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Answered 2008-05-09 15:39:28

The US (not called the US back then, but the 13 colonies) separated from Great Britain during the Revoluntionary War of 1776. Vietnam separated from France during the French Indo-China War 1946-1954.

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How did Vietnam separate into north and south?

The Geneva accord which ended the French War in 1954.

When did Vietnam separate into two parts north south?

At the end of the French war in 1954.

What was the reason why they started fighting in Vietnam?

Our advisors were helping the French and we got sucked into it

Why is the Vietnam war often called the 'American war'?

One of the main reasons was to separate the Vietnam War from the French War or French Vietnam War (which is often referred to as the French Indochina War; and lately, the 1st Indochina War). To makes things simple: The French Indochina War and the US (American) Vietnam War, might be the easiest way to remember it.

Were the French still fighting Vietnam when the United States got involved?

Not in Vietnam they weren't. Maybe in some other parts of the world.

How did the French get influence daily life in Vietnam?

Cause they did now what you got to say about that world

Vietnam war before US got involved?

The French fought there for ten years.

What countries started the Vietnam war?

Vietnam started as a civil war with French interference, and fairly soon the US and CCCP got involved.

Why was french spoken in Vietnam?

Vietnam was formerly French Indochina, a French colony.

Why does Vietnam speak french?

Because the French conquered Vietnam.

When did Vietnam started?

You mean "When did the Vietnam War start?" or "when did Vietnam the country begin" The Vietnam War officially started in the early 1950s, when France refused to give independence to French Indochina (Vietnam, Laos,Cambodia). The French surrendered in 1954, and Vietnam gained independence as two separate countries in 1955. The US involvement lasted from 1957 until 1975. Modern day Vietnam was founded in 1976.

Why is French spoken in Vietnam?

because vietnam used to be in the french colony

What is the position of the french language in Vietnam?

What is the position of the french language in vietnam?

Is Vietnam in thialand?

Thailand is a separate nation west of Vietnam.

Why did the french join the Vietnam war?

The originally owned Vietnam. (French Indochina)

When did the French leave north Vietnam?

The French left north Vietnam in 1954

How did the French influence Vietnam?

French was a second language in Vietnam during the war.

How did the french gain access to Vietnam?

When the French colonized Vietnam, they arrived by ship.

What was the Vietnam war called before the US got involved?

The First Indochina War or the French-Indocina War.

Is Vietnam a part of Indonesia?

No. Vietnam is not a part of Indonesia because they are separate countries.

What french colony that included Vietnam?

Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam together were called French Indochina.

Why do they speak French in Vietnam?

Vietnam used to be Indochina during colonial times and was a French colony.

Was Vietnam a French colony?

Vietnam was part of a French colony. Laos, North and South Vietnam, and Cambodia were all grouped together into this colony called French Indochina. French rule lasted there over 6 decades.

Who lost the Vietnam War?

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