U.S. President Richard Nixon's silent majority speech from White House about Vietnam War.
Washington DC USA Date:1969, November 3 Duration:14 min 20 sec Sound:Yes
A news special report about U.S. President Richard Nixon's speech from the White House about Vietnam War. A news correspondent reads news about the current status of war in Vietnam. President Nixon speaks from an office in the White House. President Nixon during his famous 'Silent Majority' speech. Richard Nixon details the history of Vietnam War and the ways North Vietnamese communists adopted to impose their government in South Vietnam. He says that immediate withdrawal of the United States forces would be a disaster for South Vietnam and the U.S. as well. He talks about steps taken to resume peace in the region and the progress of Paris Peace Talks.
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