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DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE OF THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF VlET-NAM, (September 2, 1945)
Agreement on the Independence of Vietnam, (MARCH, 1946)
UNITED STATES RECOGNITION OF VIET-NAM, LAOS, AND CAMBODIA: Statement by the Department of State, February 7, 1950
EXTENSION OF MILITARY AND ECONOMIC AID: Statement by the Secretary of State, May 8, 1950
ECONOMIC AID PROGRAM: Note From the American Chargé d'Affaires at Saigon to the Chiefs of State of Viet-Nam, Laos, and Cambodia, May 24, 1950
United States Minutes of the First Meeting Between President Truman and French Prime Minister Pleven, Cabinet Room of the White House, January 28, 1951, 2:30-5 p.m.
Memorandum of Conversation, by the Assistant Chief of the Policy Reports Staff (Barnes), January 29, 1951. 
United States Minutes of the Second Meeting Between President Truman and French Prime Minister Pleven, Cabinet Room of the White House, January 30, 1951, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
American Response to The Geneva Declarations
AGREEMENT ON THE CESSATION OF HOSTILITIES IN VIET-NAM, JULY 20, 1954 (The Geneva Accords)
MISSION OF THE SPECIAL UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE IN VIET-NAM: Statement Issued by the White House, November 3, 1954
Letters from Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy to Diem, 1954 and 1961
South East Asia Treaty Organization(SEATO),
President Dwight D. Eisenhower advises Diem - 1954
US Entry into South Vietnam 1954
Le Duan, "Duong Loi Cach Mang Mien Nam," [The Path of Revolution in the South], circa 1956
UNITED STATES POLICY WITH RESPECT TO VIETNAM: Address by the Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, Walter S. Robertson, Washington, June 1, 1956. Delivered to the American Friends of Vietnam at the Willard Hotel in Washington, DC
THE IMPORTANCE TO THE UNITED STATES OF THE SECURITY AND PROGRESS OF VIET-NAM: Address by President Eisenhower, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, April 4, 1959 (Excerpt)
President Diem SVN passes oppressive laws on his countrymen. - 1959
Communist National Liberation Front (NLF)
US Secretary of Defence - McNamara's report to President Kennedy - 1961
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE 95/03/06 Foreign Relations, 1961-63, Vol XXIII, Southeast Asia, Office of the Historian
NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION MEMORANDUM NO. 111, November 22, 1961
US President Kennedy's Letter to President Ngo Dinh Diem - 1961
Get Me Ten Years': Australia's Ted Serong in Vietnam, 1962-1975."
NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION MEMORANDUM NO. 162, June 19, 1962
Australia's Military Involvement in Vietnam The Political Dimension
President Kennedy's Television Interviews on Vietnam, September 2 and 9, 1963
TIM WEINER, "Kennedy Had Plan for Early Vietnam Exit," New York Times, December 23, 1997
Summary Record of the 519th Meeting of the National Security Council White House, Washington, October 2, 1963
U.S. POLICY ON VIET-NAM: WHITE HOUSE STATEMENT, OCTOBER 2, 1963
NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION MEMORANDUM NO. 263, October 11, 1963
Transcript of the phone call between Diem and Henry Cabot Lodge - 1963.
NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION MEMORANDUM NO.273a, November 21, 1963
NATIONAL SECURITY ACTION MEMORANDUM NO. 273, November 26, 1963
McNamara asks Giap: What happened in Tonkin Gulf?
he US Senate debates the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution.
The Tonkin Gulf Incident - President Johnson's Message to Congress
Gulf of Tonkin - Joint Resolution
Letter From President Johnson to Prime Minister Menzies - 1964

Collection of Papers, Letters, and Transcripts from the Johnson Administration
Excerpts from McGeorge Bundy's Memo to President Johnson, February 7,1965
Aggression From the North - US State Dept White Paper on Vietnam - 1965
National Security Action memorandum signed by Bundy to the Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense and the Director Central Intelligence Agency
Dean Rusk, "American Foreign Policy and International Law:South Vietnam's Right of Self Defense, April 23, 1965
The Self-Interested Truth
U.S. Department of State FRUS, Vol. II, 1964-68, Vietnam, January-June 1965 Office of the Historian
Robert McNamara's Memo to President Johnson
Australia's Continuing Commitment - 1965
Letters to the Southern Communists from Hanoi - 1965
U.S. Department of State FRUS, Vol. III, 1964-68, Vietnam, June-December 1965 Office of the Historian
Ho Chi Minh's Letter to US President Johnson - 1967
VIETNAM: This Nation Is Caught On A Treadmill", Summarized from an Address Before Congress, By U.S. Representative Morris Udall Democrat, Second District of Arizona, Reveille, July, 1967, pp. 12.
The United States and Vietnam -What Lies Ahead?, by Morris K. Udall Reprinted from Congressman's Report, Morris K. Udall, 2d District of Arizona, October 23, 1967.
Viet Cong Aims and Concept - 1968
Viet Cong - Control and Polarization of the Populace
President Nixon's Speech on "Vietnamisation" - 1969
DELLUMS COMMITTEE HEARINGS ON WAR CRIMES IN VIETNAM April 25, 1971
Peace Proposal of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam
Letter from President Nixon to President Nguyen Van Thieu of Vietnam 1972
Dr Henry Kissinger's Comments at News Conference
Excerpts from the Paris Accords, January 27, 1973.
Act of the International Conference on Vietnam, signed in Paris
Complaints of Violations of Cease-Fire Given to Participants in the International Conference on Vietnam


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