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News Coverage of Cambodia, 1973

The headlines listed below were retrieved from the New York Times online archives. These headlines were returned as the results of a search for articles including "Cambodia" in the article heading, and "bombing" in the article body, for the year 1973.

The initial search returned 221 matches, several of which were duplicates. These have been deleted from the list. Letters to the editor have also been removed, along with articles which did not appear to be concerned primarily with Cambodia. The remaining items - 160 in all - present a general picture of the Times' coverage of the bombing in Cambodia during the height of the American bombing.

  1. A Truce Awaited (Henry Kamm, Jan 26, 1973)
  2. Prince Sihanouk Says That the Fighting Will Continue in Cambodia but That He Is Open to Talks With U.S. (Jan 28, 1973)
  3. Arms Aid for Cambodia and Laos Debated in Capital (John W. Finney, Feb 3, 1973)
  4. Cambodia Held Sure of U. S. Air Support (Henry Kamm, Feb 6, 1973)
  5. Secret Paris Pact on Laos And Cambodia Disclosed (R. W. Apple Jr., Feb 10, 1973)
  6. Cambodia Abandons 4 Posts In An Attack (Feb 12, 1973)
  7. Rogers Hails Laos Cease-Fire, Voices Concern on Cambodia (Bernard Gwertzman, Feb 22, 1973)
  8. U.S. and Cambodia: At a Critical Crossroad (Henry Kamm, Mar 10, 1973)
  9. Cambodia Says Her Troops Gain South of Capital (Mar 16, 1973)
  10. Cambodia Seizes Many as 'Subversives' (Henry Kamm, Mar 20, 1973)
  11. Cambodia Says Sirik Matak Is Guarded Only for His Protection (Henry Kamm, Mar 23, 1973)
  12. Heavy Bombing by U.S. Continues in Cambodia (Mar 24, 1973)
  13. The Spirit Of Doom Is Deep (Henry Kamm, Mar 25, 1973)
  14. Cambodia Spurns Offer For Talks (Mar 25, 1973)
  15. Cambodia Regime Seizes Opportunity To Tighten Its Grip and Curb Its Foes (Henry Kamm, Mar 27, 1973)
  16. U.S. Will Continue Raids In Cambodia Till A Cease-Fire (John W. Finney, Mar 28, 1973)
  17. U.S. Air Support Deemed Indispensable to Cambodia (Henry Kamm, Mar 28, 1973)
  18. Richardson Sees Clear Authority To Bomb Cambodia (John W. Finney, Mar 29, 1973)
  19. U.S. Bombing in Cambodia Shakes Phnom Penh (Mar 30, 1973)
  20. 3 G.O.P. Senators Criticize Bombing (John W. Finney, Mar 30, 1973
  21. Richardson Calls Raids On Cambodia Vital To Lon Nol (Bernard Gwertzman, Apr 2, 1973)
  22. Cambodia Is Called U.S. Ally on Basis Of 'Common Enemy' (Apr 3, 1973)
  23. U.S Aide Reports A Basis For Raids (Bernard Gwertzman, Apr 4, 1973)
  24. Presidential Powers: Cambodia Becomes a Crucial Test (John W. Finney, Apr 4, 1973)
  25. Pentagon Doubts Cambodia's Army Is Nearing Defeat (John W. Finney, Apr 5, 1973)
  26. 5 Ships Of Convoy With Fuel Reach Cambodia Capital (Joseph B. Treaster, Apr 9, 1973)
  27. 3 Vessels Reach Cambodia Capital, Oil Tanker Sunk (Apr 10, 1973)
  28. U.S. Begins Airlift To Provide Fuel For Phnom Penh (Joseph B. Treaster, Apr 11, 1973)
  29. 184-Truck Convoy, First In 3 Weeks, Gets To Phnom Penh (Apr 12, 1973)
  30. Stennis Backs War-Power Limits, But Would Exclude Cambodia (John W. Finney, Apr 13, 1973)
  31. Cambodia: Tunnel At The End Of The Light (Walter F. Mondale, Apr 13, 1973)
  32. Study For Kennedy Panel Finds Half In Cambodia Are Refugees (Bernard Gwertzman;, Apr 15, 1973)
  33. High Civilian Toll Is Seen In Bombing Of Cambodia (Joseph B. Treaster, Apr 16, 1973)
  34. U.S. Doubts Truce In Cambodia Soon (Bernard Gwertzman, Apr 17, 1973)
