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What effects did the Cold War have on Vietnam?

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NATO, military blocs and the Warsaw Pact were short term effects of the cold war. It led to conflicts such as the Vietnam War.


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Vietnam was a hot battle of the cold war.


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The Cold War. Vietnam was a "hot" battle of the cold war.



Vietnam was PART of the cold war; the cold war lasted from '45 to '90.


The effects of the Vietnam war were devistating. Leaving many deragened and mental.


Vietnam was a shooting war (a hot war). A cold war is a NON-shooting war; a cold war is a "stand-off" between two (or more) adversaries. Technically, Vietnam, being part of the cold war...communism verses the free world...the Vietnam War was a "Hot BATTLE" of the cold war.


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Vietnam was part of the cold war.


The Vietnam Conflict was an event which occurred during the course of the Cold War.


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Both were against communist aggression. The cold war was no shooting; Vietnam was shooting.


Instead of exchanging words, they began exchanging bullets in Vietnam. It went from talk (cold war) to shooting (Vietnam).


The Vietnam War was a "hot" battle of the COLD WAR. The "cold war" was a non-shooting war waged against communism.



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