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What are four major events of the Vietnam war under President Johnson?


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2007-09-21 15:26:05
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The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution on 7 August 1964.

The beginning of Operation Rolling Thunder in February of 1965.

The Marine Landing at DaNang of two Marine Infantry Battalions on 8 March 1965.

The US begining the bombing of Haiphong on 29 January 1966.

The deceision by the President not to seek re-election on 31 March 1968.


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