  35. Lon Nol Reports Cabinet Resigns (Agence France-Presse;, Apr 18, 1973)
  36. China Demands U.S. End Role In Laos And Cambodia (Apr 20, 1973)
  37. Cambodia Bombing Is Jointly Planned (Malcolm W. Browne, Apr 20, 1973)
  38. Some U.S. Officials Doubt Cambodians Face Vietnam Reds (Malcolm W. Browne, Apr 21, 1973)
  39. Shaping Up In Cambodia (Malcolm W. Browne, Apr 22, 1973)
  40. Domino (Mark Gayn, Apr 22, 1973)
  41. Tightening Censorship In Cambodia Is Slowing And Clouding Correspondents' Reports (Malcolm W. Browne, Apr 23, 1973)
  42. U.S. Bomb Tally Given For March (John W. Finney, Apr 26, 1973)
  43. Sweden Says U.S. Bombs Hit Cambodia's Civilian Population (Apr 27, 1973)
  44. U.S. Data On Cambodia Raids Show Shift To A Support Role (John W. Finney, Apr 28, 1973)
  45. Text Of Rogers Note On Authority For Bombing In Cambodia (May 1, 1973)
  46. Rogers Defends Cambodia Raids (Bernard Gwertzman, May 1, 1973)
  47. Some In B-52 Crews Deplore Raids On Cambodia (May 3, 1973)
  48. New Senate Fight Due On Cambodia (John W. Finney, May 3, 1973)
  49. Kissinger Views Cambodia Parley As Possible Soon (May 4, 1973)
  50. U.S. Ends News Briefings In Cambodia, Embassy Cites Protest By Phnom Penh (Sydney H. Schanberg, May 6, 1973)
  51. Reds Destroy Ship In Cambodia Convoy (May 7, 1973)
  52. A Convoy Reaches Cambodia Capital (May 8, 1973)
  53. House, By 219-188, Votes Down Fund To Bomb Cambodia (John W. Finney, May 11, 1973)
  54. Embassy Still Controls Cambodia Raids (Sydney H. Schanberg, May 11, 1973)
  55. White House Says Attacks Will Continue In Cambodia (Bernard Gwertzman, May 12, 1973)
  56. Poll Finds Most Oppose Bombing (May 13, 1973)
  57. Cambodia: The House Gets Tough (James M. Naughton, Robert Lindsey, John W. Finney, May 13, 1973)
  58. U.S. Aids Secrecy In Cambodia Raids (May 15, 1973)
  59. 2 Senate Units Act To Bar Funds To Bomb Cambodia (John W. Finney, May 15, 1973)
  60. Defiance On Cambodia (May 15, 1973)
  61. Kissinger, Congress And Cambodia (James Reston, May 16, 1973)
  62. 7th Fuel And Munitions Convoy Reaches Capital Of Cambodia (May 19, 1973)
  63. Group Bids Pilots Refuse To Bomb In Cambodia (May 26, 1973)
  64. A Moonscape In Cambodia (May 27, 1973)
  65. Key Senate Test Won By War Foes (Richard L. Madden, May 30, 1973)
  66. Cambodia Reports Key Road Reopened (May 30, 1973)
  67. Senate Votes Today On Barring Funds For Bombing In Cambodia (Richard L. Madden, May 31, 1973)
  68. Raids In Cambodia By B-52 Bombers Reported Cut 40% (May 31, 1973)
  69. Cambodia Gets U.S. 'Copter Gunships (Jun 2, 1973)
  70. Moving Toward A Showdown (Anthony Austin, Jun 3, 1973)
  71. New Fighting Ends A Lull In Cambodia, B-52's Are Active (Malcolm W. Browne, Jun 5, 1973)
  72. Chou Demands An End To U.S. Cambodia Role (Jun 5, 1973)
  73. Air Force Takes 3 Officers Off Cambodia Runs (Jun 6, 1973)
  74. U. S. Feels Cambodia Raids Blunt Communist Chances (Malcolm W. Browne;, Jun 10, 1973)
  75. Cambodia Asks Calm As Fighting Grows (Malcolm W. Browne, Jun 13, 1973)
  76. Bombing Cutoff Will Be Pressed (Richard L. Madden, Jun 14, 1973)
  77. Little Hope Held For A Cambodia Peace (Malcolm W. Browne, Jun 16, 1973)
  78. U.S. Sets Up A Buffer Zone For Cambodia (David K. Shipler, Jun 18, 1973)
  79. Pentagon's Statistics Underscore Intensity Of Cambodia Bombing (Jun 22, 1973)
  80. House Approves Cutoff Of Funds To Bomb Cambodia (Richard L. Madden, Jun 26, 1973)
