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Vietnam-Continued

Vietnam Continued
Chief of State Nguyen Van Thieu, 52 [2], U.S. forces in-Continued
53-54, 56 n., 549, 552

377, 383, 389, 397, 412, 415-416, 420,
Communist aggression, 6 (p. 7), 53, 55,

431, 433-434, 445 (25), 449, 456, 485-
77, 86, 93-94, 128, 188 (10), 236 (1,

486, 496,515,516 (10), 521, 533, 543,
9), 246, 273-274, 277 [7], 304, 311,

547, 552-553, 563, 568, 570-571, 577
329, 346, 377, 383, 411, 415-416, 420,

[5], 578 [2, 5), 607 [3], 638, 641,
431, 437, 445 (25), 474 (10), 540,549,

642 (10), 645, 651, 654 (3]
553, 565-566, 568, 570, 577 (15), 607 U.S. policy in, 6 (pp. 7, 10), 45, 65 (6,
[3]

7], 86, 88 (16-17, 19, 21), 93, 120, 124
Construction contracts, 642 (21)

[4, 7, 10, 12), 128, 152, 188 (5), 221,
Dignitaries, U.S., visits by, 56, 124 (5, 14),

228, 236 (3,9), 246, 277 (7), 311, 325,
394, 521

338 [6], 377, 397, 411, 414-416, 437,
Economic and social development, 54-55,

445 (18, 25), 450, 456, 474 (10), 498,
77, 106, 141 ftn. (p. 347), 214, 271,

501 (14, 17], 532, 540, 547, 551-553,
273-274, 277 [7), 311, 320 [1], 338

554, 568, 570, 577 [2, 151, 578 (7),
(19), 348, 417 (12), 501 [2, 17), 516

607 [3], 654 [3]
(1, 13), 520, 532, 548–549, 553, 607
[3]

Vietnam, North, 128, 228, 312, 325, 501
Elections, 247 (13, 14], 277 [7), 311, 338 [14],578 [2]

(19), 397, 414, 456, 501 (17), 516 Aggression, 6 (p. 9), 158 (12), 246, 277
[1], 520, 532, 549, 553, 607 [3]

(7), 311-312, 325, 329, 338 (19),
Health programs, 106, 141 ftn. (p. 347),

346, 348, 397, 411, 515, 516 [1], 549,
271, 273, 331, 433

577 (15), 578 [2]
Mail service to, 37, 322, 389, 571, 651

Attack on U.S. vessels (1964), 94
Military Assistance Command, Com- Bombing by U.S., 6 (pp. 9, 10), 39, 52
mander. See Westmoreland, Gen.

[5], 124 (7), 246, 277 [7, 9, 20), 311,
William C

320 (9, 16), 338 [2), 346, 350, 397,
Missions from U.S., 56, 65 (10), 106, 141

434, 474 (5), 477 [6], 514, 516 (10),
[8, 10], 277 (22), 331

547, 577 [7], 578 [2, 7-8), 607 [4],
Political situation, 141 [2], 158 [5], 188

642 [7], 654 [2, 7, 13]
[2–3), 236 (1, 4], 246, 247 [5], 277 Casualties, 578 [2]
(7), 311, 501 [2], 549, 607 [3]

Defections, 516 (1)
Prime Minister Nguyen Cao Ky, 52 [2], Election in U.S., interpretation, 610
53-54, 56 n., 65 (7), 88 [19, 21), 188

[12]
[2, 4], 236 [4], 277 (21), 520, 549, 552

Morale, 578 [2]
Statements, 39, 52 [2], 106, 236 (1), 274, Peace negotiation efforts, response to, 338
277 17], 320 [1], 331

[10), 474 (5), 607 [3, 4]
U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, 52

President Ho Chi Minh, 52 [5], 320 [18],
[2], 65 (8, 12), 86, 141 (10), 188 (3),

514-515, 540
214, 228, 236 (1), 273, 334 [4], 338 Trade, U.S. opposition, 441, 608
(19), 383, 492 (1), 578 [11], 628 [1], U.S. prisoners in, 338(1,4-5, 17)
642 n., 645

