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Fall of Saigon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Fall of Saigon; Part of the Vietnam War: Evacuation of CIA station personnel by Air America on the rooftop of 22 Gia Long Street in Saigon on April 29, 1975.

Fall of Saigon - United States American History

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The role of Fall of Saigon in the history of the United States of America.

Vietnam War Fall of Saigon - About.com Education

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Fall of Saigon - Conflict & Date: The Fall of Saigon occurred on April 30, 1975, at the end of the Vietnam War. Commanders. North Vietnam. General Van Tien ...

Vietnam: A look back in pictures at the Fall of Saigon 40 ...

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The fall of Saigon, April 30, 1975, marked the end of the Vietnam War and the capture of Saigon by North Vietnamese forces. Chaos ensued as the North Vietnamese ...

Fall of Saigon

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Fall of Saigon Marines Association. The Fall of Saigon Marines Association is a public benefit / nonprofit corporation whose members consist of ...

The Fall of Saigon - History Learning Site

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Saigon, capital city of South Vietnam, fell to North Vietnamese forces on April 30 th 1975. The fall of Saigon (now Ho Chin Minh City) effectively marked the end of ...

The Vietnam Center and Archive: Exhibits - The Fall of Saigon

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View and online exhibit remembering the fall of Saigon on April 30th, 1975

Fall of Saigon - Vietnam War - Wikia

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Terminology Edit. Various names have been applied to these events. The Vietnamese Government usually calls it the Liberation of Saigon or Giải phóng miền Nam ...

Fall of Saigon - Military Wiki - Wikia

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The Fall of Saigon (or Liberation of Saigon) was the capture of Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam, by the People's Army of Vietnam and the National Liberation ...

AP Explore: Fall of Saigon

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AVAILABLE NOW. Forty years after the fall of Saigon (present-day Ho Chi Minh City), Peter Arnett has written a new memoir, “Saigon Has Fallen.”