  81. House Again Acts To Curb Bombing (Richard L. Madden, Jun 27, 1973)
  82. Text Of Nixon's Veto Message On Money Bill And 'Cambodia Rider' (Jun 28, 1973)
  83. U.S. Aide Says Compromise On Bombing In Cambodia Will Allow 'delicate' Talks To Go On (Bernard Gwertzman, Jun 30, 1973)
  84. Nixon Agrees To Stop Bombing By U.S. In Cambodia By Aug. 15, With New Raids Up To Congress (Richard L. Madden, Jun 30, 1973)
  85. Wide Effort Reported For Peace Accord In Cambodia By The End Of The Summer (Bernard Gwertzman, Jul 1, 1973)
  86. Top Peking Envoy In U.S. Will Meet President Friday (Bernard Gwertzman, Jul 3, 1973)
  87. U.S. Raids In Cambodia Biggest In Week (Jul 4, 1973)
  88. U.S. Urging Phnom Penh To Show It Can Survive (John W. Finney, Jul 7, 1973)
  89. The Bombs Are Racing The Talks (Flora Lewis, Jul 8, 1973)
  90. U.S. Planes In Cambodia Strike Communist Troops Near Capital (Jul 11, 1973)
  91. One Day On The Front Line In Cambodia: Bombs, Machine-Gun Fire And Exhaustion (Sydney H. Schanberg, Jul 12, 1973)
  92. Cambodia Weighs Troop Conscription (Sydney H. Schanberg, Jul 14, 1973)
  93. Inquiry Pressed In Secret Raids (Seymour M. Hersh, Jul 16, 1973)
  94. U.S. Confirms Pre-1970 Raids On Cambodia (Seymour M. Hersh, Jul 17, 1973)
  95. An Accused Pilot Being Sent To U.S. (Jul 17, 1973)
  96. Secret Raids On Cambodia Before '70 Totaled 3,500 (Seymour M. Hersh, Jul 18, 1973)
  97. Cambodia To Begin First Military Draft (Jul 18, 1973)
  98. U. S. In Cambodia: Still Last Hope (Sydney H. Schanberg, Jul 19, 1973)
  99. Saigon, Prodded By U.S., Lends Rice To Cambodia (David K. Shipler, Jul 19, 1973)
  100. Kissinger Denies White House Role In False Raid Data (Seymour Hersh, Jul 20, 1973)
  101. At A Glance: Dispute Over Secret Raids On Cambodia (Jul 20, 1973)
  102. U.S. Officials Said During Bombing Of Cambodia That They Opposed It (Robert D. Mcfadden, Jul 21, 1973)
  103. Cambodia Wants Bombing To Continue (Jul 22, 1973)
  104. Rogers Said 'Our Hands Are Clean' On Cambodia (Seymour M. Hersh, Jul 25, 1973)
  105. In Cambodia's Unconventional War, Rebel Pressure Is The Only Certainty (Sydney H. Schanberg, Jul 25, 1973)
  106. Judge Here Rules Raids On Cambodia Are Illegal (Morris Kaplan, Jul 26, 1973)
  107. Ex-Air Secretary Disclaims A Role In Secret Bombing (Seymour M. Hersh, Jul 26, 1973)
  108. U.S. Asks Stay Of Court Ruling That Cambodia Raids Must Halt (Arnold H. Lubasch, Jul 27, 1973)
  109. Kissinger Delays His Trip To Peking Till After Aug. 15 (Bernard Gwertzman, Jul 27, 1973)
  110. In Cambodia's Second City, Smugglers And The Peace Of Centuries (Sydney H. Schanberg, Jul 28, 1973)
  111. B-52 Flier To Cite Religion In Refusal To Bomb Cambodia (Jul 28, 1973)
  112. Appeals Court Delays Ban On Bombing In Cambodia (Arnold H. Lubasch;, Jul 28, 1973)
  113. U.S. And Cambodia Sign Aid Agreement (Jul 29, 1973)
  114. Cambodia And The Law (Aug 2, 1973)
  115. U.S. Promises Cambodia All Help Allowed By Law (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 3, 1973)
  116. Justice Douglas Agrees To Hear Plea On Cambodia Bombing Halt (Aug 3, 1973)
  117. The Future Is About To Happen (Anthony Austin, Aug 5, 1973)
  118. Cambodian Troops Plan To Abandon Exposed Positions (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 6, 1973)
  119. Cambodia Regains A Capital Suburb (Aug 6, 1973)
  120. Cambodian Troops Plan To Abandon Exposed Positions (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 6, 1973)
  121. U.S. Planes Bomb Cambodia Town In Error 100 Die (Aug 7, 1973)
