NBC NEWS WHITE PAPER: VIETNAM HINDSIGHT, PART 2 OF 2: THE DEATH OF DIEM (TV)

Summary

One in this series of irregularly scheduled documentaries. This program includes appearances by Roswell Gilpatric, former deputy secretary of defense; George Ball, former undersecretary of state; Gen. Maxwell Taylor, former chairman of the joint chiefs; Arthur Schlesinger, former special assistant to the president; Gen. Paul Harkins, former U.S. military commander; Lt. Col. John Vann; Rufus Phillips; Michael Forrestal, former member, White House national security staff; Roger Hilsman, former assistant secretary of state; Henry Cabot Lodge, former ambassador to South Vietnam; Lt. Col. Lucien Conein, CIA Saigon; Dean Rusk, former secretary of state; Gen. Ton That Dinh, former military governor of Saigon; Lt. Col. Duong Hieu Nghia, armor officer; Gen. Do Mau, former director of military security for South Vietnam; Ma Tuyen, former leader of the Saigon Chinese community; Col. Duong Ngoc Lam, former director of the South Vietnamese Civilian Guard; Gen. Nguyen Khanh, former commander of the South Vietnamese Second Corps; and White Paper associate producer Alvin Davis. Also included are clips of President John F. Kennedy, Defense Secretary Robert McNamara, and Frank McGee.

Details

  • NETWORK: NBC
  • DATE: December 22, 1971 Wednesdasy 10:00 PM
  • RUNNING TIME: 0:54:59
  • COLOR/B&W: Color
  • CATALOG ID: T82:0141
  • GENRE: Public affairs/Documentaries
  • SUBJECT HEADING: History - American
  • SERIES RUN: NBC - TV series, 1960-1980
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CREDITS

    • Fred Freed … Producer
    • Pamela Hill … Director
    • Floyd Kalber … Reporter
    • Roswell Gilpatric
    • Maxwell Taylor
    • Arthur Schlesinger
    • John Vann
    • Michael Forrestal
    • John F. Kennedy
    • Ngo Dinh Diem
    • Ton That Dinh
    • Do Mau
    • Duong Ngoc Lam
    • Alvin Davis
    • George Ball
    • Lucien Conein
    • Paul Harkins
    • Rufus Phillips
    • Roger Hilsman
    • Henry Cabot Lodge
    • Dean Rusk
    • Duong Hieu Nghia
    • Ma Tuyen
    • Nguyen Khanh