THE MILITARY DIVERSIONARY ART IN THE TAY-NGUYEN OFFENSIVE CAMPAIGN 1975
Keywords:The Military Diversionary Arts, Tay-Nguyen Campaign, The Spring 1975 Great Victory.
AbstractIn the spring 1975, Vietnamese people’s army and the Vietnamese people carried out a general offensive and uprising campaign with the purpose of liberating the South, leading to reunification of Vietnam. Tay-Nguyen campaign in the highland was the first battle that destroyed an important element of the defensive system of the puppet administration in the South. The victory of Tay-Nguyen campaign was the result of the military diversionary art which misguided the enemy forces toward another direction, put them in wrong estimation about our forces, our location, finally made them surprised and passive in combat. In this paper, we aim to indicate the diversionary arts in terms of objectives, guidelines of diversionary activities, forms and diversionary measures in order to affirm the creation and development of Vietnam’s revolutionary military art in the Ho Chi Minh era.
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