TITLE

Three More Notches

PUB. DATE
March 1967
SOURCE
Time;3/10/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 10, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the use of the three new forms of military pressure on the supply line in Hanoi, Vietnam which was initiated by the U.S. The military pressure is a response to the Tet holiday truce made in February 1967. The naval bombardment, the use of artillery over the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), and blocking the waterways are some of the military strategies planned by the U.S. against Vietnam.
ACCESSION #
54036539

 

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