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How did the South Vietnam's surrender to North Vietnam develop the Vietnam War?

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South Vietnam's surrender to North Vietnam is what ended the Vietnam War. The North Vietnamese had the goal of Vietnamese Unification and the surrender of South Vietnam in 1975 allowed them to achieve that objective.

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