Papers reveal JFK efforts on Vietnam

Jul 12, 2005

Newly uncovered documents from both American and Polish archives show that President John F. Kennedy and the Soviet Union secretly sought ways to find a diplomatic settlement to the war in Vietnam, starting three years before the United States sent combat troops.

Full article available from the Boston Globe.

Download CWIHP Working Paper #45 (Poland and Vietnam, 1963: New Evidence on Secret Communist Diplomacy and the "Maneli Affair") and other Working Papers by clicking here.