No total wars can fought since the coming of the atomic bomb. UNLESS the combatants wish to risk mutual destruction. Since 1945, the atomic age, we now have "Limited Wars" and "Military Operations." Korea & Vietnam were limited wars; no use of atomic weapons, and all fighting must be conducted within a certain area. Military Operations: "Urgent Fury", invasion of Grenada in 1983. "Just Cause", Panama in 1989; "Desert Storm", Iraq 1991; "Restore Hope", Somalia 1993; "Operation Iraqi Freedom", 2003 to current. Quick & Dirty or (Quick & Clean) depending upon one's out-look, until today's current operation, that is.
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Yes, it was a war.
Technically between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. Actually between the US and North Vietnam.
Dictionary:War- Armed conflict between two or more nations. Vietnam War: United States vs North Vietnam. It computes.
The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.
No. Congress never actually declared war. It is officially a CONFLICT, bu if you ask someone who was there, it was a war.
actually, we really werne't in the war we just helped out with the good freedom side of vietnam.
It's actually in Vietnam war not cold war. :O
Actually there were 4 America and South Vietnam and then China helped North Vietnam
The whole war failed Vietnam, because it was misunderstood. It was actually a war of national re-unification and not a war of global communist domination.
No actually the first troops send to Vietnam by a president was by Eisenhower.
Nearly 7,000 US military officers perished in Vietnam.
its actually called theThe Vietnam vets
Vietnam. The Revolution was the longest in which someone actually declared war.
it didnt cause it. it actually ended the war
If by "Vietnam War" you meant the war in Vietnam that involved direct US combat forces then the year 1964 can be used as the year that war actually began. That was 11 years after the end of the Korean War in 1953.
The countries that were actually "physically" involved, and were bombed or had US aircraft crash into them, whether they were "officially" in the war or not, were: Lao's, Cambodia, North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
Millions. i actually need a specific number.
The Tet Offensive had a significant impact on the Vietnam War, as it resulted in a steep decline in support for the war among the American public. The US and South Vietnam actually won a tactical victory, however, it was a political victory for North Vietnam.
the Vietnam war
No, the Vietnam War was in Vietnam
The Vietnam War ended in 1975.
With North Vietnam (not Vietnam; Vietnam was created after the war). No, the US did not win the war.
the war between Vietnam and the USA the winner was Vietnam
See: Vietnam War & Statistics about the Vietnam War