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How popular was the Vietnam War in America?

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2007-09-20 13:37:30
2007-09-20 13:37:30

It was almost unnoticed when it began, became increasingly unpopular, and the longer it lasted, the more devisive it became.

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The Vietnam War made America stronger.

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because America was controlling the south Vietnam

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America pulled out of Vietnam because of mounting casualties and public disaproval of the war.

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North Vietnam started the war against South Vietnam; the US went to the aid of the South.

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It was never popular; it was unknown.

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North and South Vietnam and America

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The Vietnam War was a headache and even Hollywood was taking a gamble when it made a film about it. Even the term Vietnam War is not often used. To this day, the term "Vietnam War" is called "Conflict" or "Vietnam Era." The Vietnam War is something the US military, Hollywood, Book Publishing Companies, Toy Manufacturing Companies, etc. try to avoid. Names such as "Modern Era" or "Modern Era War Planes", or "Modern Era Tanks" will be used in lieu of "Vietnam War Planes", etc. America wants to forget the Vietnam War; which is why Jan Scruggs had the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall built in 1982...his idea was, "OK America, you can forget about the war...but not the men you sent to fight it!" The Vietnam War was popular during the war, ONLY in that it had to be reported by the news and the news media, magazines, and by the military in order to replace or repair the machines needed to fight the war.

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The Vietnam War was the first war to be televised to the public. So America saw everything that was going on in Vietnam and wanted to pull out of the war.

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The North of Vietnam won the war. Also north Vietnam And I will answer all your questions. OK!!!!!!

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See website: Statistics About the Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.

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Technically the Vietnam War never ended. They just stopped fighting.

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America entered the Vietnam war to stop the spread of Communism

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Like the US Civil War in the 1860s the Vietnam War in the 1960s divided America.

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The growing concern in America about the Vietnam War was related with the lack of progress and large loss of life.

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America did not win the war. They were outfought by the Vietcong's Guerilla tactics.


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