LG Military Operations And Activities In The Laotian Panhandle by Brig. Gen. Soutchay Vongsavanh

LG Military Operations And Activities In The Laotian Panhandle

byBrig. Gen. Soutchay Vongsavanh

Kobo ebook | November 6, 2015

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This monograph forms part of the Indochina Monograph series written by senior military personnel from the former Army of the Republic of Vietnam who served against the northern communist invasion.

“The Kingdom of Laos, because of geographical location, was destined to play a major role as North Vietnam endeavored to expand her area of influence throughout Indochina. This is especially true of the Laotian Panhandle which borders both South Vietnam and Cambodia. Following the March 1970 coup in Cambodia, the closure of the port of Sihanoukville to the Communists and the increasing effectiveness of navy Market Time barrier operations, southern Laos became even more important to the enemy for the movement of supplies and men to support Communist activities in South Vietnam and Cambodia.

This monograph reviews and analyzes Royal Lao Government military operations and activities in the Laotian Panhandle. I have devoted special attention to the significance of the panhandle for enemy military operations in South Vietnam and Cambodia, the initiation of conventional warfare in southern Laos, lessons learned during the employment of regular and irregular forces and developments following the 1973 cease-fire. As author, I am fortunate to be able to draw on my personal experience as Commanding General of Military Region 4 from 1 July 1971 until my exodus 13 June 1975.”-Author’s Preface.

Title:LG Military Operations And Activities In The Laotian PanhandleFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 6, 2015Publisher:Normanby PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:178625462X

ISBN - 13:9781786254627

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