But from ten thousand to fifteen thousand immigrants were still leaving Vietnam each month.United Nations secretary general Kurt Waldheim called a conference in response to the impending catastrophe.
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The first wave in 1975 included 140,000 South Vietnamese, mostly political leaders, army officers, and skilled professionals escaping the communist takeover.
Fewer than a thousand Vietnamese successfully fled the nation.
Local officials often targeted Amerasian families for forced migration to New Economic Zones, where the surplus urban population resettled.
Some Amerasian children suffered abandonment by families that did not want them for the shame and fear it brought upon their families.
Until 1990 many Hmong funded attempts to retake Laos from communist control.
Many Montagnards, who inhabited the Central Highlands of Vietnam, continued resisting the Vietnamese until the close of the Cold War in the early 1990s.
Many ethnic Chinese business owners who had lived in southern Vietnam for generations came under attack.
The Chinese, or Hoa as the Vietnamese called them, were suspected of sympathizing with China, profiting from the poverty of the Vietnamese people, and betraying Vietnam during the conflict with the United States.
The offspring of American men and Vietnamese women, Amerasian children could not immigrate to the United States until the late 1980s.