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THE ARCHIVE OF AMBASSADOR KENNETH M. QUINN
FROM THE MISSISSIPPI TO THE MEKONG
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12/02/1972 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

A summary of incidents occurring in November of 1972 about a soldier intending to defect. View Summary

02/20/1974 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

Ambassador Quinn writes the first ever report of the radical Khmer Rouge Regime, widely dismissed at the time. View Report

10/01/1974 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

Ambassador Quinn clears letters between the two presidents as part of his duties on the National Security Council. View Correspondence

01/20/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

In two documents anti-war efforts are detailed as well as potential propaganda efforts being made by the Vietnamese to instill...

01/28/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

In this document, Ambassador Quinn's requests supplemental fund requests to aid in Vietnam and Cambodia during the war and explains...

02/25/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

This document shows Ambassador Quinn serving as the official translator of President Ford during the Vietnam War. View Itinerary

03/25/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

In this diary entry, Ambassador Quinn is mentioned as the interpreter of President Ford. View Entry

04/05/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

This report to Henry Kissinger from Ambassador Quinn details the imminent fall of Saigon and the necessity of protecting Vietnamese...

04/05/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

As a Foreign Service Officer, Ambassador Quinn writes on the grim situation in Vietnam, the morale of the Vietnamese people,...

04/21/1975 Amb. Kenneth Quinn

Correspondence from Ambassador Graham Martin to General Scowcroft writing for Ambassador Quinn referencing Saigon. View Correspondence
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