INDO-CHINA: Revolt Among Survivors


The shaky state of southern Viet Nam rocked perilously last week between two proud patriots struggling for power.

The struggle was between Premier Ngo Dinh Diem and the army's Chief of Staff Nguyen Van Hinh. and it had deep roots. Premier Diem, for years a voluntary exile from his land while the French ran it, had lost face when Geneva partitioned Viet Nam over his protests, lost followers when partition left most of his Roman Catholic supporters in Communist hands, lost public confidence because of his reluctance to take men from southern...

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