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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. Indochina (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

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Page V


                              CONTENTS
                                                                       Page
 PREFACE. ....................         ............................II
INTRODUCTION . . . . .... ................... ............VIIT
LIST OF SOURCES. . . . ............ ..........................       IX
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS. . . . . ...... ................ XV
LIST OF PERSONS . . . . ......    ..........................            
XXI
                                  PART 1
Policy of the United States with respect to Indochina, 1952: U.S. assistance
    to French Union forces; military, economic, and diplomatic support for
    the Associated States of Indochina . . . . .. . .. ................1
Policy of the United States with respect to Indochina, 1953: Declining
    French military fortunes; the Viet Minh invasion of Laos; accelerated
    U.S. aid for Indochina......................................339
Prelude to the Geneva Conference, January-April 1954: Continued
     deterioration of the French military position; the seige of Dien Bien
     Phu; the question of United States intervention; the search for united
     action.......   ...    .............................               
937
                                  PART 2
Policy of the United States with respect to the situation in Indochina
     during the period of the Geneva Conference, ApIil-July 1954: U.S.
     concern regarding the military ascendancy of the Viet Minh; planning
     for the post-Geneva period.....................................1410
Policy of the United States in the aftermath of the Geneva Conference,
     July-December 1954: The increased role of the United States in South
     Vietnam; measures taken in support of the Diem government; the
     beginnings of American    aid  programs in Vietnam, Laos, and
     Cambodia . . . . ............ .......................... . ..   1867
 INDEX.....                  ..............................             
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