The French left north Vietnam in 1954
Vietnam split in two Northern Vietnam and Southern Vietnam.
North Vietnam took over Vietnam
The French were defeated in the Dien Bien Phu battle in 1954. They were driven out then.
the french left america
they were left to die and it was very sad >:-(
The NVA launched a full scale invasion of South Vietnam, and conquered the country.
The year you seek is 1954.
The French departed. The countries of North and South Vietnam were created.
Before World War Two, Vietnam had been part of the French Empire.There had been fighting in Vietnam for decades before the Vietnam War began.
Try to cause a popular uprising against communist ruler in north Vietnam
Many returned to France.
The defeat at Dien Bien Phu led the French military to surrender their positions in Vietnam. The French left Vietnam, leaving the United States at the forefront of the conflict.
The French returned to Indo-China, and the French Indochina War commenced in 1946-1954.
The British moved into Vietnam (called indoor China at the time) in 1945 after the Japanese surrender & then the British handed it back to the french
Vietnam was formerly French Indochina, a French colony.
The French were defeated by the Viet Minh May 7th 1954. This marked the independence of French Indochina, which was subsequently split into North Vietnam and South Vietnam until 1975.
South fell to the North.
Because the French conquered Vietnam.
France called Vietnam a colony of theirs. When French troops left in 1954, th UN divided Vietnam into North and South Vietnam.
The United States wanted to prevent communism from spreading.
because vietnam used to be in the french colony
What is the position of the french language in vietnam?
Vietnam was a French colony.