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  • '''Cao Van Vien''' (1921-2008) was the final commander of the Joint General Staff of the [[ |title = Cao Van Vien; South Vietnam 4-Star General
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Cao Van Vien]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Nguyen Van Thieu}}
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  • '''Cao Van Vien''' (1921-2008) was the final commander of the Joint General Staff of the [[ |title = Cao Van Vien; South Vietnam 4-Star General
    2 KB (318 words) - 20:09, 4 July 2010
  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Nguyen Van Thieu]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Cao Van Vien}}
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  • {{r|Cao Van Vien}} {{r|Nguyen Cao Ky}}
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  • {{r|Duong Van Minh}} {{r|Tran Van Huong}}
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  • Prime Minister [[Nguyen Cao Ky]] had a major political confrontation in 1966, which was called the '''B .... This begins a period of political protest and general strikes. MG Nguyen Van Chuan, Thi's replacement and a member of the Directory, said he would not
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  • {{r|Cao Van Vien}}
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  • ...ew reserves]] in 1974, but was only of limited success. President [[Nguyen Van Thieu]], who came from the military, still made detailed decisions and want | publisher = School of Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College
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  • #General [[Cao Van Vien]], chief of the ARVN Joint General Staff (JGS), had two remaining battalion ..."If the VC/NVN view the situation in this light, it is probably to their advantage to use their current apparatus to the fullest extent in hopes of fundam
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  • ...eneral", headed the organization. After the fall 1945 rebellion in Saigon, Vien commanded the Saigon area troops, and briefly allied with the [[Viet Minh]] Vien, no longer trusted by his original base, joined with the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]] in support of [[Bao Dai]] as head of the emerging Vie
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  • In 1967, when the government of [[Nguyen Van Thieu]] and [[Nguyen Cao Ky]] was formed after Thieu's efforts to ban Ky,<ref name=Time1971-09-13>{{ ...o include opposition. Phan Quang Dan, [[Tran Van Huong]], and [[Nguyen Luu Vien]] were specifically mentioned. <ref name=Jorden>{{citation
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  • [[Ngo Dinh Diem]] was a Vietnamese who, while he had worked as a civil servant in [[French Indochina]], had strong credentials both as a nationalist and ...il]] (MRC) lasted until January 1964; the military council, led by [[Duong Van Minh]], oversaw a Provisional Government under Diem's Vice President, [[Ngu
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  • '''Nguyen Van Thieu''' (1923–2001) was a South Vietnamese [[general]] and, at various t |title= Nguyen Van Thieu Is Dead at 76; Last President of South Vietnam
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