How did we get into Vietnam?

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If you are talking about USA interferring, they joined because they did not want Vietnam to become a Communist unlike russia who was against the USA in the war
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How did the Vietnam War affect Vietnam?

many "agents" were released from planes by the truck load these affected the crops and makes people weird looking these "agents" were mainly supposed to be used for crops to depleat but people ate it and it screwed people up it is verry sad that America had to expose it to inocent people

What was Vietnam like after the Vietnam War?

they were very bad and there was so many desperate people. The government embarked on a mass campaign of collectivization of farms and factories. This caused an economic collapse and resulted in triple-digit inflation. Reconstruction of the war-ravaged country was slow, and serious humanitarian a (MORE)

What were the effects of the Vietnam War on Vietnam?

The Vietnam War caused the breakdown of many families and also a breakdown of the Vietnamese culture. Thousands upon thousands of children were orphaned during the war and ended up either in orphanages or on the streets without a home.

Where is Vietnam?

Located in the continent of Asia, Vietnam covers310,070 square kilometers of land and 21,140 square kilometers ofwater, making it the 66th largest nation in the world with a totalarea of 331,210 square kilometers. If you wish to visit Vietnam, it's must to apply Vietnam Visa,visa-vietnam.org

What was Vietnam?

No one used to say, "Republic of South Vietnam", or "I'm going to South Vietnam", it was usually said as, "I'm going to Vietnam", hence the word Vietnam...when in reality we were headed for SOUTH Vietnam, Vietnam was two separate countries. North and South Vietnam were simply countries in the south (MORE)

What was Vietnamization?

Proposed by President Nixon, Vietnamization was a plan designed to reduce American Presence in Vietnam by encouraging Southern Vietnamese to take on the responsibility of fighting the war.

What is vietnamization?

Vietnamization, an American term first used in the spring of 1969 by Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird to describe the policy, strategy, and programs adopted by the administration of Richard M. Nixon for the Vietnam War. Vietnamization entailed the progressive withdrawal of U.S. forces from South V (MORE)

What Happened to Vietnam after the Vietnam war?

Even after Vietnam war, the country is well developed and it's nowone among the well developed country in the world. There are toomany historical places and attractions to visit. Last year, I havevisited Vietnam and stunned by its natural beauty. And also,Vietnam is named for its Hospitality and fri (MORE)

What impacts did the Vietnam war have on Vietnam?

The Vietnam War had allowed US personnel to live in the country of South Vietnam for will over a decade. During those ten years, the people of Vietnam were able to see how other people live outside of their country. Both good and bad life styles.. PHYSICALLY, the terrain of both N. & S. Vietnam, La (MORE)

Why was south Vietnam in the Vietnam war?

Somewhat democratic South Vietnam was a member of the South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), so by treaty, we were obligated to help defend South Vietnam. We entered the Vietnam War to help South Vietnam stop Communist North Vietnam from their attempts to unify the whole country.

How was Vietnam affected by the Vietnam war?

Exposure to advanced technology; jets, helicopters, bull-dozers, medical facilities, engineering equipment, transport planes like the C121 Starlifter, C-5 Galaxy, C123 and C130, etc.

Colonizer of Vietnam?

France - then the Vietnamese fought for and got their freedom from France, the US invaded but they got kicked out as well.. France

Why did Vietnam fall?

There was ONLY ONE weapon the communist's feared. The B-52 Stratofortress Bomber. When the US departed the Republic of South Vietnam in March of 1973, we took those bombers with us when we left.. Knowing the B-52's where now gone. The North sent a CONVENTIONAL army south, and conquered the Republic (MORE)

Why was the Vietnam War in Vietnam?

It was the easiest place to have a war: it was close to Communist China, which was good for re-supply. It was a north & south country, which gave it a good excuse for fighting a war, and it was bordered by other countries, which the communists knew the US would either have to involve them in the war (MORE)

What can you do in Vietnam?

There are many sights and places you can go, maybe the zoo. But one thing you should be warned about is the heat and the places aren't very clean. It is extremely unsanitary. Well, look it up on the internet, look on some tourist website.

How did the Vietnam war end in Vietnam?

The Vietnam War officially ended in April 1975 during the Fall of Saigon. The United States withdrew in 1973, therefore leaving the South Vietnamese Army to defend the country by themselves. North Vietnam had agreed to a cease fire in 1973, and the US had to withdraw under the agreement. By late 197 (MORE)

What are the effects of Vietnam war on Vietnam?

Many of the troops of many nations were wounded or died; north and south Vietnam reunited under communism. The reason that the US entered the war was to prevent that very thing. As the war went on, many Americans became hostile about the waste of lives and money for this war. Because there was such (MORE)

What was the Vietnam request in the Vietnam war?

The most common request made by US commanders during the Vietnam War, was a constant request to the President for: More men. (40,000 men a month were being drafted by 1968). . This was called the "escalation of the war."

