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  • July 24, 1965

    Transcript of the Reception of a Workers Party of Vietnam Delegation at the Central Committee of the Romanian Communist Party

    This document is a transcription of the conversation exchanged between Nicolae Ceausescu and Le Duc Tho regarding the reception of the Vietnamese Workers Party delegation by the Romanian Communist Party and the reluctance of the Vietnamese to engage in negotiations with the United States over the Vietnam conflict.

  • December 16, 1966

    Second Meeting: Record of a Conversation between CPSU CC General Secretary Cde. L. I. Brezhnev and Cde. Le Duc Tho, memeber of the Politburo and Secretary of the VWP CC

    Le Duc Tho assesses the prospects of the war in Vietnam.

  • October 17, 1968

    Discussion between Chen Yi and Le Duc Tho

    Chen Yi criticizes Vietnam on past concessions to the US, which undermine China and the NLF; Chen Yi also criticizes Vietnam’s acceptance of Soviet proposals to negotiate.

  • April 29, 1969

    Discussion between Li Xiannian and Le Duc Tho

    Li Xiannian advises South Vietnam toward a total victory and regards negotiation as of secondary importance.

  • September 07, 1971

    Discussion between Le Duc Tho and Ieng Sary

    Le Duc Tho offers advice to Ieng Sary about the current conflict between China and the Soviet Union.

  • July 12, 1972

    Discussion between Zhou Enlai and Le Duc Tho

    Zhou Enlai advises Le Duc Tho on negotiations with the US, particularly the issue of Nguyen Van Thieu.

  • January 03, 1973

    Discussion between Zhou Enlai and Le Duc Tho

    Zhou Enlai encourages Vietnam’s negotiations with the US.

  • February 02, 1973

    Discussion between Mao Zedong and Le Duc Tho

    Mao Zedong makes suggestions as to the course for action after the signing of the Paris Agreements.

  • November 13, 1973

    Cable from Comrade Sau Manh [Le Duc Tho] to Comrade Pham Hung and COSVN Headquarters Providing Guidance for Military Struggle Operations in the Cochin China Lowlands, and for Launching a Political and Military Struggle Movement in South Vietnam

    Cable from Le Duc Tho to Pham Hung and COSVN Headquarters providing guidance on local military activities in the Cochin China lowlands and plans for a political and military struggle movement in South Vietnam.

  • March 13, 1975

    Cable from Le Duc Tho to COSVN Providing Ideas on the Possibility of Conducting Attacks and Uprisings to Liberate Local Areas

    In response to COSVN’s assessment of the situation and its policy decision to conduct attacks and uprisings at the grass-roots level, Le Duc Tho offers some military insights and suggestions for future actions.

  • March 20, 1975

    Cable No. 62 from Le Duc Tho to Brother Tuan [Van Tien Dung]

    Le Duc Tho sent Van Tien Dung a cable saying that he and Le Trong Tan will meet Dung to brief him on their assessment of the situation and on the new decisions reached by the Politburo and the Central Military Party Committee.

  • March 23, 1975

    Cable No. 70 from Brother Tho [Le Duc Tho] to Brother Tuan [Van Tien Dung]

    Cable from Le Duc Tho to Van Tien Dung to update on the situation at the battlefield and discuss military tactics.

  • March 25, 1975

    Cable No. 75 from Brother Tho [Le Duc Tho] to Brother Tuan [Van Tien Dung]

    Cable from Le Duc Tho to Van Tien Dung to discuss the decision by the Politburo and the Central Military Party Committee to implement Plan 1 in the immediate future and consolidate forces in the northern provinces.

  • March 27, 1975

    Cable No. 83 from Brother Tho [Le Duc Tho] to Brother Tuan [Van Tien Dung]

    Le Duc Tho briefs Van Tien Dung on the Politburo's assessment of the situation in Hue and Danang and tells him to carry out their plan as quickly as possible.

  • April 20, 1975

    Cable to Brother Sau [Le Duc Tho] and Brother Bay Cuong [Pham Hung] (at the B2 Front)

    Cable from Le Duc Tho discussing educational and administrative tasks regarding discipline in the newly liberated zones and captured materials for units in the focal-point battlefield.