American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of northeast Vietnam on the Red River delta near the Gulf of Tonkin. Established in 1874, it was shelled by the French in 1946 and heavily bombed by U.S. forces from 1965 to 1968 and again in 1972 during the Vietnam War. Population: 646,000.
- n. a port city in northern Vietnam; industrial center
“But it's gonna be a cold day in Haiphong Harbor before I vote Libertarian for President, Governor, Congress, or Legislature.”
“South Vietnam, pre-1975: Sighting in Haiphong of a captured American Airman”
“Young Vietnamese girl a worker in Haiphong; a alive and as victim beautiful healthy woman.”
“News Agency (North Vietnam) clearly showed their ID cards with the caption that they were "captured in Haiphong.”
“a picture of LTJG Teague's Identification card and had reported his capture in Haiphong.”
“Claims to have been an USAF E-5 paramedic who was shot down near Haiphong in a”
“Ex-POWs to be listed as a POW - need to know if either of you can confirm the POW status of Alan Lorith - NAM: USMC Haiphong N”
“He wanted a bold stroke, demanding that the B-52s strike Hanoi and Haiphong Harbor with a vengeance in order to get better concessions at the negotiating table and to ensure a reasonable interval after U.S. departure.”
“In the summer of 1972 he ordered a naval blockade of the North, the mining of Haiphong Harbor, and a merciless bombing of Hanoi.13”
“Vietnamese authorities said Saturday that a fire at a shoe factory in the northern port city of Haiphong killed 17 people and seriously injured another 21.”
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