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In 1974 the north Vietnamese broke the treaty,and in 1975 they completely took over south Vietnam.


The U.S. military were pulled out of Vietnam in 1973 after the signing of the Paris Peace Accords. South Vietnam was left to defend itself with supplies and training supplied by the U.S. North Vietnamese forces moved slowly until late 1974, when they began a major push into the northern provinces of South Vietnam. They completed the sweep south by April, 1975 when North Vietnamese forces took over the Presidential Palace compound in Saigon, and declared the two Vietnams unified.


Pro-US / South Vietnam Forces ≈1,830,000 (1968) South Vietnam: 850,000 (1968) 1,500,000 (1974-75) United States: 536,100 (1968) South Korea: 50,000 Australia: 7,672 New Zealand: 552 Thailand: 11,570 Philippines: 2,020 Pro-North Vietnam Forces ≈461,000 North Vietnam: 287,465 (January 1968) China: 170,000 (in 1965-69) Soviet Union: 3,000 North Korea: 300-600


it is true that both President Johnson and President Nixon wanted to get America out of Vietnam. It did not happen until 1974 when the North Vietnamese took control of Hanoi. This was the end to the war and American troops were ordered home.


Vietnam - Kanso - was created in 1974.


A+students 1974 The US got out of the Vietnam war in 1973, but forces were present until 1975 when Saigon fell and North Vietnam completed its takeover of the South. US combat operations ceased in 1973 after relentless US bombing of Hanoi forced North Vietnam to sign the Paris Peace Accords. Nearly all American troops were withdrawn that year. Some advisors and logistical personnel remained to support our allies, the South Vietnamese. Congress eventually cut off aid to South Vietnam in 1975 just as Hanoi launched its "Easter Offensive" against South Vietnamese forces. North Vietnamese troops soon captured Saigon and gained control of the entire country, ending the war. Token US military personnel evacuated our allies in the closing days, but American combat involvement ended two years earlier. The cutoff date for issuing the Vietnam Service Medal was March 28, 1973. Officially the last combat troops left Vietnam on March 29, 1973.


The Vietnam war ended in 1975, a sustained North Vietnamese offensive forced South Vietnamese troops to begin withdrawing from northern provinces; the withdrawal quickly became a disorganized retreat. When communists began moving on Saigon, President Gerald Ford, who succeeded to the presidency in August 1974 after the resignation of Richard Nixon, announced that the Vietnam War was "finished." As Saigon fell, Ford ordered an evacuation of American citizens and Vietnamese sympathizers. More than one hundred thousand Vietnamese refugees entered the United States.The Vietnam War ended with the fall of the South Vietnam Capital of Saigon to the North Vietnamese army April 30, 1975 .


The U.S. military were pulled out of Vietnam in 1973 after the signing of the Paris Peace Accords. South Vietnam was left to defend itself with supplies and training supplied by the U.S. North Vietnamese forces moved slowly until late 1974, when they began a major push into the northern provinces of South Vietnam. They completed the sweep south by April, 1975 when North Vietnamese forces took over the Presidential Palace compound in Saigon, and declared the two Vietnams unified. As far as the Cold War is concerned, the fall of the Berlin Wall dividing democratic and communist sides of the city in November of 1989 was the iconic 'beginning of the end' for the cold war and the unraveling of the Union of Socialist Republics.


Sweet Surrender - John Denver song - was created in 1974-12.


The war lasted from 1945 until 1975. Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy (first to send military advisors) 1961-1963, Johnson (first to send 100,000s of soldiers) 1963-1968, Nixon 1968-1974 (started withdrawal), Ford (1974-1976) president when Saigon and SOuth Vietnam fell. When did Johnson escalate the Vietnam war?


The last year of the Vietnam War was taking place


When the North Wind Blows - 1974 was released on: USA: 1974 Sweden: 25 November 1978


Several: Dwight D Eisenhower (1952-60) was President when the US first sent military advisors to Vietnam, followed by John F Kennedy (1961-63); Lyndon B Johnson (1963-68), who first sent combat troops; Richard M Nixon (1969-74), who withdrew all combat troops under intense pressure from Congress and the public; and Gerald R Ford (1974-76), who was President when North Vietnam defeated South Vietnam.


it started in1959 and i think 1974



He passed for almost 3000 yards despite injuries from 1974 to 1977. He rushed for 211 yards in the Gamecocks 31-23 victory over North Carolina in 1974.


With diplomatic agreements in place (referred to publicly as "peace with honor"), the US summarily abandoned South Vietnam and the country was taken over by the communist government of North Vietnam.AnswerPresident Richard Nixon ended the war with dialogue first with the Chinese, who probably put strong pressure on the leaders of North Vietnam. Then the US and the North held talks in Paris, culminating with the Paris Peace Accords of 1973. Two years later, all American troops had been withdrawn and the South was overrun. On April 29, 1975, the last Americans flew out of Saigon and the city was captured the following day. Nixon had resigned from office in 1974, and Congress would not approve funds for any continued military activities. As many as 2 million Vietnamese fled the country, and by 1979 more than 500,000 were admitted to the United States as political refugees.


There were several dating from 1952 to 1974.


Daisy Previn was born on October 6, 1974, in Vietnam.


Lou North died on 1974-05-15.


North Atlantic Books was created in 1974.


North Arkansas College was created in 1974.


When the North Wind Blows - 1974 is rated/received certificates of: Sweden:11 USA:G


1974 he ended the Vietnam war. Opened China to trade.


Michelle Mendenhall was born on May 1, 1974, in Saigon, Vietnam.



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