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DIEN BEN PHU (Battles in Focus)

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        StatementBrasseys UK
        PublishersBrasseys UK
        LC ClassificationsApril 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 119 p. :
        Number of Pages93
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101857533720

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At "Isabelle", a similar attempt later the same night saw about 70 troops, out of 1,700 men in the garrison, escape to Laos. would not re-intervene in the country again. When he was told that he was allocated a total of about 3,300 tons of airlifted materials, Sudrat simply shrugged his shoulders.

Unfortunately the French High Command badly underestimated the capabilities and wherewithal of the Giap and his divisions.

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