Paris Peace Accords signed January 27, 1973

The Paris Peace Accords were signed this day in 1973, ending the Vietnam War. Remember all who served in Vietnam, and the 1,678 who are still unaccounted for.

It was only after Secretary of State William P. Rogers signed his name 62 times to the Peace Accords did the United States find out the shocking number of POWs North Vietnam would return.

The total number of Americans to be returned at Operation Homecoming was 577! What happened to the other 1,000 plus men? Read An Enormous Crime, The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia and find out.

Time is running short for those who may still be alive, yes, still alive. Never forget our left behind warriors.

Thank you Vietnam Veterans for your service and sacrifices then and through the years upon your return home. God Bless you all.

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