Ho Chi Minh and Vietcong
- The National Liberation front (NLF) was supported by the North
- Sent supplies on a route from the North through Cambodia, Laos, and behind lines into South Vietnam
- US refused to fight on Cambodian and Laotian territory so supplies remained secure
In Ho Chi Minh the NLF (National Liberation Front) was supported by the North. They sent supplies on a route starting in the North through Cambodia, Laos and behind into enemy territory in South Vietnam. These goods remained safe because the United States refused to fight on Cambodian or Laotian soil.