the Vietnam war affected many peoples lives including the daily lives of Russia, Vietnam, America, China and all other communist/anti-communistAnsweryes chuck i do want to be a hero.
the Vietnam war affected many peoples lives including the daily lives of Russia, Vietnam, America, China and all other communist/anti-communist
The Vietnam War affected Vietnam
i think that the soldiers were affected by the Vietnam war because when they came back from the Vietnam war many of them were messed up from what they saw over their
Yes. Many countries involoved and suffered. Vietnam was the most one affected. I'm not a hundred percent sure, but it's the best i have found.
The major countries involved in the Vietnam War include Japan, France, Vietnam, and the US.
North Vietnam won the war.
The United States was affected by the Vietnam War in many ways. The Vietnam War led to veterans coming home ill from the exposure to agent orange, ptsd, and addictions. The country as a whole was affected by a negative economy.
After the war, there was a reunification of Vietnam. So the answer is "One country".
The Vietnam War affected the Americans at home due to civilian loss of life, about 415,000 lives.
Gave them a glimpse of the western world.
The Vietnamese were affected by the loss of lives and property.
North Vietnam and South Vietnam
Vietnam , America , and Russia
Children in Vietnam were hard hit by the Vietnam War. Many of them were orphaned, and others had to flee their homes just to survive.
Civilians were conscripted (drafted) to fight the war.
Australia was drafting men to fight the war.
US women volunteered for the military and in most cases volunteered for Vietnam.
Social Legislation slowed down because of the cost of Vietnam. (Apex)
Policies and attitudes.
China was one.
The Vietnam War was part of the cold war. The cold war was between governments (Nations/Countries).
North Vietnam won them.
North Vietnam/VC vs allies
The US , North and South Vietnam .