensively ambush the government forces and kills more than 1,000 South Vietnamese troops. Also mentioned is the main intent of the Communists to capture Quangngai as the provisional capital.


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