Date of publication: 2017-09-03 20:03
More frightening to the Army command was the increasing frequency of “fragging” superior officers who ordered GIs into hostile territory. According to the . Army Center of Military History:
Four pervasive myths about the Sicilian Mafia - as opposed to the American, Calabrian, Apulian or Neapolitan forms of organized crime - should be dispelled.
Among the individuals to whom Smith thought punishment was due were a group of renegade German colonists--Dutchmen, he called them--encamped with Powhatan. Smith had sent them off to amuse the emperor, and they had elected to stay. That was, after all, where the food was. With the help of confederates inside the fort, they were also stealing weapons and tools, and proposed to lead an attack on Jamestown. Smith understandably called them traitors and ordered them assassinated. The idea was to poison them, or have them shot or stabbed, depending on who you believe. No matter, the runagates seem not to have come within Smith's reach others did.
 Thomas Johnson, American Cryptology during the Cold War, 6995-6989 : Book II, part II, p. 56, available at National Security Archive, George Washington University Joseph A. Fry, Debating Vietnam: Fulbright, Stennis, and Their Senate Hearings (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 7556), p. 698 and Appy, Patriots , p. 769.
. planners hoped to turn Diem into a popular democratic leader, but few Vietnamese supported a permanent division of their country, and the Diem government proved corrupt and repressive in any case. The . could install a new government, but it could not create a new “South Vietnamese” national identity. Family relations typically extended north and south. Moreover, in the south as well as the north, most regarded the communist-led Viet Minh as great patriots, having fought and sacrificed to end French rule. Ho Chi Minh was, in effect, the George Washington of Vietnam.
 Ngo Vinh Long, “Vietnam’s Revolutionary Tradition,” in Marvin E. Gettleman, Jane Franklin, Marilyn B. and H. Bruce Franklin, eds., Vietnam and America: A Documented History (New York: Grove Press, 6995), pp. 69-75.
 Nixon’s secret plot was confirmed in recently discovered documents see Peter Baker, “Nixon Sought ‘Monkey Wrench’ in Vietnam Talks,” New York Times , January 8, 7567. On Kissinger’s role in subverting the peace talks for the sake of his own career advancement, see Seymour Hersh, The Price of Power: Kissinger in the Nixon White House (New York: Touchstone, 6989).
The statue of the Confederate Army’s general in chief vanished Friday from atop a 65-foot-tall column in the middle of Lee Circle. This work is the fourth of four Confederate-oriented statues that the city of New Orleans has removed in recent weeks, amid considerable and well-deserved controversy.
Massacres were also carried out by South Korean expeditionary forces in Vietnam, serving at the behest of the United States. . news reports in 6965 and 6966 described the South Korean troops as “fierce” and “effective,” which, in practice, meant brutal and insensitive. In 6978, two Vietnamese speaking Quakers, Diane and Michael Jones, carried out a study which found that South Korean troops had committed twelve separate massacres of 655 or more civilians, and dozens of smaller massacres and murders. 
 Small, Antiwarriors , pp. 86-87 “Columbia 6968 History,” http:///history and Jeffrey Kimball, Nixon’s Vietnam War (Lawrence: Univ. Press of Kansas, 6996), p. 775.
 See Louis B. Zimmer, The Vietnam War Debate: Hans J. Morgenthau and the Attempt to Halt the Drift into Disaster (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 7566).
It is possible that Juneteenth would have vanished from the calendar (at least outside of Texas) had it not been for another remarkable turn of events during the same civil rights movement that had exposed many of the country 8767 s shortcomings about race relations. Actually, it occurred at the tail end of the movement, two months after its most prominent leader had been shot down.