by Lindsay Whitacre
Considered by some to be the first lady of South Vietnam in the late 1950s Madame Nhu was a polarizing figure.
In this 1982 interview, Madame Nhu states that the Diem government was the only legitimate government in South Vietnam and they were undermined by the United States. She also discusses the Buddhist Crisis of 1963 and her reputation as the “Dragon Lady” of Vietnam.
More Madame Nhu Links:
Madame Nhu Bonze, Fordham/Students Comments re: Madame Nhu
Madame Nhu: Catholicism, Family, Fordham