After the diseaster at Dien Bien Phu, the French felt that they can no longer hold Vietnam and that French lives are not worth an unprofitable colony. A treaty was signed at the Geneva conference, where free elections was set for a certain date. At that point French didn't really care what happened, they didn't buy American cracked-pot Domino theory. So a few years after, when Diem "president" of the South Vietnam reneged on the unifying election of north and south knowing he would lose a popular election, and the US had to increasing prop up his weak regime, the French couldn't have cared one way or another. They were essentially done with the region.
Which Vietnam? North or South?
The doves felt like the Vietnam War was not America's concern and that we should have stayed out of it. The were upset as well that they were loosing millions of friends and family.
Many Americans didn't support the Vietnam War because they didn't feel that America should have gotten involved. They did not believe that it was America's place to involve themselves in another countries issues.
they thought they were attacking/invading them. '-'
that's a tricky subject when you say 'weaker', i mean, compared to America's level- isn't every country they invade weaker?
The Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) has a motto: They'll never turn their back upon a veteran (as the VFW/American Legion/and the rest of the country did to them).
If you're talking about the song written by an American soldier who died in Vietnam (America, America, how can I tell you how I feel? You have given me so many treasures, I love you so), it is a slow, somber tune in common time.
how does douglass feel about america
to feel happy is 'se sentir heureux' in French.
Kept a low profile, tried not to tell anyone about it. Couldn't get a job (right away anyway) if they began talking.
As in 'i feel happy' not 'i can feel the table'.
The Vietnam war was a war fought to help unify Vietnam and stop communism. Americans had differing views on the war. Some opposed and some were for it. In the beginning there were few protests. As time went on and more US soldiers were sent home in body bags more Americans began protesting.
They feel good to america because they had freedom
Many Vietnam veterans felt alienated when they returned to the United States. They were not treated very well by the American public and this caused them to feel ashamed.
Most Americans were opposed to the Vietnam war by 1967. In the beginning most Americans supported going to war with Vietnam.
The French and Indian war removed the threat of the French from North America. That made the colonists feel less dependent on Britain because colonists felt that they no longer needed Britain to defend them.
Hahaha,you feel Human.There is nothing special to feel.
They all felt scared that they were not going to go home and make it through the Vietnam War
They lost their purpose in life.
Angry, they didn't want to get drafted.
i feel like it does it isn't right> :(
They were worried about being drafted!