World: AFTER TET: MEASURING AND REPAIRING DAMAGE

In the first shock and confusion that followed the Communists' country wide Tet offensive six weeks ago, it was difficult, dangerous and, in remote areas, impossible to assess accurately the damage done by the enemy. Now, with roads, communications and security gradually being restored, a firmer measure can be taken — even though the final, definitive picture may not emerge for some months yet. For military and administrative purposes, South Viet Nam is divided into four corps areas that run from north to south, plus the special capital zone of Saigon and surrounding...

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