it divided Vietnam 2 parts
Divided Vietnam at the Seventeenth parallel.
Divided vietnam at the 17th parallel
the division of Vietnam into two countries
To end the war.
vietnam was united into one country.
In 1954, the Geneva Accords on Indochina stipulated the division of Vietnam.
It prevented elections in South Vietnam
Vietnam was divided into two separate nations
The Geneva Accords (signed at the two-week-long Geneva Conference in Geneva, Switzerland).
A free democratic Republic of South Vietnam; pending elections.
It forced French troops to leave Vietnam and divided Vietnam into two countries. (A)
Vietnam was divided into north and south at the 17th parallel by the Geneva Accords of 1954.
The Geneva Accords divided Korea in 1954
Ho Chi Minh
it didnt cause it. it actually ended the war
In May 1954, france met with the viet minh for peace talks in Geneva,Switzerland.
The Geneva Accords were negotiated following WW I, not the Korean War.
In 1954, a set of documents called the Geneva Accords was signed, splitting the Vietnamese region of French Indochina into two separate countries called North Vietnam and South Vietnam. However, the Geneva Accords also included a provision that called for elections in the future to join the two into one unified country.
The Gulf of Tonkin The Geneva Accords The Tet Offensive
It is the military demarcation between North and South Vietnam. Established by the Geneva accords in 1954
It prevented elections in South Vietnam.