Chapter 4. The Army Cryptographic Branch in the Winter-Spring Strategic Offensive of 1953–1954 and the Dien Bien Phu Campaign (1953–1954)

As we entered the winter-spring of 1953–1954, the resistance of our people to the French colonialist aggressors had entered its eighth year. The developing situation of the war was useful to us. The more we struck, the more victories; the more we struck, the stronger we were. As for the enemy, the more the fighting dragged on, the more he lapsed into defensiveness and embarrassment.

In January 1953 the fourth congress of the Central Party's Executive Committee convened. In Uncle's report, read at the meeting, Uncle analyzed and assessed the situation, and the stubborn nature of the enemy. Uncle showed clearly ...

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