Great Britain did not send troops to Vietnam during the war.
Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US
See: Statistics about the Vietnam War.
U.S. president Kennedy said many troops to Vietnam to fight the Vietnam War.
The United Kingdom (including England) was not at all involved in the Vietnam war
The Philippines sent support troops to Vietnam.
The US asked them to.
The Philippines sent a detachment of Troops to Vietnam.
Vietnam and Cambodia
They were US troops, not hispanic troops. Approximately 170,000 American males of Hispanic descent served in the Vietnam War.
He brought in more troops in Vietnam and many people knew that was no use
See Vietnam War time-line
About 520 were killed in Vietnam.
Thailand sent troops to South Vietnam.
President Nixon was the President who promised to withdraw troops from Vietnam. The term Vietnamization was the plan that encouraged South Vietnam to take more responsibility for the war. Nixon hoped to gradually withdraw troops in this manner, and he succeeded and is credited with ending the Vietnam War.
It was president Richard Nixon who finally pulled all U.S troops from Vietnam.
He was only in the Korean War. He did entertain the troops in the Vietnam War.
As John Kennedy had sent troops to Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson sent more troops and planes and it became full scale war.
It is estimated that a total 1.475 million military troops were killed were killed during the Vietnam War. This accounts for about half of the total casualties known during the war.
There were over 1.3 million military deaths in the Vietnam War.
America pulled out of Vietnam because of mounting casualties and public disaproval of the war.
The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.