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  • January 12, 1973

    Cable from the Central Military Party Committee to COSVN on Guidance Principles for Leading the Struggle Movement After a Political Settlement and Ceasefire

    In preparation for future attacks from U.S. and South Vietnamese forces, the Central Military Party Committee sent COSVN guidance on strengthening combat units, monitoring enemy operations, and expanding political struggle activities.

  • January 19, 1973

    Cable from General Vo Nguyen Giap and the Central Military Party Committee to COSVN Providing Guidance on the Military Struggle

    General Vo Nguyen Giap and the Central Military Party Committee sent a guidance cable to COSVN laying out a number of military struggle measures to be carried out in response to military operations by their enemies in liberated zones, especially Loc Ninh.

  • 1975

    Central Military Party Committee to General Van Tien Dung

    Cable from Vo Nguyen Giap reporting on the enemies' tactics and the Politburo's strategic plan to attack in the focal point sector.

  • February 10, 1975

    Cable No. 727 from the Central Military Party Committee to Headquarters B4 [Thua Thien-Hue] and Headquarters B5 [Quang Tri]

    Vo Nguyen Giap, on behalf of the Central Military Party Committee, sent a cable to Headquarters B4 and B5 to give an assessment of the situation at the battlefields and issue operational guidelines for the Tri-Thien battlefield in 1975.

  • February 27, 1975

    Cable No. 810B from the Central Military Party Committee to the Current Affairs Committee of the Tri Thien Party Committee, the Current Affairs Committees of the B4 and B5 Party Committees, and the Tri Thien Region Party Committee

    On behalf of the Central Military Party Committee, Vo Nguyen Giap issues a directive on military operations, laying out battle plans to different regional committees.

  • March, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee Cable Sent to General Van Tien Dung during the Course of the Attack on Ban Me Thuot

    Cable sent to General Van Tien Dung from the Central Military Party Committee with guidelines on the steps and methods of issuing propaganda.

  • March 11, 1975

    Central Military Committee to General Van Tien Dung

    Cable sent to General Van Tien Dung to summarize highlights from a meeting by the Politburo and the Central Military Committee to address the development of current battlefields.

  • March 12, 1975

    Cable from the Politburo and the Central Military Party Committee, Sent Through the General Staff to Region 5, B2, Tri-Thien, and 2nd Corps

    Cable sent from the Politburo and the Central Military Party Committee to raise spirit among soldiers and set out victory goals.

  • March 12, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee Cable Sent to General Van Tien Dung, Info Copies Sent to Comrade Hoang Minh Thao and the B3 Front Party Current Affairs Committee

    Cable sent from the Central Military Party Committee with order to destroy the enemy’s bases in the Ban Me Thuot area and interrogate closely prisoners of war.

  • March 13, 1975

    Cable 373/DK, Central Military Party Committee Cable to General Van Tien Dung

    Cable sent to General Van Tien Dung to report on the Cochin China's operations and offer military guidelines.

  • March 17, 1975

    Cable from Central Military Party Committee to Military Region Tri-Thien and 2nd Corps

    The Central Military Party Committee orders a plan to attack and liberate all of Quang Tri and Thua Thien provinces and Hue City.

  • March 17, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee to General Van Tien Dung

    The Central Military Party Committee provides General Van Tien Dung an assessment of the situation and tells him to take advantage of the opportunity to expand attacks.

  • March 25, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee to Comrade Tran Van Tra and the COSVN Military Party Committee, Info Copy Sent to Pham Hung, the COSVN Party Secretary

    Cable from Vo Nguyen Giap on behalf of the Central Military Party Committee to report on its strategic general offensive, beginning with the victories in the Central Highlands and the other battlefields.

  • March 25, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee to General Van Tien Dung

    Cable from Vo Nguyen Giap to Van Tien Dung to report on the assessment of the situation and future military plans by the Politburo and the Central Military Party Committee

  • April 01, 1975

    Cable from the Central Military Party Committee to COSVN Military Headquarters

    Cable from the Central Military Party Committee analyzing the situation of the South Vietnamese revolution and offering guidance on attack plans.

  • April 02, 1975

    Cable from Central Military Party Committee to the COSVN Military Party Committee and the Headquarters of the B2 Front (Excerpts)

    Cable from the Central Military Party Committee with order to concentrate artilleries and forces to secure Xuan Loc and Bien Hoa.

  • April 02, 1975

    Cable from Central Military Party Committee to Comrades Van Tien Dung and Tran Van Tra (Excerpts)

    Cable sent to Van Tien Dung and Tran Van Tra to reiterate Politburo’s instructions on taking bold and timely action and a follow-up plan.

  • April 06, 1975

    Cable No. 993/TK from the Current Affairs Committee of the Central Military Party Committee to Brothers Dong [Le Tu Dong], Le [Tran Le], Nam [Le Duc Anh], Hai Manh [Chu Huy Man], Nam Cong [Vo Chi Cong], and Nguyen [Dong Si Nguyen], Group 559

    Cable from the Current Affairs Committee of the Central Military Party Committee, with briefings on the new phase of the South Vietnamese revolution.

  • April 07, 1975

    Cable from the Central Military Party Committee to All Units Being Poured into the Battlefield (Excerpts)

    Order from the Central Military Party Committee to quicken the liberation battle, maintain high spirit, and secure total victory.

  • April 27, 1975

    Central Military Party Committee Directive No. 113/QUTW

    Directive from the Central Military Party Committee on preparation of units to be entering and administering the City of Saigon-Gia Dinh.