In the occasion of the Vietnamese New Year (Tet) 1968, after an agreement was reached to give the people of VN 3 days of peace to enjoy the Tet. But right at the first minutes of the agreed ceasefire, they started the Tet Offensive attack. This was a country-wide coordinated surprise attack by the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and Viet Cong (VC) on more than 100 towns and cities, including 36 provincial capitals and Saigon. The attack, at the time, was the largest battle of the war.  The VC and NVA struck nearly simultaneously, during the most sacred Vietnamese holiday while many ARVN troops were on leave. Never trust them!


Before 1975 the Communists from the North of Vietnam always claimed that The National Lebaration Front of South VN Force (MTGPMN) was the revolutionary force from the South VN. But after the fall of Saigon, they openly admitted (by their own books and by their own mouths) that most the forces overthrowing the Republic of VN (VNCH) were from the North of VN and commanded by Communist Generals of the North too.  Lies !  Lies !  Big Lies !



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