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1. Cause-Communist aggression

2. Effect-Free world victory for Korea/Communist victory for Communists in Vietnam

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Cause=Communist aggression in both wars effect= War result=Korean War/allied victory; Vietnam War/Communist victory

1. Cause-Communist aggression 2. Effect-War War=Self explanatory

Korean War, Vietnam War,

The most direct effect was North Vietnam was NOT invaded as was North Korea in that war. North Korea's invasion brought Red China into the war; that strategy was not to be repeated.

The Korean War was followed by the Vietnam War.

The Korean War came after the Vietnam War.

The Korean War. The Korean War started in 1950 and ended in 1953. And the Vietnam War started in 1955 and ended in 1975.

Answer this question… The Vietnam War resulted in an increase in territory for communist forces, but the Korean War did not.

The Vietnam War was caused by the rise of a Communist government in south Asia. The effect was millions of American soldier deaths.

The Vietnam War ended in a close decisive communist victory while the Korean war did not

The main after-effects were: The Korean War (1950-1953) & the Vietnam War (1961-1975).

The next big war after the Korean War was the Vietnam War.

The Korean War (1950-1953) directly influenced US Presidents from (not) invading North Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The invasion of NORTH Korea during the Korean War, led directly to Red China's entrance into the Korean War.

The Vietnam War was much more signifcant for the U.S than the Korean War becuase History made an informative series for Vietnam, "Vietnam in HD". The Korean War didn't have as much gore or communist involvment to really make T.V material.

The Korean War directly resulted in the US NOT INVADING North Vietnam.

The Vietnam War, as the Korean War before it, demonstrated that the US would use FORCE to contain communism. The result of Vietnam also showed, that sometimes the US might fail in that policy.

the Korean war was before the Vietnam war because it was right after ww2 the Korean war started in 1950

How did the Vietnam war effect the Vietnamese

the forgotten war was the Korean War. The Korean War is called that because it was overshadowed by WWII and the Vietnam War.

The UN supported the Korean War, but did NOT support the Vietnam War.

Nothing at all. The cold war was with the Russians. Korean war was with Koreans andVietnam war with the Vietnamese.The Correct AnswerEverything. The Korean and Vietnam Wars never could have happened if not for the Cold War. They were clashes between Communism and Democracy in these Asian countries because the US and USSR could not fight without the danger of using nuclear weapons. North Vietnam and North Korea were both backed by the USSR and the People's Republic of China. South Korea and South Vietnam was backed by the US and other Free World countries. If the Cold War did not cause the Korean and Vietnam Wars.....what else did?

The Korean War was a United Nations force supporting South Korea against a North Korean-Chinese invasion. The Vietnam War was a US-led coalition supporting South Vietnam against a North Vietnam invasion supported by China and Russia.

No. The Korean War was a draw, but Vietnam was won by the communists.