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2010-02-10 04:22:07
2010-02-10 04:22:07

The North won. The South surrendered in April 1975.


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Wearing down the enemy, until he either surrendered, gave up, or was killed off (dead).

Yes; the South surrendered to the North in '75.

The Democratic Repulic of Vietnam and the US-supported Repulic of Vietnam.

It was the first war fought by the US in which the US departed the field; and the nation that it was fighting (North Vietnam) won the war. Previous to Vietnam, ALL NATIONS engaged in hostilities against the US either surrendered or negotiated a truce (Armistice-WWI and Korean War). Other than war equipment differences (jets, planes, helicopters, tanks, etc.) that's what made the Vietnam War different.

Suggest: Statistics About The Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.

The South surrendered to the North unconditionally on 30 April 1975.

The total number of military casualties from both sides in the Vietnam War was 1.475 million.

The North Vietnam Army (NVA) and the United States.(with help from Australia and minimal help from South Vietnam)

They intervened in the war. They did not lose, instead, the public was against the conflict so they pulled out. They never surrendered, so they did not lose.

Able bodied males (from both sides).

That's how men were acquired to fight the war from both sides.

Once Germany surrendered, it was the US against Japan.

Believe it or not, no other question about the Vietnam War can be answered so simply. The Viet War ended when NVA tanks crashed thru the South's Presidential Palace Gates on 30 April 1975; the South surrendered at time. This is the only question about the Vietnam War that can be easily answered.

The same as the American Civil War; that wasn't a declared war either.

Counting all sides: millions.

The ground war, in the Vietnam War, WAS FOUGHT in SOUTH VIETNAM. Therefore, South Vietnam entered the war from the very beginning...which is when it started in either the late 1950's or 1961, depending on what historical reference you are using.

Yes on both sides. Ps Vietnam was not a war it was a police action where any thing and any one was fair game.

The Vietnam War was fought in North and South Vietnam. The main belligerents were the South Vietnamese and the United States against the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong.

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.

The US didn't win it. Or...North Vietnam won the war. Either way is preferable to "losing the war" according to the many hard core historians.

The allies during the Vietnam War were the US, South Viets, South Koreans, Thai's, Philippines, Australia and New Zealanders.

During the Vietnam War, WWII, etc. all US military women were either WACs, WAVES, or WAFs.

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