The War: The Busiest Bombing Month

They may have been going all out to refute the contention that airpower has its limits in Viet Nam. Or demonstrating to the skeptical back home that there is no stalemate over North Viet Nam. Or warning Ho Chi Minh on the eve of the South Vietnamese elections that a willingness to negotiate should not be mistaken for any weakening of resolve. Whatever the reason, American fighter-bombers ranged up and down the vital railroad links between Hanoi and China last week, dispatching box cars, bridges and marshaling yards with lethal efficiency. Other...

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