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  • Cong from the southeast and were pressed into fire fights.

    NEWS December

  • Cong from the southeast and were pressed into fire fights.

    William Devereaux

  • April 21, 2006 41 years later, first POW killed by Viet Cong is honored in Ark. By ANNIE BERGMAN

    Bennett, Harold G.

  • They were just rolling the dice, looking for "Cong" -- as were more than 100 other U.S. grunt battalions that beat the bush in the flawed strategy called "Search and Destroy."

    The War Without End

  • Physician Eleanor Ardel Vietti and two colleagues were kidnapped by Viet Cong from a leprosy hospital near Ban Me Thuot in South Vietnam on

    Ritter, George L.

  • This second battle of Moytura was fought upon the plain of Cong, which is washed by the waters of Lough Mask and Lough

    The Story of Ireland

  • During the Vietnam War, even though the Viet Cong violated conventional rules of warfare, the United States gave those whom they captured the protections assured by the Geneva Conventions.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • Columbia Journalism Review Goes Long On Daily Caller - Our favorite part: "Journolisters will chuckle -- or recoil -- to hear he almost named his site Punji Stick, after the sharpened bamboo spears the Viet Cong deployed in mantraps."

    HUFFPOST HILL - Moody's Might Downgrade U.S., Hobo Clown Futures Skyrocket

  • The power is in each bare integer, each fraction of the whole, so that the drunkard who dies in his vomit on 42nd Street, and the senator who dies in his blood on the hotel kitchen floor, and the Viet Cong who dies blown to pieces in a Delta rice-paddy, are no lesser for their deaths than you or I or the Collected Media of the World's designated Human-of-the-Century.

    Nancy Chuda: To Invent Fire

  • The power is in each bare integer, each fraction of the whole, so that the drunkard who dies in his vomit on 42nd Street, and the senator who dies in his blood on the hotel kitchen floor, and the Viet Cong who dies blown to pieces in a Delta rice-paddy, are no lesser for their deaths than you or I or the Collected Media of the World's designated Human-of-the-Century.

    Nancy Chuda: To Invent Fire

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