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Battle Of Song Be - Background
... The NLF forces had been left to train in relative safety and had developed new tactics and been supplied with new weapons that upset the balance of power ... By 1964 ARVN morale was collapsing and the NLF was in nominal control of much of the countryside ... To capatalize on this, the NLF was planning ever-larger operations ...
Aden Emergency - Emergency
... first the Egyptian-supported National Liberation Front (NLF) and then the Front for the Liberation of Occupied South Yemen (FLOSY), who attacked each other as well as ... Hostilities started with a grenade attack by the NLF against the British High Commissioner on 10 December 1963, killing one person and injuring fifty ... Nevertheless, deadly guerrilla attacks by the NLF soon resumed against British forces, with the British leaving Aden by the end of November 1967 ...
National Liberal Federation - 1900-1936
... Organisationally the NLF was the pillar of the Liberal Party ... despite the opposition of many Liberals, the NLF helped to rally recruitment to the armed forces ... After 1918 the NLF began to experience some financial difficulties but was able to remain solvent under the presidencies of Sir George Lunn and J M Robertson ...
List Of People With Surname Nguyễn - Politicians
... Nguyễn Hữu Thọ, Vietnamese lawyer and politician founder of the NLF (1910–1996) Nguyễn Phú Trọng (b. 1937) Nguyễn Văn Linh, NLF fighter in the Vietnam War, 1986–1991 General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (1915–1998) Nguyễn Văn Tường, Nguyễn Dynasty regent (1824–1886) Nguyen Van Vy ...
National Liberation Front – Bahrain
... In the 1960s and 70s the NLF, headed by Saif Bin Ali, assisted by Yousif Ajaji (born 1939) and Abdulla Rashid Binali (born 1935), played a leading ... By the first half of the 1970s the NLF was the major political force in the country, and following the 1974 parliamentary election it succeeded in ... The NLF was harshly repressed by the regime, and many activists and leaders went into exile ...