Flak from Hanoi

January 1967
Time;1/6/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p19
The article focuses on the accredited visit of "New York Times" correspondent Harrison Salisbury to Hanoi, Vietnam after the country's war against the U.S. It notes that Salisbury saw the widespread devastation in civilian areas of Hanoi, where many people were killed. It states that U.S. planes are dropping explosives on purely civilian targets and some of Hanoi's own surface-to-air-missiles have fallen back into populated areas.


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