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The US involvement in the Vietnam War ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.

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How did Nixon achieve an end to US involvement in Vietnam?

Nixon achieved an end to the US involvement in Vietnam by negotiating with North Vietnam. An agreement on a cease fire and withdrawal helped end the US involvement.


How did the US involvement in Vietnam end?

By treaty


What led to American involvement in Vietnam?

Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.


When did US involvement in the Vietnam war start?

1955.


Did England support the US' involvement of the Vietnam War?

No.


Was the involvement of the US in the Vietnam War Necessary?

It was part of the cold war.


How was the Soviet involvement in Afghanistan similar to US involvement in Vietnam?

global war on terrisom


What led to the ending of the war?

The TET offensive of 1968 is considered by many to have been the beginning of the US's end of involvement in Vietnam.


What was the outcome of the us involvement in Vietnam war?

A communist victory.


What was the US congress's involvement in the Vietnam war?

They approved the funding.


Why did Nixon introduce a policy of vietnamization?

to end us involvement in the Vietnam war, by tranferring all military responsibilities to the South Vietnamese soldiers


Where did the us involvement in the Vietnam war end?

It ended officially with the Paris Peace Accords negotiated by Henry Kissenger and ratified by the U.S. Congress.


What was the US involvement in the Vietnam War was based in part on a policy to?

Containment .


Did American people support us involvement in the Vietnam war?

no they did not support it


What was the Vietnam War like before US involvement?

US involvement began while the French were trying to recreate their colony, so it was already a war or insurgency when US troops arrived.


What happened after US involvement in the Vietnam War ended?

North Vietnam took over and united the country.


What is the reason for the US involvement in both the Korean War and the Vietnam War?

to stop a civil war from happenin


How long was the US invovled in Vietnam war?

Most historians accept the year 1961 as the beginning of US military involvement in Vietnam.


Why the Us left Vietnam?

The US/Allies could NOT stop the flow of enemy men & material from entering South Vietnam, without widening the war with other countries; which also entailed risking the involvement of the communist superpowers. So, the war had to end.


What two factors led to US involvement in the Vietnam War?

The cold war/communist aggression.


Who was responsible for the US involvement in the Vietnam War?

US Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.


What US foreign policy was used to justify US involvement in the Vietnam War?

The "Domino Theory".


What was Australia's involvement in World War 2 and Vietnam war?

Australia was an ally of the US and sent troops to fight in both WWII and Vietnam.


What was America's initial involvement in the Vietnam war?

US military advisers in '55.


When was America's involvement in the Vietnam war?

President Eisenhower sent US Military Advisers to South Vietnam in 1955.