Vietnam was called Vietnam after World War 2.
No. World War 2 was a war between the Allied countries and Germany. Vietnam was between the United States and Vietnam. Both wars also occurred during different times.
World War 2 (1939 to 1945) preceded the Vietnam War (1956 to 1975) .
World War 2 was from September 1939 to 1945 and the Vietnam War was from the late 1950s to 1975.
Vietnam war was completely separate from WW2. It was its own conflict.
The cold war was.
both of them was a war
Yes, it was.
Most of the hippies and liberals did not support the Vietnam. that's why we pulled out of Vietnam during the war. we did not pull out in world war one and world war 2 because america was geared in for the war, but Vietnam, not all of america was in for it.
WWII "ITSELF" had nothing to do with Vietnam.
ww2 ended in 1945. Vietnam war started in 1959.
World War 2, Vietnam War
Total war vs limited war.
World War 2.
Vietnam was a French colony up until World War 2, when Japan invaded it. The Vietnamese were able to fight off the Japanese. After the war, France attempted to retake Vietnam, which created North and South Vietnam, leading to the Vietnam War.
No WW2 was in the 1940's Vietnam was 60's
World War 2 was a total war, fought to win with any weapon available, including the atomic bomb (minus chemical weapons by treaty). The Vietnam War was a "Limited War", limited to using CONVENTIONAL weapons ONLY (NO Atomic Weapons); and limited to within the countries of North (air & sea warfare only) and South Vietnam.
World War 1: 124 awardedWorld War 2: 464 awardedVietnam: 246 awardedBringing a total of 834 medals awarded.
No. World War II happened from about 1942 to 1946. The significant U.S. involvement in the Vietnam conflict was from about 1964 to 1973.
he did not participate in vietnam. He was discharged from the service in 1951 by Truman for disrespecting his superiors.
WWII (the atomic bomb) created the cold war. Vietnam was a hot battle of the cold war.