THE TYPHOON TRUCE, 1970: Three Days in Vietnam When Nature Intervened in the War
The "typhoon truce" caused the war to stop for three days in northern I Corps--that area bordering the demilitarized zone separating South Vietnam from the North. Super Typhoon Joan arrived devastating all the coastal lowlands in I Corps and further up into North Vietnam, then a week later came Super Typhoon Kate, hitting the same area--as described here by the author.
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