Siege of Nasan

December 1952
Time;12/15/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 23, p29
The article reports on a battle in Indochina that transpired in December 1952. There were approximately 20,000 Viet Minh Communist guerrillas surrounding Nasan and the French Union military troops were anticipating an attack. Among the weapons used by the Communists were bazookas, mortars, and machine guns. Victory was claimed by the French Union.


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