Life is returning to normal in South Vietnam's second largest city, Da Nang, after its fall to the Communists over two weeks ago, according to an East German newsman.
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Background: Life is returning to normal in South Vietnam's second largest city, Da Nang, after its fall to the Communists over two weeks ago, according to an East German newsman.
He said the "liberating" soldiers have been welcomed by the people and "democracy" is being established.
Factories have reopened so have schools where the "revolutionary philosophy" is being taught Commerce is also functioning normally.
A news agency basing its report on an interview with a South Vietnamese businessman, who spent nine days in the city under Communist control, said there was no massacre of soldiers, civil servants or refugees.
It was also reported that a nine-member committee had been appointed to run the city. It was headed by Ho Nghin who was identified as a member of the Central Committee of the National Liberation Front.