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No. North and South Vietnam were unified after the fall of the South Vietnamese government in 1976. Vietnams capital is Hanoi, population is 84,238,000, land area is 329,565 sq km.

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The Americans did not make war with Vietnam. There was no Vietnam. There were two countries: NORTH Vietnam and SOUTH Vietnam. NORTH Vietnam attacked SOUTH Vietnam. The US (Americans) defended SOUTH Vietnam. The US never invaded NORTH Vietnam (the US bombed it though). NORTH Vietnam invaded SOUTH Vietnam. NORTH Vietnam was (and still is) a communist nation. The US was against communism.


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The north Vietnamese wanted south Vietnam reunited with north Vietnam


There is no North and South in Vietnam. Just Vietnam.


North Vietnam moved to South Vietnam by rice rich right ?


north vietnam won and south vietnam lost now south vietnam has toxic wate down there but north vietnam has clean water


the north won and the south loss


There IS no North and South Vietnam, only Vietnam. After the US withdrew combat forces from South Vietnam, North Vietnam violated the peace agreement, invaded and conquered South Vietnam. Game over.


North Vietnam WAS located north of the 17th parallel. South VN was south of it.


The North were the communists. The South was the free republic (of South Vietnam).


There no longer is a North Vietnam, North Vietnam and South Vietnam were joined together after the Vietnam War.


Vietnam reunited in 1976 after the end of the Vietnam war, South Vietnam (democratic side) losing to North Vietnam (communist side).


Communist North Vietnam wanted to unite with NON-Communist South Vietnam.


The capitol for South Vietnam was Saigon, and the capital of North Vietnam was Hanoi.


North Vietnam defeated the South (or the North conquered the South).


North Vietnam was a communist country. The Republic of South Vietnam was a free country.


The DMZ that seperated North and South Vietnam happened a number of years ago, sometime after the second world war, and it is still in effect today, as the countires are still split.


North Vietnam and South Vietnam. South Vietnam was a democratic republic and North Vietnam had a socialist government headed by a communist regime. North Vietnam was trying to defeat the democracy of South Vietnam and unify the country.


There is NO North Vietnam & South Vietnam today (and there hasn't been a north & south for over 30 years; when the north conquered the south, ending the war in 1975). Today's Communist Vietnam is President Triet.


Well North Vietnam was at war against South Vietnam so I don't know what you are getting at...



North Vietnam north of the Z, and South Vietnam south of the Z.


The North invaded the South and defeated them (conquered them).


North and South Vietnam are now united under a central government, with its capital in Hanoi. There is no longer any dispute between the former nations.


Look under the question "Is there still a North and South Vietnam?" or something like that. It's similar.



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