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THE ARCHIVE OF AMBASSADOR KENNETH M. QUINN
FROM THE MISSISSIPPI TO THE MEKONG
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Posts by Amb. Kenneth Quinn

A summary of incidents occurring in November of 1972 about a soldier intending to defect.
Ambassador Quinn writes the first ever report of the radical Khmer Rouge Regime, widely dismissed at the time.
Ambassador Quinn clears letters between the two presidents as part of his duties on the National Security Council.
In two documents anti-war efforts are detailed as well as potential propaganda efforts being made by the Vietnamese to instill...
In this document, Ambassador Quinn's requests supplemental fund requests to aid in Vietnam and Cambodia during the war and explains...
This document shows Ambassador Quinn serving as the official translator of President Ford during the Vietnam War.
In this diary entry, Ambassador Quinn is mentioned as the interpreter of President Ford.
This report to Henry Kissinger from Ambassador Quinn details the imminent fall of Saigon and the necessity of protecting Vietnamese...
As a Foreign Service Officer, Ambassador Quinn writes on the grim situation in Vietnam, the morale of the Vietnamese people,...
Correspondence from Ambassador Graham Martin to General Scowcroft writing for Ambassador Quinn referencing Saigon.
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