This release from the CIA consists of six declassified histories volumes and describes the CIA's role in Indochina during the Vietnam War. These histories written by Thomas L. Ahern, Jr., are based on extensive research in CIA records and on oral history interviews of participants. The release totals some 1,600 pages and represents the largest amount of Vietnam-era CIA documents yet declassified.
- CIA and the Generals (PDF)
Covert Support to Military Government in South Vietnam
- CIA and the House of Ngo (PDF)
Covert Action in South Vietnam, 1954-63
- CIA and Rural Pacification (71.3 MB PDF)Bericht publiceren
- Good Questions, Wrong Answers (PDF)
CIA's Estimates of Arms Traffic through Sihanoukville, Cambodia, During the Vietnam War.
- The Way We Do Things (PDF)
Black Entry Operations into Northern Vietnam
- Undercover Armies (PDF)
CIA and Surrogate Warfare in Laos
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