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Asian Studies: Vietnam War

Ambassador Graham Martin and

the Saigon Embassy's Back Channel

Communication Files, 1963-1975


Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library


1963-1975 (bulk 1969-1975)


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The bulk of the materials in this collection are "backchannel" cables between the U.S.

ambassadors in Saigon and the President’s national security advisers regarding the situation

in South Vietnam or the peace negotiations. In addition, there are straight State Department

cables, usually between the Secretary of State and the U.S. ambassador in Saigon; talking

points prepared formeetings between the ambassador and South Vietnamese officials, mainly

President Nguyen Van Thieu; reports and memoranda of conversations of those meetings;

drafts of speeches and proposed agreements prepared by both sides; military situation

reports; and intelligence reports.

Original Microform Title: Gerald R. Ford and Foreign Affairs, Part 1: National Security Advisor's Files,

Section 3: Saigon Embassy Files from Ambassador Graham Martin

America in Protest: Records of Anti-

VietnamWar organizations - Vietnam

Veterans Against the War


FBI Library




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The Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) started in 1967 with six Vietnam veterans

marching for peace in New York City. The purpose of the organization was to give voice to the

returning servicemen who opposed the on-going war in Southeast Asia. From six soldiers in

1967, the ranks of the membership eventually grew to over 30,000. This publication consists

of FBI reports dealing with every aspect of antiwar work carried out by the VVAW. The

collection also includes surveillance on a variety of other antiwar groups and individuals,

with an emphasis on student groups and Communist organizations.

Original MicroformTitle: America in Protest: Records of Anti-VietnamWar Organizations, Part 1: Vietnam

Veterans Against the War, 1968-1975