since Memorial Day 1999
Phỏng vấn hai cựu tướng Khiêm và Xuân
Bài học từ một sự tuẫn tiết
Bốn mươi năm ngậm ngùi
Cầu nguyện với Cố TT Ngô Đ́nh Diệm
Về những đàn anh lớn, Bọn ác ôn côn đồ
Những bí mật được tiết lộ sau 40 năm
Những Giờ Định Mệnh Nghĩa Biển T́nh Sông
VIỆT NAM MUÔN NĂM,
DÂN TỘC TRƯỜNG TỒN.
LONG LIVE VIETNAM
Major Ngô Thế Linh, Chief of Special Branch in Thailand, 1964.
Thương tiếc và tưởng nhớ 50 năm Cố Tổng Thống Ngô Đ́nh Diệm
vị Tổng Thống khai sinh nền đệ Nhất Cộng Ḥa.
(Bài giảng của Linh Mục Gioan Baotixita Đinh Xuân Minh)
Five Generals and one Colonel committed suicide
rather being captured by the VC on April 30th, 1975:
Colonel Ho Ngoc Can (death by firing squad,
requested not to be blind folded).
April 30th, 1975, aboard USS Blue Ridge:
U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam Graham Martin said
"If we had done as a nation the things I think we said we should do
--if we had kept our commitments --we wouldn't have to evacuate."
FREEDOM IN VIETNAM ???
A historical picture
Catholic Priest Nguyen Van Ly (Prisoner of Conscience by Amnesty International)
not allowed to speak during his quick trial in Hue in 2006.
Catholic priest Father Ly was arrested in May 2001 and was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment, plus five years probation on release, under national security legislation. Father Nguyen Van Ly has been an outspoken and persistent critic of government religious policies and human rights in particular with regard to confiscation of church property since 1975. He had previously spent one year in detention without trial in the late 1970s and was then sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment on account of his peaceful dissenting views in 1983. Amnesty International adopted Father Ly as a prisoner of conscience on both occasions.
From Feb 2003 to Novermber 2009, 9 States, 3 Counties and 77 Cities have adopted Resolutions recognizing the Vietnamese Flag. Republican Central Committees adopted 3 similar Resolutions. The Vietnamese Yellow Flag is displayed at Memorial sites at Westminster, California and Cabramatta, Australia.
Tại Hoa Kỳ, 9 Tiểu Bang, 3 Quận Hạt, 77 Thành Phố đă thông qua Nghị Quyết Vinh Danh Quốc Kỳ Việt Nam. Đảng Cộng Ḥa cũng ra 3 Nghị Quyết tương tự. Quốc Kỳ Việt Nam tung bay ngạo nghễ tại hai Đài Tưởng Niệm Chiến Binh: Việt Mỹ tại Westminster (USA) và Việt-Úc tại Fairfield (Cabramatta-AUS).
Vietnamese flag flying behind Pope Benedict XVI in Cologne
Major Ngo The Linh in Da Nang, 1963
Remembering the fallen ARVN Soldiers
ARVN STD-SOG parachute
Viet Nam Leaflets
PSYOP O-2B Aircraft
The Search for Hanoi Hannah by Don North
Tet PSYOP by Herb Friedman
North Vietnam's PSYOP Leaflets
Project Quick Speak Vietnam War
PSYOP in Laos by Herb Friedman
The Death Card by Herb Friedman
Cambodia PSYOP by Herb Fiedman
The Armed Propaganda Teams of Vietnam
Winning Hearts and Minds by Herb Friedman
The Use of Superstitions in PSYOP in Vietnam
Anti-Viet Cong Atrocity PSYOP by Herb Friedman
Allies of the Republic of Vietnam by Herb Friedman
The Ho Chi Minh Trail Campaign by Herb Friedman
The Chieu Hoi Program of Vietnam by Herb Friedman
PSYOP Order of Battle for Vietnam by Herb Friedman
The NVA Soldier in South Vietnam as a PSYOP Target
Allied Weapons of the Vietnam War by Herb Friedman
Reward Leaflets of the Vietnam War by Herb Friedman
The North Vietnam Leaflet Campaign by Herb Friedman
Australian PSYOP of the Vietnam War by Herb Friedman
PSYOP of the Strategic Hamlet in Vietnam by Herb Friedman
Vietnam War "Flag" Safe Conduct Passes by Herb Friedman
The 24th PSYOP Detachment in Vietnam by Herb Friedman
The Wandering Soul PSYOP Tape of Vietnam by Herb Friedman
Propaganda Banknote Leaflets of the Vietnam War by Herb Friedman
MACV-SOG - The Sacred Sword of the Patriot League by Herb Friedman
The Strange Case of the Vietnamese "Late Hero" Nguyen Van Be by Herb Friedman
Psychological Operations Command & Control in Vietnam by Herb Friedman & Ed Rouse
National Liberation Front (NLF), Anti-American Leaflets of the Vietnam War by Herb Friedman
Fighting Words and Images, The use of Leaflets in the Propaganda War in Vietnam 1945 to 1975 by Dr. Rod Oakland
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