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Refugee problems in South Vietnam and Laos.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees.

Refugee problems in South Vietnam and Laos.

Hearings, Eighty-ninth Congress, first session.

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Refugees, Vietnamese,
  • Refugees, Lao

  • Edition Notes

    Hearings held July 13-Sept. 30, 1965.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV640.5.V5 U5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 408 p.
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6007974M
    LC Control Number66060373
    OCLC/WorldCa1731531

    The US Opened Its Borders to , Refugees After the Vietnam War and It Can Do so Again Today’s refugees from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, along with the millions of people displaced.   Old Soldiers: The Last Refugees Free to Leave Vietnam. the courage of the former soldiers of South Vietnam," said Mr. Yen, "but they are showing themselves only as .

      The move to reduce by three the 11 refugee camps in Thailand - the country of first refuge for about a million and a half Indochinese refugees since Communist governments came to . Vietnam War begins. The U.S. sends combats troops into South Vietnam. The North Vietnamese Army retreats into Laos and Cambodia. American B .

    of the American Embassy. e new leaders of South Vietnam proved less able to maintain control than Diem. By , with the South Vietnamese government on the verge of collapse, President Lyndon B. Johnson sent ground troops to South Vietnam. American military and political leaders believed that they would win the war by the end of File Size: KB. A Vietnamese Refugee Tells Her Story. In the aftermath of the Vietnam War, thousands of so-called "boat people" fled Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, often in small overcrowded ships that were barely seaworthy. The story of Linda Thong, while horrific, is not unusual. Refugees often encountered pirates while sailing the dangerous South China Sea.


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Refugee problems in South Vietnam and Laos by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Refugee problems in South Vietnam and Laos: Hearings before the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected With Refugees and Escapees of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-ninth Congress, first session, J 14, 20, 27; August 4, 5, 10, 18; Septem 21, 28, 29, 30, [United States.

Refugee problems in South Vietnam and Laos: Hearings before the Subcommittee to Investigate Problems Connected with Refugees and Escapees of the Committee. Almost one-tenth of Laos' 3 million citizens have left since the communist Pathet Lao, with help from Vietnam, won its year war against American-supported governments in Vientiane.

The Thai government had to set up centers to provide shelter to refugees from Laos, Cambodia and South-Vietnam at several locations including Nong Khay in Changwad Nane, Vinay, Phanom, and Napho. After closing the Nong Khay camp following repeated arsonist acts and several murder cases, the Thai government closed a few more refugee camp in the.

From the beginning of the crisis, in the United States and in refugee camps in Thailand, Hong Kong, and Malaysia, the IRC would make one of its longest and deepest commitments to work on behalf of refugees from Indochina.

In the U.S., the IRC took a lead role in the largest refugee resettlement effort the country has ever seen. The failure of the U.S. and its Lao allies to halt communist movement along the Ho Chi Minh trail not only doomed the U.S. defense of South Vietnam but also drew the Lao state into the wider conflict and drove the U.S.

bombing campaign in the country. Despite its long neglect, the war in. A Laotian Refugee Tells His Story. The small nation of Laos, along Vietnam's western border, became entangled in the Vietnam War. Laos was invaded by the North Vietnamese Army and covertly bombed by the U.S. After the Communist Pathet Lao emerged victorious inthe country became little more than a protectorate under the de facto control.

Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate. ample, by crossing Laos into Thailand, has been prompted by several factors.

For one thing, some two hundred thousand to three hundred thousand Vietnamese, after the Communist-imposed unification of Vietnam, were sent to various "re education camps." Refugee reports have claimed that life in.

Refugees from Laos: Historical Background and Causes (By Gary Yia Lee, PH D)Original article based on research on the impact of the Indochina War on Laos conducted inwith supplementary field research in refugee camps in Thailand during Hmong refugees from the Frederic C.

Benson Laotian Slide Collection () During the perioda time of ongoing conflict and war in Laos, as many asrefugees, or about 25% of the country’s estimated population of 3 million, were internally dislocated.

Vietnam refugee statistics for wasa % decline from Vietnam refugee statistics for was 1, a % decline from Vietnam refugee statistics for was 2, a 0% increase from Vietnam refugee statistics for was 2, a 0% increase from   CBCA Book of the Year.

Bruce Whatley, Anh Do and Suzanne Do. from war and famine in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Close to 1 million refugees remain in camps throughout Southeast Asia.3 This article focuses on the refugees who entered the United States as a result of American involvement in the war in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.

For the most part, the emphasis is on the Viet-namese, although some. Potential medical problems in personnel returning from Vietnam. Ann Intern Med. Mar; 68 (3)– Sullivan TJ, Nguyen-Thi-Nhu-Tuan Bacterial enteropathogens in the Republic of South Vietnam.

Mil Med. Jan; (1):1–6. Hodson EM, Springthorpe BJ. Medical problems in refugee children evacuated from South by: 1. The Indochina refugee crisis was the large outflow of people from the former French colonies of Indochina, comprising the countries of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, after communist governments were established in Over the next 25 years and out of a total Indochinese population in of 56 million, more than 3 million people would undertake the dangerous journey to become refugees in.

Ethnic minorities in Vietnam confronted difficult choices in the wake of the Vietnam conflict. Hundreds of thousands of Hmong and Montagnard people, who supported the United States and South Vietnam during the conflict, migrated to refugee camps in the late s to evade the violence and instability left in the wake of American withdrawal.

Inthe family traveled to Laos for a visit. It was the first time the three boys had seen where their parents grew up, and the first time they met their dad's family, most of whom continue to live in Laos today. New opportunities. For many Lao refugees, Worthington has become a Author: Julie Buntjer.

9. Kelly, From Vietnam to America, chap. 2; Google Scholar see also John Pilger, The Last Day (New York: Random House, ); Google Scholar Le-The-Que, A. Terry Rambo, and Gary D. Murfin, “Why They Fled: Refugee Movement during the Spring Communist Offensive in South Vietnam,” Asian Survey, 16(9): (Sept.

).Cited by:   (New York) – Thai authorities should urgently investigate the apparent enforced disappearance of Od Sayavong, a refugee from Laos and prominent critic of the Lao government. A LEGACY OF WAR: REFUGEES FROM VIETNAM, LAOS AND CAMBODIA. 1.

Rubén G. Rumbaut. The image is dramatic and seared into the American national consciousness: It is a.m. on Apas the helicopter lifts off the roof of the American embassy in Saigon,Cited by: South Vietnam, pre Cobra crash site with remains; Report and Evaluation Refugee Report Source Reports | Isaac Y.

Hosaka. Date of report (). Date of report (). Location give by source differs by only 1 km.Series Vietnam: A Television History Program Cambodia and Laos Program Number. Title. Refugee Camp. Series Description. This 13 part series covers the history of Vietnam from France's colonial control, through the revolution, to the U.S.

evacuation from Saigon and the years beyond.