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How did he Vietnam win the war?


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Answered 2011-09-13 05:58:25

There was no Vietnam during the Viet War. That's what 50% of the war was about (the other 50% was communism). There were TWO countries, a North Vietnam and a South Vietnam.

The North conquered the South in 1975. The North was persistent.

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