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President of north Vietnam during the time of the Vietnam war?


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During the Vietnam War, the President was Ho Chi Minh.

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ANSWER Ho Chi Minh was the president of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War his original name was Nguyen Tat. Diem was the president of South Vietnam. Diem was assassinated Nguyen Van Thien was the president of South Vietnam after him.


Ho Chi Minh was the Premiere of North Vietnam during this period.


The president of the USA for a major time of the Vietnam War was Lyndon Johnson.


The US backed South Vietnam. During this time the north was supporting communism and in 1976, the countries reunified into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.


After Ho's death in '69, North Vietnam was run by a committee. A: Le Duan was the leader of North Vietnam after Ho Chi Minh, although they appeared to be collective in their decision making.


President Lyndon Baines Johnson followed by President Richard M. Nixon .


The leader of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War period of the Cold War was Ho Chi Minh. The leader of South Vietnam at the time was Ngo Dinh Diem.


He bombed Cambodia. He was president at the time of the war.


North Vietnam was a communist country at one point of time. North Vietnam stopped being a communist country in 1976.


When election time came around and Nixon was looking to be re-elected as President.


The war was fought in both North & South Korea. This contrasts with Vietnam, in which the ground war was totally fought in South Vietnam; however, the USAF/USN fought the AIR WAR over NORTH Vietnam.


Military advisors were deployed to South Vietnam in the 1950s under Eisernhower. When North Vietnam escalated aggression against the South in 1961 John Kennedy sent more advisors.


He was not initially replaced as president, but a "collective leadership" forming up of several ministers and military leaders took control of North Vietnam to continue his goal of conquering South Vietnam to unite it under Hồ's founding government.Tôn Đức Thắng (August 20, 1888 - March 30, 1980) was the second and final President of North Vietnam and the first President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. He served as President, initially of North Vietnam from September 2, 1969, and later of the united Vietnam until his death. He was a key Vietnamese nationalist and Communist political figure, was Chairman of the National Assembly's Standing Committee 1955-1960 and served as the Vice President to Hồ Chí Minh from 1960 to 1969. At the age of 91, he was the oldest ever president of a country.He was succeeded by one of his vice presidents, Nguyễn Hữu Thọ.Even though Thắng had been the first president of the reunited Socialist Republic of Vietnam, he has not attained the same reverence as his predecessor, Hồ Chí Minh, had received from the Vietnamese people. Thắng served as the nation's leader during the pivotal time when North Vietnam and South Vietnam were reunified as one. Many people had left Thắng's Vietnam and became boat people in fears of Thắng's rule over the country, and the potential destruction that he could cause.NotesContents[hide]



The Vietnam War lasted 19 and a half years, spanning from 1955 to 1975. Five presidents were in office during the course of the Vietnam War: Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford.



The North Vietnamese began to move their regular army troops and weaponry into the South at that time. President Johnson ordered air attacks on the North to try and prevent this movement.



Because they didn't have enough time to leave Vietnam during the Vietnam War


No, but he did send in advisors, which help escallate the conflict.


The latest president, at the time of South Vietnam's fall was President Nguyen Van Thieu.


US involvement in Vietnam (then French Indochina) began during WWII, in supporting the Viet Mihn against the Japanese occupiers. US involvement against Ho Chi Mihn dates back to the French Indochina War, during which time Dwight D. Eisenhower was president.


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John F. Kennedy, was President during this time



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