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Polish diplomatic archives on JFK's search for Vietnam peace, Feb 1963


Paul Rigby
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During the course of the conversation the US ambassador put forth a plan for the neutralization of South and North Vietnam, emphasizing that he is laying out his own point of view, although it is based on the opinion of US President Kennedy, which is well known to him. According to Galbraith’s own words, Kennedy and part of the administration do not want Vietnam to turn into a second Korea and stand for the quick withdrawal of American troops from South Vietnam leaving Vietnam for the Vietnamese.

Poland and Vietnam, 1963: New Evidence on Secret Communist Diplomacy and the "Maneli Affair"

By Margaret K. Gnoinska, The George Washington University

Cold War International History Project, Working Paper 45

Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars

March 2005

http://www.wilsoncen...WIHP_WP_45b.pdf

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