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Mr. Hoang Duc Nha

Wrong Hoang Duc Nha?

Private Secretary and Press Secre...

President Thieu
 
Background

Employment History

  • Top Adviser
    President Thieu
  • Minister
    Mass Mobilization and Open Arms
  • Minister
    Information
  • American-educated Minister
    Information
  • Young Minister for Economic Development and Planning
    South Vietnam
  • Private Secretary To President Nguyen Van Thieu and Minister
    Information and Open Arms of the Republic of Viet Nam
13 Total References
Web References
DC City Pages: Political Platform
dc.linksee.com, 17 Oct 2001 [cached]
A commentary will be given by Hoang Duc Nha.Mr. Nha was a close aide to former President Thieu.Following Thieu's election in 1967/8, Mr. Nha first handled issues relating to the Land Reform program, then rose to become President Thieu's Private Secretary and Press Secretary.He also served as President Thieu's top adviser in the negotiations leading to the Paris Accords of January 1973, at which time he became Minister for Information.He now lives outside Chicago.
Copies of the book, reviews and recently released documents will be available at the meeting.
The event is open to the public.For further information and directions, please consult the CWIHP website at http://cwihp.si.edu.Please RSVP at 202-691-4155 or coldwar1@wwic.si.edu.
Requiescat in Pace
www.vietamericanvets.com, 24 Oct 2007 [cached]
Mr. Hoang Duc Nha then Private Secretary and Advisor to the President made the transfer possible. Thirty years later he told me that when he recommended my name among several others pushed by various organizations and VIP's, the President looked at my file, smiled when he saw that I was graduated from the Dalat Military Academy, class 12 and said, "I still remember this guy"!
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Mr Hoang Duc Nha, a cousin of President Thiu, became his Private Secretary (1968), then concurrently Press Secretary (1969) and subsequently Minister for Mass Mobilization and Open Arms, had first issued orders to the National Press Center to keep an eye on those rowdy foreign reporters and have them respecting the law of the land.
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There were special instances when three to four journalists were expelled from South Viet Nam, including the case of the expulsion of the New York Times Bureau Chief in spite of the intervention from Ambassador Bunker with Mr. Nha.
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This was a spectacular case when Mr. Van, on instructions from Mr. Nha , had shown those reporters that they have to respect the law of the land, an accomplishment that had never been done before under President Diem, Dr. Phan Huy Quat or General Nguyen Cao Ky.
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Artillery still rained down nearby, and when the President just finished his words, shells fell a few hundred meters away) All, from President Thieu to the generals to the civilian Private Secretary Nha, kept their cool in the billowing dust.
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Only the two men from Phan Rang, President Thiu and his Private Secretary Nha , were steadfast in their opposition to the bad deal imposed by the US fulfilling their responsibility to the people and the troops days and nights fighting the enemy.
Interview with Henry Kissinger, 1982 - WGBH Open Vault
openvault.wgbh.org, 13 Dec 2011 [cached]
Interview with Hoang Duc Nha [1], 1981 Hoang Duc Nha was an American-educated Minister of Information for South Vietnam-and cousin and Special Adviser to President Thieu-until 1974. He lived for three years in the United States in the early 1960's before returning to Vietnam at his mother's request in 1965... Preview Interview with Hoang Duc Nha [2], 1981 Hoang Duc Nha was an American-educated Minister of Information for South Vietnam-and cousin and Special Adviser to President Thieu-until 1974. He lived for three years in the United States in the early 1960's before returning to Vietnam at his mother's request in 1965...
Nguyen Van Thieu and The September 11th Terror Attacks - Social Action Australia
www.socialactionaustralia.org, 5 May 2008 [cached]
Instead of revamping his administration, Thieu relied on a small clique of capable and honest officials centered on his cousin Hoang Duc Nha (who was known as 'the Dauphin'), which included South Vietnam's brilliant young Minister for Economic Development and Planning, Dr Nguyen Tien Hung.
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In contrast to Nhu however, Nha sought to remove ineffective officials and replace them with people of ability. For this reason Nha was cordially hated by much of the ARVN's senior ranks and Cabinet ministers, particularly his bete noire, the prime minister, General Tran Van Khiem.
Lycee Yersin - Lycee Yersin
www.lyceeyersin.org, 4 July 2007 [cached]
English translation by Hoang Duc Nha:
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(an interview with Hoang Duc Nha by Nguyen Xuan Nghia ) - Viet Bao April 30, 2005
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Concluding our series of special articles on the 1975 events we now turn a new page on the future facing the country, through a series of articles. (The first one is the interview with Hoang Duc Nha).
Hoang Duc Nha:
"Viet Nam has squandered many opportunities - China in 2005 is light years ahead of China in 1979." "With such an anti democratic regime that systematically violates human rights, the current regime in Viet Nam cannot hope to convince the US why it should bother to help defend her in case the Chinese play rough."
We do not need a lengthy introduction on Hoang Duc Nha, former Private Secretary to President Nguyen Van Thieu and former Minister for Information and Open Arms of the Republic of Viet Nam and the person who, with President Thieu's government, had withstood the pressure of the US in the last years of the war.
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In our quest to review the experience of 1975 and with a view toward the immediate future, Nha took time to talk with Nguyen Xuan Nghia in this interview on "Viet Nam, 30 years after" …
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Question: Mr. Hoang Duc Nha, with your high level professional experience in international business, what do you think are the basic issues of Viet Nam on the international scene, such as its economic, diplomatic and strategic relationships with the US and East Asian powers like China for example.
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