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Madame Nhu

Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu

Trần Lệ Xuân (born 1924 in Hanoi, Vietnam), popularly known as Madame Nhu but more properly Madame Ngô Đình Nhu, was considered the First Lady of ...

vietnamese feminists, 1924 births, anti-buddhism, buddhist converts to catholicism, living people, ngo family, people of the vietnam war, vietnamese anti-communists, vietnamese roman catholics

Tran Van Chuong

- 24 July 1986) was South Vietnam's ambassador to the United States in the early 1960s and the father of the country's de facto first lady, Madame Nhu.

ambassadors to the united states, ngo family, people of the vietnam war, vietnamese people

Ngo Dinh Nhu

Nhu's family originated from the ... He worked at Hanoi’s National Library and in 1943, he married Tran Le Xuan, making her known as "Madame Nhu".

vietnamese roman catholics, 1910 births, 1963 deaths, anti-buddhism, assassinated vietnamese politicians, deaths by firearm in vietnam, nazis, ngo family, people murdered in vietnam, people of the vietnam war

Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group

The Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group (commonly known as the Michigan State University Group and abbreviated MSUG) was a program of ...

michigan state university, south vietnam, vietnam war

François Sully

In March 1962, Sully was to be expelled from South Vietnam by President Ngo Dinh Diem, egged on by Madame Nhu, as his reporting was deemed "helpful ...

1927 births, 1971 deaths, french journalists

Xa Loi Pagoda raids

A few days later, Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu said in the interview that the raids were "the happiest day in my life since we crushed the Binh Xuyen in 1955 ...

1963 in vietnam, history of south vietnam, ho chi minh city, buddhist crisis

McNamara Taylor mission

Forces loyal to his brother Ngo Dinh Nhu, raided pagodas across the ... The awkward silence was broken when McNamara raised the issue of Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu.

1963 in vietnam, buddhist crisis

Reaction to the 1963 South Vietnamese coup

They then discussed with a series of immediate problems including the return of the Nhu children to Madame Nhu and the disposition of the rest of ...

buddhist crisis, military coups in south vietnam, ngo dinh diem

1960 South Vietnamese coup attempt

The coup in response to Diem's autocratic rule and the negative political influence of his brother Ngo Dinh Nhu and his sister-in-law Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu.

attempted coups, conflicts in 1960, history of south vietnam, ngo dinh diem, 1960 in vietnam

1962 South Vietnamese Independence Palace bombing

With the exception of Diem's sister-in-law Madame Ngo Dinh Nhu, who escaped with minor injuries, the Ngo family were unscathed;

ngo dinh diem, attempted coups, history of south vietnam, ho chi minh city, mutinies, 1962 in vietnam, conflicts in 1962