During the Vietnam War, all combatants (including North Vietnam) used draftees except for the New Zealanders, they sent volunteers to South Vietnam.
All nations, including the enemy, North Vietnam, utilized conscription; except New Zealand. New Zealand's artillerymen were volunteers. Conscription for the US was from 1945 until about 1973.
South Africa no longer has conscription
It wasn't introduced in Vietnam, it existed since WWII.
US conscription and not being able to stop the flow of communist men & materials into South Vietnam; without possible intervention from the communist superpowers.
For the United States the first draft (conscription) began during the U.S. Civil War. The last draft (conscription) was during the Vietnam War.
Contact Australian Vietnam Veterans Organization.
Australia didn't have conscription during WWI; it was first used in the Vietnam War.
Citizens objected to military conscription.
18-26 years old :I
US Conscription (the US Draft) was the major conflict with the Vietnam War.
Australia had conscription in place and active , before the Vietnam war in 1972 ,( or somewhere close to that) in the elections, the labor party defeated the democratic party. this was due to the labor party promising to abolish conscription and allow conscripted soldiers out of the army when labor won this did happen and there has not been conscription since
Conscription was introduced in Australia by the Holt Government due to the National Service Act passed in 1964. This continued until 1971 when Australia pulled out of the Vietnam War.
Conscription is the required service of citizens in the military. It is often called the draft. Several nations still have conscription such as South Korea and Thailand.
It was the Women's Anti-War Movement in Australia that was both anti Vietnam War but also anti conscription.
See website(s): Statistics about the Vietnam War/US Conscription
Yes, Australia drafted men during the war.
40,000 men a month in 1968.