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In 1973, as ordained by the Paris Peace Accord, a National Liberation Front delegation moved into a tightly guarded compound at Saigon's Tan Son Nhut Airbase. Once a week doors opened to the press corps and the Viet Cong (a name which drew guffaws from the Communist delegates) told their side. Col. Vo Dung Giang, a chain-smoking diplomat fluent in French (and knowing more English than he cared to admit), presided.
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