What events led up to the Vietnam War
The Cold War and the fear that it would spread were the main events that led up to the conflict in the Vietnam War. The war in Vietnam lasted roughly 10 years.
The French Indochina War most likely led to the (so called) American Vietnam War. Because the French war divided up the country into TWO nations; North & South Vietnams. When the communist led North Vietnam attempted to take over (conquer) South Vietnam... this led to US involvment.
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The Kansas-Nebraska Act, Dred Scott Supreme Court case and The Compromise of 1850 are the three events that led up to the civil war.
The cold war Led up to the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the main event that led up to the outbreak of World War 1.
Pearl harbour got blown up
The Korean War was the First "Hot" battle of the Cold War.
chart the stages of the acts that led to theof the first government in 1789. American revolution war and phases of the war to its conclusion and to the formation
one of them was the bombing of pearl harbor.
of Versailles? the first world war and assasination of franz Ferdinand
The Nazi invasion of Poland was the direct start of WW2
The Vietnam War
the vietnam war
Some big events that lead to the Civil War were, The Compromise of 1850, The Kansas-Nebraska Act, John Brown's Raid, and the Election of 1860.
what events led to Lenins' takeover of the revolution
The main reason why the Americans joined the War was because of the Attack on Pearl Harbor.
The German invasion of Poland on 1 September 1939
The 1916 Olympic Games were cancelled due to the outbreak of World War I.
Border disputes (Thornton Affair) and the annexation of the Republic of Texas by the United States.
The watergate scandel with Nixon ending up to resign in 1974 and the Vietnam war ended in 1975