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Reasons for Vietnam war?


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Answered 2013-11-07 08:44:59

The was conflict between north Vietnam and the South Vietnamese so communist took over and started a war so south vietnamese migrated from vietnamese to other countries and other people got sent to re education camp in vietnam

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Unless the US INVADED North Vietnam or deployed NUCLEAR weapons, the war was unwinnable.


money religion reasons land and for peace


Stop communist aggression


To prevent Communist North Vietnam from taking over the (non-communist) Republic of South Vietnam.


Communist Northern aggression; they won.








One of the main reasons was to separate the Vietnam War from the French War or French Vietnam War (which is often referred to as the French Indochina War; and lately, the 1st Indochina War). To makes things simple: The French Indochina War and the US (American) Vietnam War, might be the easiest way to remember it.


The war was between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The US was fighting with the Republic of South Vietnam to prevent an invasion by the Communist North Vietnam.


During the "COLD WAR"; the Vietnam War was immoral to most people...who believed that war was "immoral" to begin with. Example: During WWII, which was a "clear case" of self defense (the Pearl Harbor Attack), people in the US still protested US involvement in that war. The "...reasons about the Vietnam War", would be the same; war is immoral, for those that choose to believe it. For many people there is NO JUSTIFICATION for war.


Part of the cold war; communist aggression. Without those two reasons, the US would not have been involved.


They beleived it was a civil war, and America didnt belong their.



A wide variety of Australians were against Australia's involvement in the Vietnam war, especially young Australians, who were being conscripted to help The USA bolster an unpopular government in Vietnam for strategic reasons.


426 killed in action 76 died of other reasons


There was only one reason; to stop communist aggression.


Being drafted (Conscripted) into the military to fight in Vietnam, was the number one reason for being "anti" during the war.


After the Vietnam war the Soviet Union did not attack or overtly support the expansion of Communism through military means. No war stopped as such but Communist agression was forever checked. Stopping the Communist expansion was one of the USA's reasons to get involved in Vietnam and some argue that the war was successful due to this.


No, the Vietnam War was in Vietnam


The Vietnam was was never a declared war, but 58,000 men died there in 10 years. Every night on TV the war was filmed and put on the news. This changed how people viewed the war and they began to protest the war. We saw men died in the jungles of Vietnam and it was felt that the government needed to leave or declare a war.


Anyone can name more reasons, but those added reasons would simply be "beating a dead horse." Theres only 3 reasons, anyone of which would've won the war: 1. Could not invade the enemies homeland (North Vietnam). 2. Could not use nukes. 3. Could not stop the flow of M/M (Men/Material) in South Vietnam (RVN).