Vietcong support, 325
U.S. forces in, 6 (p. 9), 15, 18, 20, 37, 47,

Vietnam conflict, 32, 35-36, 77, 86, 93, 107–
53-54, 85-87, 88 [24], 96, 107, 124 109, 214, 234-235, 246, 312, 323, 325,
(15), 128, 136-137, 141 (11), 158 328 n., 329, 345, 388, 414-415, 421, 486,
(14), 166, 188 [4, 5, 11), 228, 242, 542, 548-549, 553, 567, 603, 638, 646
273, 277 [7), 311-312, 320 (7), 338 Casualties, 338 (19), 346, 395, 412, 433,
(19), 345, 348, 350, 353, 373 (2, 19),

449, 578 [2], 642 (14), 654 (2, 7]

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Vietnam conflict-Continued

Vincennes, Ind., 350
Christmas truce, 630 (11)

Mayor Earl C. Lawson, 350
Conferences. See Honolulu Conference; Vinson, Fred M., Jr., 204
Manila Conference

Virgil, 93
Congressional views, 52 [3], 65 [6], 88 Virgin Islands, watch imports, 600
(16-17], 474 [4]

Virginia, 320 (14), 338 (11), 391
Demilitarized zone, 501 [5]

Gov. Mills E. Godwin, Jr., 122 (1), 650 n.
Economic impact in U.S., 34 (p. 97), 121 Virginia, University of, 395

[5], 431, 477 [3], 578 (6), 654 [9] Vision, Volunteers for, 257
Election impact in U.S., 141 (12), 188 Visitors, foreign leaders
[7],577 [2]

Australia, Prime Minister Holt, 304-305,
Geneva accords, 6 (p. 11), 54, 65 ftn. (p.

328
177), 338 [1], 549

Bolivia, General Barrientos Ortuno, 338
Mansfield, Sen. Mike, proposals, 8 (12],

(16]
607 [10]

Burma, General Ne Win, 443, 446, 450
Message to the American people, 553

Denmark, Prime Minister Krag, 195
Military situation, 8 [6], 88 (19), 277 (7, Germany, Chancellor Erhard, 474 [9],
20, 22), 320 (15), 338 (19), 373 (2,

482, 485-486
19], 474 (10), 494 [1], 520, 532, 549, Guyana, Prime Minister Burnham, 341-
599 [7],628 [9]

342
News conference remarks, 236 [9], 334

India, Prime Minister Gandhi, 148-149,
[1], 401 [5], 417 (12), 494 (1), 501

152
[2], 516 [9], 607 (3], 642 (11), 650 Israel, President Shazar, 365
[24]

Nicaragua, President Schick, 263-264
Nuclear weapons use, 501 (14)

Philippines, President Marcos, 458-459,
Ordnance requirements, 520, 578 [2, 6, 9)

461
Pacification programs, 274, 520–521, 578

Saudi Arabia, King Faisal, 284-285, 287
[2]

Senegal, President Senghor, 488-489
Peace negotiation efforts, 6 (pp. 10–11), United Kingdom, Prime Minister Wilson,
8 [2, 17), 18, 22-23, 39, 52 [5], 54,

359
65 [7], 93-94, 141 (12, 14), 188 (10), Vietnam, Chief of State Thieu and Prime
236 (1, 15), 246, 277 (11), 329, 338

Minister Ky, 53
(19), 348, 350, 353, 373 [9), 397, Visits to foreign countries
474 (5), 477 [6], 516 (1), 531, 549, Australia, 541-547
654 (1,7-8, 13]

Korea, 561-566a
Pope Paul VI peace efforts, 474 (5), 513, Malaysia, 559-560
549, 577 [7], 607 [4, 15)

