American Views of the Central Office for South Vietnam

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In the Vietnam war a shadowy enemy headquarters, the “Central Office for South Vietnam,” controlled National Liberation Front forces in the southern theater. Whether this “COSVN” represented the Liberation Front high command, or was an appendage of the North Vietnamese army remained a question for U.S. commanders. This article examines…

In the Vietnam war a shadowy enemy headquarters, the “Central Office for South Vietnam,” controlled National Liberation Front forces in the southern theater. Whether this “COSVN” represented the Liberation Front high command, or was an appendage of the North Vietnamese army remained a question for U.S. commanders. This article examines what American experts and intelligence officials said and wrote about COSVN during the war.

 

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