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The DMZ that seperated North and South Vietnam happened a number of years ago, sometime after the second world war, and it is still in effect today, as the countires are still split.

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War in RVN (South Vietnam) since 1955. War with North Vietnam since 1964.


It's in Asia, right below North Korea.North Korea and South Korea is separated because of a war that happened long ago. There still are many families that are separated from each other.


They were fighting long before '64...they started in the mid 50's. Communist North V. wanted to take over the Republic of South Vietnam (which they ultimately did).


Ho Chi Minh was the president of Vietnam from 1945 until 1955, when Vietnam was divided into North Vietnam and South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh, known by the North Vietnamese people as "Uncle Ho" remained as president of North Vietnam until his death in 1969 while the U.S. "war in Vietnam" continued. He didn't live long enough to see his life-long dream come true with the defeat of South Vietnam and a unified country in 1975.


Most historians generally accept the year 1961 as the starting date, and the North did conquer South Vietnam in 1975.


Vietnam was at war with France before the US intervened in the sixties. In fact, they defeated the French in 1956 and became independent, but divided into North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The Vietnam war the US was in was the result of the North and their communist sympathizers in the South (the Viet Cong) trying to unite the country under communism. When the US pulled out in 1975, they were successful.


Since '75.Answer:North Vietnam (the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV)) ( was a communist state that ruled the northern half of Vietnam from 1954 until 1976. On 2 July 1976, North and South were merged to form the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.


North Vietnam did not win the Vietnam War. To win a war, the losing side must surrender. The limited war the US was fighting against North Vietnam and South Vietnam guerrilla fighters proved to be costly and one that disrupted the unity of the US at home. The newly elected President Nixon promised to end US involvement in the conflict and after several years did so. A "cease fire" was finally negotiated in Paris.


because the fighting was going no where and they understood that it would be a long time to ever get the north off the south back, and that signaed for a long war, and also the advantage the north Vietnam had on fighting in their own country..giving them and edge on American forces.


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Perhaps one of the most policies of the United States to illustrate containment was the Vietnam War that began if full force by US President Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960's. The war finally ended with US President Richard M. Nixon in 1972. There the US perceived an expansion of communism in southeast Asia. Vietnam was once a colonial procession of France. The French left Vietnam as a divided country, North Vietnam, a communist country and South Vietnam, a non communist country. The North much like as in North Korea, wanted to unify Vietnam as a communist country. As within the US's containment policy guidelines, The US did not wish to conquer North Vietnam, but rather wished to contain the communism there from spreading into South Vietnam. It was a long a bitter struggle and in this case, the policy of containment failed as eventually the North & South Vietnams became one communist country.




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By 1975, the Viet Cong (South Vietnamese rebels also known as the National Liberation Front) and the North Vietnamese Army finally established full control of South Vietnam after a long, violent struggle in which American troops had played a significant, but finally fruitless, role. Henceforth, the two Vietnams would be united as a single Communist-ruled nation.


The DMZ ran east-west near the center of present-day Vietnam spanning more than a hundred kilometers and was a couple of kilometers wide. It reached across into a beach on the east. An island nearby was controlled by North Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War. Although it was nominally described as being at "the 17th parallel," almost all of the zone lies to the south of the parallel, with only a small portion of the zone near the eastern shore actually including the parallel. It was around a hundred kilometers north of the city of Huế. It extended about a mile on either side of the Ben Hai river. and ran east to west from the Laotian border to the south China Sea.


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Iowa is 310 miles long from north to south.


The US had a presence in Vietnam from the late 1950's until evacuated from atop the embassy building, in South Vietnam in 1975.


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Illinois is 390 miles long north to south and 210 miles wide east to west.


As north Vietnam invaded South Vietnam, and the city of Saigon, so Kennedy sent troops to fight the Ho Chi min army. A growing body of evidence shows he planned to withdraw from Vietnam, realizing that the liberation movement in Vietnam was too strong and that U.S. interests would not be served by a long protracted and unwinnable war.



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