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"Ho Chi-minh (1890 1969) is a frail man of 58 whose wispy beard makes him look like a sinister character out of a Fu Manchu thriller. For five years, his rice-farmers-by-day-fighters-by-night have forced France to keep an army 150,000 in Indochina. The cost: $1 million a day, or one third of France's defense budget. The significant news of Ho's October offensive was that he was using better-trained men and more powerful weapons. For that, Ho owes thanks to friends in Communist China. Jean Letourneau (1907 1986), French Minister of Associated States who flew to Indochina to survey the the disaster, said: 'Beyond any doubt, that is the turning point of this war."

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''Uncle Ho Strikes Back'' (Pathfinder Magazine, 1950)

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