There's Still a War On

January 1972
Time;1/24/1972, Vol. 99 Issue 4, p26
The article discusses the continuation of Vietnam War in 1972. It states that U.S. President Richard Nixon announced the pullout of U.S. armed forces from Vietnam by May 1, but the North Vietnamese were conducting another offensive in every major battleground of Indochina. It relates that Saigon, South Vietnam forces took defensive positions to await an attack in February. It notes that the renewal of the war should eliminate the notion that the battle is over.


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