In January 1973, representatives from the U.S., South and North Vietnam signed the Paris Peace Accords. While fighting continued until the fall of Saigon in 1975, the Accords marked the end of direct U.S. involvement in Vietnam. In the 60 days following the signing of the agreement, the U.S. withdrew its remaining combat troops. 40 years ago, on March 29th, 1973 President Nixon spoke to the nation about the end of the Vietnam War. This is a portion of that televised address from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.