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Tu Toa Bach Oc den Dinh Doc Lap : tai lieu mat, chua cong bo / Nguyen Tien Hung, Jerrold L. Schecter
Bib ID 2254816
Format BookBook
Author
Nguyen, Gregory Tien Hung, 1935-
 
Uniform Title Palace file. Vietnamese
Description [TP Ho Chi Minh] : Tre, 1990 
513 p. : ill. ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Translation of: The palace file.

Subjects Nixon, Richard M. - (Richard Milhous), - 1913-1994 - Correspondence.  |  Ford, Gerald R., - 1913- - Correspondence.  |  Nguyen Van Thieu, - 1923- - Correspondence.  |  Vietnam War, 1961-1975 - Diplomatic history.  |  Vietnam - Foreign relations - United States.  |  United States - Foreign relations - Vietnam.
Other authors/contributors Schecter, Jerrold L

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