RETROSPECTIVE: EVENTS OF 1935 - 1 A retrospective of important events in 1935: Benito Mussolini oversees chemical warfare maneuvers by Fascist troops, farmers gather in Washington DC to show support for FDR's Agricultural Adjustment Administration, and Congress overrides the president's veto on the Patman Bonus Bill.
REDS FREE U.S. CIVILIANS Three Americans and a German national cross the Bamboo Curtain to freedom, released by Red China after imprisonment and brainwashing. One claims he was a U.S. spy and parrots Red germ warfare charges. Others show the results of long privation.
EAGLE FLIGHTS IN VIETNAM New techniques in jungle warfare are mounted against the South Vietnamese. Helicopter forays called "Eagle Flights" carry small detachments of Vietnamese troops into the jungles of the Ca Mau peninsula, where Vietcong guerillas have successfully eluded pursuit on the ground.
REDS HAMMER AT INDOCHINA'S SUPPLY LINES Reds, seeking to cut vital supplies to beseiged Dien Bien Phu, mine roads and rail lines linking the seaport of Haiphong, and Hanoi, take-off point for the airlift to Dien Bien Phu--another phase of the all-out assault that has produced the war's greatest crisis to date.
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