The CIA Tibetan Program (Leo and Anna)

​The CIA Tibetan Program, otherwise known as the CIA's "secret war", was a series of CIA missions conducted between 1951-1972 to aid the Tibetan resistance against Chairman Mao and new Chinese communists. The CIA trained Tibetan operatives, operated intelligence programs, and conducted routine air drops into the Tibetan region to train Tibetan soldiers and battle China. The program gives very interesting eastern perspective on the Cold War and the ongoing conflict of America v. Communism.  

See Leo's post for the infographic.

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