Mexico, 174, 176-177, 639
Prisoners, 54, 338 [1,4-5, 17], 549

New Zealand, 538-540
Public opinion, 88 (16, 18), 445 (26)

Philippines, 550-551
Soviet policy, 474 (16], 577 [6], 607 (3, Thailand, 554,555,557-558
61

Vietnam, 552
Tonkin resolution, Gulf of, 88 [171

Vissing, Richard, 353
United Nations role, 6 (p. 10), 52 (5), VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America),
65 (13), 94, 607 [10], 654 [1]

111, 189, 257, 594
Veterans, 421, 645

Visual and Auditory Materials of an Edu-
Vietcong. See Vietcong

cational, Scientific, and Cultural Char-
War, question of declaration, 88 (17, 21) acter, Agreement for Facilitating the
Westmoreland, Gen. William C., report, International Circulation of (Beirut
383

Agreement), 45,519

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Vivian, Repr. Weston E., 431

Waldheim, Kurt, 272
Vocational Education Acts, 95, 172, 273 Waldie, Repr. Jerome R., 401 ftn. (p. 881)
Vocational training. See Occupational train- Walker, Charls E., 265
ing

Walker, Joseph A., death, 259
Vocational Rehabilitation Act Amendments Walker, Walton, 564
of 1965, 192 n.

Walker Hill, Seoul, Korea, 564
Volker, Dr. Joseph, 208 n.

Wallace, Gov. George C., 122 [1, 2]
Volpe, Gov. John A., 121 (1), 396-399, 407 Waller, Theodore, 424 n.
Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA),

Walsh, William, 394
H11, 189, 257, 594

Walt, Maj. Gen. Lewis W., 88 (14), 100
Volunteers for Vision, 257

Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington,
Von Braun, Wernher, 485

D.C., 146
Von Hassel, Kai-Uwe, 486

War, prevention of, 480
Von Steuben, Friedrich Wilhelm, 466

War Claims Act of 1948, 303
Vorenberg, James, 526

War Claims Fund, 303
Voting Rights Act of 1965, 59, 196, 216, 403,

War of 1812, 359
504

War orphans, 26 (p. 64), 495
Voting rights and participation, 21, 273, 320 Wardwell, Capt. Arthur L., 326
[17], 353, 403, 585

Warren, Earl (Chief Justice of the United
Negroes, 66, 96, 196, 277 ftn. (p. 631), States), 22, 86, 570
403, 436

Warren Commission (Commission to Re-

port Upon the Assassination of Presi-
WAC (Women's Army Corps), 8 (16)

dent John F. Kennedy), 577 (11)
Wade, Hugh J., 567-568

Washington, D.C. See District of Columbia
Wage-hour bill. See Fair Labor Standards Washington, George, 81, 189, 261, 353
Act, 1938

Washington Council of Governments,
Wages, 401 [2], 414, 430, 432, 434, 444, 451,

Metropolitan, 302
512,654 [5]

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Au-
Agricultural. See Agriculture and agricul- thority, 262
tural programs

Washington Post, 8 (3], 52 [7], 88 (23),
Airlines workers, 338 [3]

277 (22)
Construction industry, 445 (7)

Washington Technical Institute, 586
Factory and industrial, 34 (p. 96), 399, Waste disposal facilities, 26 (p. 61), 30, 584
403, 426, 635 [8-9]

Waste products, industrial, 82
Increase, 34 (p. 96), 155, 189, 201, 228, Watch import tariffs, 600

236 [8], 237, 333, 336, 347, 373 (3, Water Commission, National, 82
13), 399, 401 [2], 403, 412-413, 415, Water Commission, United States and Mexi.
428, 431, 437, 479, 504, 515, 520, 577

co, International Boundary and, 177,
(10], 654 [3]

467-468
Medical personnel, 185

Water Conservation Fund, Land and, 398
Minimum. See Minimum wage

Water desalination, 26 (p. 60)
Stability, 155, 444

Atomic energy use, 361, 427
United Kingdom, control, 359 n.

