Administration, PAD, Chief Advisor, Memo February 1956

Creator: Mode, Walter
Contributor: Smuckler, Ralph, report recipient
Description: Walter Mode sends out a memorandum of a recent report from the Vietnam Press on February 29, 1956 discussing the activities of the South VietNam Regional Delegation in 1955. The report discusses Civil Service personnel and organization, security, economics and finances, labor and agrarian reform, social actions, public health and hygiene, education for youth, agriculture, and a list of public works.
Subject(s): agricultural administration / agriculture / economic policy / law enforcement / Michigan State University. Vietnam Advisory Group / police administration / public administration / Vietnam (Republic). -- Department of Agriculture / Vietnam (Republic). -- Bộ canh nông / Vietnam (Republic). -- Department of National Economy / Vietnam (Republic). -- Bộ kinh-té̂ / Vietnam (Republic). -- Ministry of Land Reform, Agriculture, Fishery, and Animal Husbandry Development / Vietnam (Republic). -- Bộ cải-cách điè̂n-địa và phát-triẻ̂n nông-ngư-mục / Vietnam (Republic). -- Ministry of National Planning and Development / Vietnam (Republic). -- Bộ ké̂-hoạch và phát-trié̂n quó̂c-gia / agrarian reform / Central Record Bureau / civil guard / investment / land reform / land tenure / public relations / research / resettlement / rural affairs / travel / Viet Cong
Digital Format: Text/pdf
Original Format: Memorandum
Language: English
Original Date: March 6th,1956
Date Range: 1950-1959
Source: Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections Vietnam Project. Records. (UA Box 680, Folder 37
Pages: 11
Identifier: UA2-9-5-5_004257.pdf
Country: South Vietnam
Digitizer: MSU Archives and Historical Collections
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Contributing Institution(s): MSU Archives & Historical Collections; MATRIX: Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences at Michigan State University
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