The Phoenix program

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Morrow, 1990 - History - 479 pages
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The Phoenix Program was in theory an antiterrorist program, designed by the CIA to target Viet Cong officials and sympathizers. This covert operation was responsible for the killing, imprisonment, or torture of countless Vietnamese in the name of "neutralizing" the Viet Cong "infrastructure". The first book to shed light on and analyze the details of the whole operation.

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What an explosive book this one is, exposing the Phoenix Program which is a strategy of terror and its role in political warfare, it exposes the South Vietnamese massacre in 1969 where 12 women and ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Infrastructure
19
Internal Security
31
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Douglas Valentine has served as a documentary film consultant and worked as a private investigator. His previous books include "The Hotel Tacloban, The Phoenix Program" and "TDY".

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