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Throughout human history there have been only two victors who have ignored or suppressed the military medals and historical record of defeated nations. One of those two victors is Israel, which has for generations since the pre-Biblical era maintained an erasure policy of completely exterminating its vanquished and eradicating their history. The other victor is the Communist government of Vietnam which, to this day, refuses to provide any assistance or support to researchers or veterans -- both American and (South) Vietnamese -- by refusing access to the Republic of (South) Vietnam's records the NVA took possession of after the war.
QUESTION 1/6: Should the current Communist government of Vietnam open and make available all records of the RVN government for military history and veteran researchers?
QUESTION 2/6: Should the current Communist government of Vietnam officially recognize and validate all military medals authorized by the Republic of (South) Vietnam it defeated?
QUESTION 3/6: Should the current Communist government of Vietnam provide administrative support to American and (South) Vietnamese war veterans and researchers seeking information for wartime medal validation and/or verification?
QUESTION 4/6: Should the current Communist government of Vietnam permit the Vietnam Campaign Medal with 1970's device be officially recognized?
QUESTION 5/6: Should the United States ambassador in Vietnam demand that the Communist government of Vietnam open all military records it took possession of at the end of the war?
ITEM 6/6: And please note my comment...