Britain was NOT involved in the Vietnam War and NO troops were sent. Prime Minister Wilson gave verbal support to America, and that made him unpopular at the time. He was accused of grovelling servility ...
Great Britain did not send troops to Vietnam during the war.
The United States did get involved in the Vietnam war because of communism in Vietnam.
Yes, but they did not engage with Vietcong soldiers. Britain supported US with weapons and equipments, also provided a small amounts of troops to Vietnam, but they didn't fight.
Nato was not involved in the Vietnam War.
The major countries involved in the Vietnam War include Japan, France, Vietnam, and the US.
The UK was not involved in the Vietnam war - it was the USA!
The United Kingdom (including England) was not at all involved in the Vietnam war
Britain wanted to maintain her strength in Europe, in case that got out of hand.
NATO was not involved in the Vietnam War.
The US was involved in Vietnam War in the 1960's to help fight for freedom.
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Vietnam was part of the cold war.
Vietnam was part of the cold war. A war against communism.
he was the first president to be involved in it
It involved communist aggression.
Britains relation's with the USA at the time were a bit strained following the Suez crisis, the Americans didnt back the brits during that conflict so why should Britain offer their assistance during Vietnam. Also there was a strong anti war feeling in the UK, it would have been political suicide to back the Vietnam war.
The US was involved from '55 to '75.
The French were involved with Vietnam from 1887-1954. The actual French Indochina War was 1946-1954.
The British fought in Korea, not Vietnam.
well Vietnam was one
Britain was neutral.
The Vietnam War was part of the cold war. To prevent Communist North Vietnam from taking over the Republic of South Vietnam.
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