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ABSENCE l> MnlkUlMfcb AT AND DESCRIPTIONS OF REEDUCATION CAMPS SIX AND THREE IN NGHE TINH PROVINCE. NORTHERN VIETNAM; INCARCERATION OF
AUbUbl 2 IHtRfc WERE NO AMERICAN5 AT TINH PROVINCE, SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF LOCATED ABOUTILOMETERS (KMS) EAST OF NEAR THANH MY VILLAGE. THANH CHUONG CAMP WAS BUILT SOMETIME 2- AS ADMINISTERED BY THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR (BNV) PRIORUT2 WAS TURNED OVER TO THE NGHE TINH PROVINCE PUBLIC SECURITY SERVICE. 2 THE CAMP COMMANDER WAS MAJOR (LNU) (CTHUONG)). FOUR OFFICERS FrtuM THE RANKS OF SENIOR LIEUTENANT TO CAPTAIN UERE IN CHARGE OF THE FOURUBCAMPS. THE SUBCAMPS WERE LOCATEDETERS TO FIVE KMS APART. TAFF OFFFICERS AND MEN WERE ASSIGNED TO CAMP-6.
3. THERE UERE0 PRISONERS ATFMONG THEM WERERMY OF THE REPUBLIC OF (SOUTH) VIETNAM (ARVN) LIEUTENANTRVN MAJORS;APTAINS;ST LIEUTENANTS;ND LIEUTENANTS AND ABOUTRVN NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND LOU RANKING CIVILIANS.
O LONGER IMPRISONED INMATES FROM
rHfr-SP.yJy- BY2 THE LAST OF THREE GROUPS OF SOUTHERN PRISONERS HAD BEEN TRANSFERRED TO REEDUCATION CAMPS IN THE NORTH ORREEDUCATION CAMP IN THUAN HAI PROVINCE, SOUTHERN VIETNAM. THEREAFTERELD ONLY NORTH VIETNAMESE CRIMINALS. AT THAT TIMEELD0 NORTHERN CRIMINALS IN SUBCAMPS TWO THROUGH
(i. 3 THERE UERE NO AMERICAN'. RtED'vCA'IONN NGHE TINH PROVINCE. AS LOCATED *t'CVT MS WEST OF TAN KV DISTRICT TOUN IN NGHE TINH. THE zw*'AS;.IshCD
6. AS OIRECTli SUBORDINATE TO THE ON-. ENANT COLONELAS CAMP COMMANDER . TAFF' CjF -SC-VALE AND FEMALE BNV PERSONNEL WAS ASSIGNED TO THE CAMP.
THERE WERERISONERS AT CAMP-3. AMONGWERETHNIC TRIBESMEN FROM PLEIKU (NOW GIA LAI-KON TUM) AND DARLAC (NOW DAC LAC) PROVINCES. MOST OF THEM WEREHE ANT ISRV FULRO RESISTANCE ORGANIZATION. SOME UERE FROM THE jAR AI 7RIBE AND THE DARLAC PROVINCE COUNCIL. THEREONTAGNARD PROTESTANT MINISTER NAMED "EDE. " THES6 TRIBESMEN UERE ORGANIZED INTO UNITS OF AO MEMBERS EACH. SOME OF THEM UERE MIXED IN WITH ARVN UNITS. THERE WERE ABOUTRVN RANGERS FROM THE RANKS OF CORPORAL TO CAPTAIN UHO HAD BEEN AIRDROPPED INTO THE NORTH THE RANGERS WERE DIVIOED INTO FIVE CELLS OFOEMBERS EACH. THERE UERE ABOUTAIWAN ARMY OFFICERS FROM THE RANKS OF 1ST LIEUTENANT TO MAjOR. THOSE OFFICERS HAD BEEN AIR CROPPED INTO NORTH VIETNAM AND WERE SUPPOSED TO INFILTRATE CHINA
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herb doctor Al !ML LmHP. iHtKl JWfc AUuiJI lb mUNfi (HLU) tribesmen from laos. they were said to be vang pao's rangers. the bnv camp staff put the hmong tribesmen together uith the taiwanese military officers toabor unit. there wasroup of aboutormer south vietnamese navy officers who had escaped from vietnam to guam5 and subsequently returned to vietnam. after their return, the srv authorities accused them of being dispatched back to vietnam by the american imperialists to
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destroy the srv government, and they were remanded to the north. there were also aboutormer arvn officers transferred over toromn the prisoners atere divided intoabor cells of aboutembers each; the units were subdivided into three or four cells ofoembers each.
of (south)five members ofassembly including an ethnic chinese named (fnu)the 5TH voting district of cholon: representative edical doctor;r. hairmanpolitical party in central vietnam. and buddhist chaplains at camp -Original document.