  122. Court Again Asked For Action To Stop Cambodia Bombing (Aug 7, 1973)
  123. Senators Are Told U.S. Bombed Cambodia Secretly After Invasion In 1970 (Seymour M. Hersh, Aug 8, 1973)
  124. A U.S. Plane Hits Cambodia Village In 2d Bomb Error (The Associated Press, Aug 8, 1973)
  125. Pentagon Announces Step-Up In Cambodia Bombing Attacks (Aug 9, 1973)
  126. Laird Approved False Reporting Of Secret Raids (Seymour M. Hersh, Aug 10, 1973)
  127. Laird Denies Authorizing Falsified Reports On Raids (William E. Farrell, Aug 11, 1973)
  128. Warfare Heightens Tensions At Mental Hospital In Cambodia (Sydney H. Schanberg, Aug 12, 1973)
  129. Sihanouk (Aug 12, 1973)
  130. A Besieged Capital Waits For The Unknown (Sydney H. Schanberg, Aug 12, 1973)
  131. Saigon Views Cambodia Coolly, Is Held Unlikely To Intervene (Fox Butterfield, Aug 13, 1973)
  132. 100 Cambodia Propeller-Driven Planes Replace U.S. Jet Armada This Week (Sydney H. Schanberg, Aug 13, 1973)
  133. Warning To Hanoi Given By Saigon (Aug 14, 1973)
  134. Cambodia Loses Town At Junction Above Its Capital (Malcolm W. Browne, Aug 14, 1973)
  135. Support Pledged (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 15, 1973)
  136. Confusion In Cambodia (Henry Kamm;, Aug 15, 1973)
  137. The Bombing Ended, Cambodia Looks For A Lull In The Fighting (Malcolm W. Browne, Aug 16, 1973)
  138. No Champagne Or Cheers As Last Plane Comes In From Cambodia (Joseph B. Treaster, Aug 16, 1973)
  139. Nixon Sees Peril To Peace In Halt In Cambodia Raids (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 16, 1973)
  140. U.S. Says Saigon Could Use Arms Inside Cambodia (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 17, 1973)
  141. Silent Enough For A Nap While The Storm Gathers (Sydney H. Schanberg, Aug 19, 1973)
  142. Cambodia Troops' Said To Adyance (Aug 19, 1973)
  143. Reds In Cambodia Attempt To Close Route To Seaport (Malcolm W. Browne, Aug 21, 1973)
  144. Nixon Says Raids On Cambodia In '69 Were 'Necessary' (John Herbers, Aug 21, 1973)
  145. Cambodia Bids U.S. Abide By A 'Moral' Duty To Help (Bernard Gwertzman, Aug 22, 1973)
  146. Transcript Of President's News Conference On Foreign And Domestic Matters (Aug 23, 1973)
  147. Cambodia May Ask Neighbors For Aid (Aug 23, 1973)
  148. The Shape Of 'Peace': Very Much Like A Rifle (Malcolm W. Browne, Joseph B. Treaster, Aug 26, 1973)
  149. U.S. Knew Of Feud Of Cambodia Reds (Aug 27, 1973)
  150. 2 High Cambodia Leaders Strongly Attack Sihanouk (Malcolm W. Browne, Aug 28, 1973)
  151. 70 U.S. Raids Hit Deep In Cambodia (Sep 6, 1973)
  152. More Secret Air Attacks In Cambodia Disclosed (John W. Finney, Sep 11, 1973)
  153. Both Sides In Cambodia Seem Exhausted By Fierce Combat, But No End Is In Sight (Malcolm W. Browne, Sep 24, 1973)
  154. Cambodia Asks Million A Day More Aid (Sydney H. Schanberg, Sep 25, 1973)
  155. Aid To Cambodia Held Inadequate (Sydney H. Schanberg, Sep 26, 1973)
  156. Cambodia Casual In Defense Moves (Sydney H. Schanberg, Oct 4, 1973)
  157. Most Of Truce Terms Still To Be Carried Out (Flora Lewis, Oct 17, 1973)
  158. For Cambodia, Rehabilitation Is Painful, Lonely Effort (David K. Shipler, Oct 21, 1973)
  159. Steps By Rebels Cloud Sihanouk's Role U.S. Uncertain Whether (Bernard Gwertzman, Nov 29, 1973)
  160. Some Cambodia Refugees Drift Back To Rebel Areas (David K. Shipler, Dec 8, 1973)

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