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In 1954, a set of documents called the Geneva Accords was signed, splitting the Vietnamese region of French Indochina into two separate countries called North Vietnam and South Vietnam. However, the Geneva Accords also included a provision that called for elections in the future to join the two into one unified country.

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In what year did Vietnam split into North and South Vietnam?

1954


In what year did Vietnam split into north and south?

1954


Who was a leader of Vietnam country in Vietnam War?

Vietnam was split into two countries during the vietnam war, the north was ruled by Ho Chi Minh and the South by Ngo Diem.


When was Vietnam split into north and south Vietnam?

In 1954, the Geneva Accords on Indochina stipulated the division of Vietnam.


What was the result of the Vietnam war on the home front?

Vietnam was split into 2 separate countries north and south then the north attacked the south and after many years of guerrilla warfare the north won then communism spread through out the country and reunification of the country.


Was the split between the South and North Vietnam completely artificial?

No, North is communist whereas south is democratic


Was Vietnam and Korea split in half from east to west?

no north and south


What do Vietnam and Korea have in common?

They all were separated into two separate parts. Korea(North- South) Vietnam(North-South) Germany(East-West)ORA+ - They have all been divided by communismAll three have been split into two countries in their history. Germany has been reunited, as has Vietnam, but Korea is still split.


What do vietnam korea and germany have in common?

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How was the outcome of Vietnam's independence movement in 1954 similar to the outcome of India's independence movement in 1947?

Both Vietnam and India were split into multiple countries (Apex).


What was the result of the Geneva accord?

Vietnam was split into to parts, north Vietnam which would be communist, and south Vietnam which would be anti-communist.


What two countries split after World War 2?

the 2 countries that split after WW2 is Vietnam and Korea both turned into north and south. both norths were communism and both souths were noncommunism. hope it helps u ^_^


When did Vietnam split in two countries?

It split in 1954


What two countries did the union of the civil war split into?

the north and the south


Why was the us opposed to having a general election in Vietnam in 1956?

Because Vietnam had already split into North and South Korea.


Where is Vietnam split?

During the Viet War from '55 thru '75, there were two Vietnams: North Vietnam & South Vietnam; they were divided at the 17th parallel.


What countries are split and why?

Korea. North Korea is communist and South Korea is democratic.


Why is Vietnam not split?

North Vietnam persevered over it's Southern counterpart in 1975 with the 'Fall of Saigon' thus unifying the the two countries .


Why were the north Vietnamese and south Vietnamese fighting?

North Vietnam (Viet Cong) were trying to take over South Vietnam with Communism and a majority of Vietnam didn't like that, so they split the country and warred to keep Chinese Communism out.


When did North Vietnam and South Vietnam separate?

around 1955...after Dienbienphu fell and a multinational conference was held in Geneva they decided to split Vietnam at the seventeenth parallel


Is Korea still split between north and south?

Yes, North Korea and South Korea are two different countries.


What happened to Germany and Berlin after World War 2?

they split into south and north countries


When did Vietnam become a French colony?

Vietnam became a French colony in the 1880s. But in 1954, the Vietnamese won their independence. They agreed with the French to split the country into North and South Vietnam. While the North was governed by communists, the South was governed by non-communists.


How long was the DMZ that separated North and South Vietnam?

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.


Why was Vietnam separated during the Vietnam war?

It was split because the North had heavy Communist influence, as the South was Democratic. However, by the end of the war, it was all Communist.