Boeing B-52 Bomber
From 1965 until the end of 1972, American B-52s flew regular bombing raids over North Vietnam in an effort to stop Communist aggression in South Vietnam. Periodic halts to the bombing were called in attempts to bring North Vietnamese officials into peace negotiations. But until 1968, those efforts were in vain. Even when talks began in Paris in 1968, little or no progress was made, and bombing raids resumed intermittently.
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