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'Hanoi Hannah' Has Died

Thinh Thi Ngo, the Vietnamese radio host better known as "Hanoi Hannah," passed away on Friday at age 85, reports the New York Times. Ngo was a propaganda broadcaster for North Vietnam during the war; her English-language program was designed to convince American soldiers that their presence in Vietnam was...
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