International cooperation, 177, 361, 427,
Wage-price policy, 8 (15), 34 (pp. 96,

467-468,516 (3), 607 (1)
109), 44, 88 (20), 108-109, 140, 141 United States and
(3-4), 155, 201, 333, 334 (2, 7), 336, Israel, 516 [3], 607 [1]
347, 373 [3, 8, 11, 13, 17), 403, 473, Mexico, 177, 467-468
474 [20]

Saudi Arabia, 285
Women, 299

Water for Peace, International Conference
See also Pay

on, 427, 593
Wailes, Charles, 472

Water Pollution Control Act of 1965, 82

428

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Water Pollution Control Administration, Weather Watch, World, 94, 222
Federal, 82, 88 [4], 91, 111, 215, 232,

Weaver, Robert C., 8 (1, 13), 12

See also Housing and Urban Develop-
Water Pollution Control Advisory Board, 91

ment, Secretary of
Water Quality Act of 1965, 82, 392–393

Weaver, Mrs. Robert C., 8 (1), 13, 295
Water resources

Webb, James E. (National Aeronautics and
Desalination. See Water desalination

Space Administrator), 134-135, 249,
Developing nations, 427

410, 413-416, 485-486, 618, 625
Development, 26 (p. 60), 49, 394

Webb, Walter Prescott, 427
International conference, 593

Webster, Daniel, 21, 335, 392
Northeastern States, 391, 393, 427

Weinman, Judge Carl A., 535 n.
Pollution, 6 (p. 3), 26 (p. 62), 34 (p. 106), Welfare programs, 26 (pp. 61-62, 68), 27,

82, 91, 215, 229, 232, 334 (2), 353, 30, 34 (pp. 100-101, 108), 127, 347, 444
392-393, 398, 403, 427, 481, 485-486, See also Antipoverty programs
518, 545, 574,630 [4]

Welhausen, Judge, 589
Research, 138

Welhausen Elementary School, Cotulla,
Rural, 398, 403, 428

Texas, 589
Shortage, 481

Wellington, New Zealand, 539-540
Urban, 30, 393

Wesley, John, 189
Waste disposal facilities, 26 (p. 61), 30, West Berlin, Germany, 482
584

West Virginia, 391
Water Resources Council, 82, 91, 391

Gov. Hulett C. Smith, 122 [1, 2], 348,
Water Resources Research, Committee on,

426-427, 650 n.
138

Western Hemisphere, 175, 386, 338 (16]
Water and sanitation systems bill (1965), Western States Democratic Conference, 417
398, 403, 428

(11), 418
Water System, Tri-County, 398

Westmoreland, Gen. William C. (Com-
Waterloo, N.Y., 242

mander, United States Military Assist-
Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park ance Command, Vietnam), 86, 100, 214,
(Montana-British Columbia), 448

311-312, 388-389, 412, 520-521, 532,
Watson, Thomas J., Jr., 57

548, 552-553, 563, 568, 570, 638, 641
Watts area, Los Angeles, 236 (13)

News conference remarks on, 52 (2), 65
WAVES (Women's Reserve, USNR), 8

[8, 12, 14), 88 (19, 24), 141 (10),
(16]

158 (14), 188 [4-5, 9), 236 (1), 320
Weapons, 246, 320 (7), 434

[7, 15), 334 [4), 338 (19), 445 (1),
Arms control and disarmament, 6 (p. 8),

474 (10), 492 [1], 494 [1], 501 (14,
70, 320 [9], 411, 480, 483, 486, 497, 20], 577 [5, 7), 578 [2, 6, 11), 628
503

(1), 642 (10), 654 [8]
Arms race, 32

Vietnam conflict report, 383
Firearms control, 116, 364, 373 (14), 526 Westmoreland, Mrs. William C., 52 [2], 383
Missiles, 26 (p. 56), 310, 387, 607 (16), Westrick, Ludger, 486
642 (8, 14-16, 20)