What is in Vietnam?

Lots of food, city life, cars, bikes, buildings and motor scooters in the city life. Farms, livestock and old buildings.

What was the Vietnam?

A war against communist aggression. . True, but what do you mean by "What was the Vietnam?" Do you mean the war? or something else? Plus south vietnam was fighting the north so they would not become communist not because of aggresion

How did Vietnam get involved in the Vietnam war?

This is a bit of a complex issue, and requires a bit of history. Prior to the Second World War, the current-day country of Vietnam was part of the French Empire, being called French Indochina (which encompassed Vietnam and parts of Laos and Cambodia). French Indochina was occupied by the Japanese (MORE)

Vietnam and the Vietnam war?

Vietnam is a communist country since 1975. Prior to 1975 there were two Vietnams; a NORTH and a SOUTH Vietnam. Those two nations fought from about 1955 until 1975, with the US supporting South Vietnam; which was defeated by force of arms on 30 April 1975.

Who was photagrapher in Vietnam?

Tim Page was one; he took many photos of the 1st Australian Task Force (Centurion tanks and 105mm field artillery) in action during the Tet offensive in 1968.

Is Vietnam developed?

Vietnam, a one-party Communist state, has one of south-east Asia'sfastest-growing economies and has set its sights on becoming adeveloped nation by 2020. IF you are willing to visit vietnam, thenget your visa from visa-vietnam.org

Why is Vietnam not split?

North Vietnam persevered over it's Southern counterpart in 1975 with the 'Fall of Saigon' thus unifying the the two countries .

How does vietnamization work?

Some main points included: We have offered the complete withdrawal of all outside forces within 1 year. . -We have proposed a cease-fire under international supervision. -We have offered free elections under international supervision with the Communists participating in the organization and cond (MORE)

How did Vietnam get divided?

After France's defeat, Vietnam was divided at 17 degrees north latitude. It was created at an international peace conference in Geneva.

How did the Vietnam warend?

The official end to the Vietnam War is marked with the Fall of Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam, on April 30, 1975.

Does Vietnam have electricity?

Today Vietnam has electricity. In cities and even villages the Vietnamese population has access to electricity to run their fridges, televisions, air conditioners and computers. If you travel to Vietnam, look up. The electrical wires that are strung from pole to pole are a mass of black cobwebs, tan (MORE)

Who owned Vietnam in the Vietnam War?

France owned Vietnam until they pulled out in the 1950's, and the US stepped in. After that, Vietnam was divided like Korea into Communist North and non-Communist South, but North Vietnam never accepted the division and always considered South Vietnam as the part of Vietnam occupied by the enemy.

Was it the Vietnam War or was it the Vietnam Conflict?

People interchange the word "conflict' with WWII or WWI or other wars these days; so it's acceptable to call it either. The last declared US war was WWII so any war or conflict occurring after WWII wasn't declared...if that happens to be the issue here. And besides, the American Civil War was not (MORE)

How many Vietnams died in Vietnam?

this question makes no sence at all. why don't you try to look up how many soldiers died in Vietnam that will answer your question maybe. It makes perfect SENSE to me! The North lost about 1,000,000 Vietnamese soldiers, when you include the Viet Cong casualties. The South lost about 266,000 (MORE)

How did Vietnam benefit from the Vietnam war?

They got the chance to fly the latest in modern jets; MiG17s, 19s, 21s for the Northerners, and A1 Skyraiders & T28 Trojans (propeller driven), plus F5 Freedom Fighter jets for the Southerners. Although probably a joke the answer above contains some truth. During the war the North was only suppo (MORE)

Where in Vietnam was the Vietnam war fought?

The NVAF MiGs battled the USAF & USN air units over North Vietnam (Air War). The NVA battled the USA, USMC, and USN riverine units in South Vietnam (Ground and Riverine War).

Which is the correct spelling Vietnam or Vietnam?

The two word form is used in the Vietnamese language, where the combined republic established in 1976 is "Cong hòa xã hoi chu nghĩa Viet Nam". In current English usage, the single word form "Vietnam" is more common. During the Vietnam War, the terms were used interchangeably, e.g. South Vi (MORE)

Why is there a South Vietnam and a North Vietnam?

The Republic of Vietnam (Vietnamese : Việt Nam Cộng Hòa , French : République du Viêt Nam ), commonly referred to as South Vietnam , was a state which governed southern Vietnam until 1975. It received international recognition, primarily from democratic and anti-communist na (MORE)

Why is Vietnam called Vietnam?

Việt Nam is a variation of NamViệt (Southern Việt ), a name that can be traced back tothe Triệu dynasty (NanyueKingdom of Chinese in 2nd century BC). [1] The word "Việt" originated as ashortened form of Bách Việt , a wordused to refer to a people wh (MORE)