Indochina Peace Campaign

From KeyWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Template:TOCnestleft The Indochina Peace Campaign was a creation of Hanoi supporter Tom Hayden and other hardcore communist/marxist supporters of North Vietnam. It was the successor to Hayden's Indochina Information Project], which was funded, in large party, by the far-left "Youth Project". The IPC became the core and brains of the Hanoi Lobby and its efforts to cut off U.S. aid to South Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, who were under attack from North Vietnam.

In 1974, the IPC was given an office in a congressional office building by Rep. Ronald Dellums D-CA, an avowed "socialist" but who was, in reality, a hardcore marxist, one of the top three in Congress at that time.

Germantown, Ohio IPC Conference, October, 26-28, 1973

The Indochina Peace Campaign ()held its key action organizing conference in Germantown, Ohio, from oct. 26-28, 1973, delayed a week in order to let Tom Hayden and his wife Jane Fonda return from their meetings with the Vietnamese communists in Paris (during the week of Oct. 15th, where they got their marching orders (as stated by Hayden at the conference).


PARTIAL LIST OF PARTICIPANTS: Workshops for Saturday No identifications were provided on the Workshop lists; KW is providing them where known, or as were announced during the conference

WORKSHOP 1: Classroom A

WORKSHOP 2: Classroom 2

WORKSHOP 3: Classroom C

WORKSHOP 4: Classroom D

WORKSHOP 5: Classroom E

WORKSHOP 6: Classroom F

WORKSHOP 7: Classroom G

WORKSHOP 8: Lounge

WORKSHOP 9: Fireside Room

WORKSHOP 10: Hall & Games

The World Assembly for Peace (for short) was a project of Hanoi, Soviet peace fronts, and the Communist Party of France.

WORKSHOP 11: Snack Bar


WORKSHOP 13: table Tennis

WORKSHOP 14: Dining Hall

WORKSHOP 15: Dining Room

WORKSHOP 16: Library

WORKSHOP 17: Chapel Stage

WORKSHO 18: Chapel

  • John Young - former military POW in Hanoi Hilton and member of the "Peace Committee". Possibly committed suicide later on.


Group 20:

Others known to be at the convention and probably in the missing workshops: TO BE ADDED from IPC newspaper accounts of the meeting