Wheat
Weather prediction and control, 222, 229, Acreage allotments, 203, 355
326

Exports, 355
International cooperation, 94, 143, 222

India, shipments to, 52 (1), 311-312
Report, 79

Production, 62, 311, 608
Satellites, 222

Surpluses, 281

( Main references are to items except as otherwise indicated ]
Wheeler, Gen. Earle G. (Chairman, Joint Williams, Lt. Charles Q., 288, 456

Chiefs of Staff), 52 [3], 124 (2, 12), Williams, Mrs. Charles Q., 288
183, 214, 246, 320 (7), 324, 516 [9], Williams, G. Mennen, 8 (2), 141 (12)
628 [1],642 [4]

Williams, Mrs. G. Mennen, 430-431
White, Justice Byron R., 498

Williams, Sen. Harrison A., Jr., 442, 504
White, Repr. Compton I., Jr., 410-411

Williams, Sen. John J., 88 [22], 132
White, G. D.L., 538

Williams, ist Lt. Leland, 246
White, Lee c. (Chairman, Federal Power Williams, Roger, 396

Commission), 65 (1), 88 [8], 97, 202 Williamson, Brig. Gen. Ellis W., 124 (2,
White, William S., 492 [9]

12]
White backlash, 401 [6], 580 [15, 20), 599 Willis, Repr. Edwin W., 121 [2]
[3]

Wilmington, Del., 515
White House

Mayor John E. Babiarz, 515
Releases, list, Appendix A, p. 1467

Wilson, Harold (Prime Minister of the
Savings bonds purchases by employees, United Kingdom), 88 (25), 328 n., 359
358

Wilson, Joseph, 208 n.
Staff. See Appointments and nominations Wilson, O. Meredith, 210 n., 632
White House Conference on International Wilson, Owen M., 184 n.
Cooperation, 370

Wilson, Woodrow, 216, 221, 392, 413-414,
White House Conference “To Fulfill These

470, 472, 504, 509, 650 [13]
Rights,” 51, 88 (10), 196, 247 (11), 248, Wilson, Woodrow, School for Public and
407-408

International Affairs (Princeton Uni-
White House Fellows, 388

versity), 216, 404
White House seminar program, 388

Winneke, Sir Henry and Lady, 543
White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., 650 (1) Winston, Ellen, 157
Whitener, Repr. Basil L., 586

Winters, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin, 417 (3)
Whitman, Walt, 337, 489

Winters, Robert, 644 n.
Wholesale prices, 34 (p. 101), 155, 201, 347, Wiretapping, 630 (9)
494 [1], 577 [10]

Wirth, Conrad L., 518
Wiggins, Chase, 277 [1]

Wirtz, W. Willard. See Labor, Secretary of
Wightman, Richard, 338 [18]

Wissenbach, Charles E., 331 n.
Wilbur, Dr. Dwight, 208 n.

Withholding taxes, 34 (p. 102)
Wilde, Frazar B., 182

Wolf Trap Farm Park, Va., 518, 522
Wilderness Act, 69, 398,518

Wolfe, Thomas, 30, 435
Wilderness preservation system, 69

Wolff, Repr. Lester L., 510, 512
Wildlife conservation, 518

Women
Wilentz, Warren W., 504

Armed Forces service, 8 (16]
Wiley, Dr. Harvey W., 307

Employment, 89, 105
Wilkie, Wendell, 86

Government service, 89, 96, 299
Wilkins, Roger W.,51

Housewives' strike, 158 [7]
Wilkins, Roy, 51, 431

State conference, remarks, 299
Wilkinson, Charles B. (Bud), 7

Wages, 299
Wilklow, Harry, 433

Women, Citizens' Advisory Council on the
William I, Emperor (Germany), 448

Status of, 299
William II, Emperor (Germany), 312 Women, Conference of State Commissions
William Randolph Hearst Foundation, 35

on the Status of, 299

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