Appearances can be deceiving. In 1968, the leadership of North Vietnam was convinced of victory in the decades-old war for control of the nations of Indochina. A massive country-wide offensive exploded during the lunar new year. Viet Cong guerrillas supported by regular units of the North Vietnamese army overran towns and cities across the south as the surprised soldiers of the US and the Republic of Vietnam flailed helplessly. They recovered quickly, crushing the offensive behind devastating airpower. The offensive had failed, yet we now look on it as the war's turning point in the communist favor.
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