The North defeated the South.
The official national capitol of Veitnam is Hanoi, Veitnam.
republic of south veitnam
In Vietnam, south-east Asia
The Union suffered 10,000 casualties. The South suffered 9,091 casualties and had 29,495 men surrender. = =
10,000 casualties of the union army 9,091 casualties of the south 29,495 men surrendered
phillipines, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, South Veitnam
The North defeated (conquered) the south in '75; that ended it.
About 1,000,000 men.
Some sources state about a million.
58,000 soldiers died
Obtaining accurate figures for the South Vietnamese Government Forces (ARVN, South Vietnamese Marines, South Vietnamese Air Force, South Vietnamese Navy) is difficult, as SOUTH Vietnam has NOT EXISTED for over a quarter of a century. Northern casualties can be estimated. Southern casualties can be estimated. See sites: Vietnam War Casualties & Statistics about the Vietnam War.
42879 casualties were found after the battle
there were about 300,000 deaths in vietnam out of the 500,000 that went
Um, it is men, not mean and the siege of petersburg occurded in 1865.Union= 8150 casualtiesConfederate= 3236 casualties
The United States of America had 5,815 casualties and the Confederate States of America had 6,670 casualties
The website, "Vietnam War casualties" might be helpful.
how many casualties were there in the battle of liege?
the americans where an ally to south vietnam. veitnam was in two parts at that time like north korea and south korea. It was fought from 1959 to 1975. At the end of the war i know they all went together to form one contury. for more info just type in Veitnam war facts on Google
According to recent numerical research and records, the north had a few more casualties than the south during the Civil War, or the battle between North and South. The south suffered 490,309 soldiers killed, wounded, captured or missing, while the north suffered 596,670.
The North had more casualties but the south had a greater percentage of the total population killed.
It is budidum.