== == Vietnam is located in the southeastern extremity of the Indochinese peninsula and occupies about 331,688 square kilometers, of which about 25 % was under cultivation in 1987. It borders the Gulf of Thailand, Gulf of Tonkin, and South China Sea, alongside China, Laos, and Cambodia. The S-shaped country has a north-to-south distance of 1,650 kilometers and is about 50 kilometers wide at the narrowest point. With a coastline of 3,260 kilometers, excluding islands, Vietnam claims 12 nautical miles as the limit of its territorial waters, an additional 12 nautical miles as a contiguous customs and security zone, and 200 nautical miles as an exclusive economic zone.
They knew the land And used it to their advantage with the mix of guerrilla war fare the united states had no chance.
Geography is always part of the formula for war. It used to be called METT (Mission, Enemy, Time, and Terrain with terrain being the Geograpy portion). Therefore Vietnam was no different than any other war in regards to geography. If anything "geography" was no longer an issue...the helicopter took care of that. For the first time in man's history, he could now do battle anywhere anytime all the time! Thanks to the mobility of the chopper.
The answer is like, so easy, people who don't know this would be very stupid.
Only a US Airman can answer that question; they flew over it while fighting their air war; the rest of the US servicemen fought in SOUTH Vietnam. not true, people live there
China, Laos and Vietnam. You're welcome in advance for my expertise in geography. =P =)
most of china including some of Korea and Vietnam it was bigger than china now days
Vietnam is on the coast; the US has a coast. Other than that, Vietnam is located directly due west of Central America, well below the US boundary. Vietnam has some of the heat and humidity of the state of Louisiana and the geography of California (mountains, marshlands, rivers, deltas, etc.).
The geography varied depending on where you were. The Mekong Delta was quite different from the area around the DMZ.
In terms of the jungle, it made the Vietnamese (north Vietnam) very hard to find and kill (from the USA's perspective). This was one of the reasons for the Vietnamese or 'Vietcong' winning the war - along with their incredible resilience and determination towards the future of Vietnam. In terms of effects on the war; it was one of the factors for USA losing.
Flow of men/material couldn't be stemmed. War couldn't be isolated due to geography/communist superpowers. The USA was not beaten by the Communists in Vietnam. For example, in December 1972, American B-52s were bombing North Vietnam and there was very little North Vietnam could do about it. The USA gave up on the inept and corrupt government of South Vietnam. South Vietnam was unable to defend itself, as South Korea has since 1953.
Geopolitics is the investigation of the impact of human and physical geography on international politics and relations. The most popular example of geopolitics is the Vietnam war.
If you are referring to Washington D.C. AKA daily geography week 23, i believe it is :Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Good question. Unlike Vietnam, Korea was a peninsula, and the US Navy could prevent the North Koreans/Red Chinese from bypassing the Korean DMZ. The Vietnamese DMZ could and was bypassed by the Ho Chi Minh Trail which went through Cambodia and Laos, and it was impossible to close this land route into South Vietnam.
it was effected by the ho chi min trail. this ran through vietnam, laos and cambodia and was the vietcongs lifeline. they used it to get soldiers and supplies from to place to place safely Also, Vietnam has many dense forests and jungles. This gave troops good hiding places. The terrain was hilly and mountainous. Many mines were hidden in the ground.
I am Vietnamese person so I know what do Vietnam children learn at school. We learn Vietnamese(speaking, listening, wirting and reading), history, art, PE, computer, music, maths, geography and science.
A major problem about going to Vietnam was because the entire country is jungle and at that time, the US. didn't have very much experience in jungle warfare. Plus the heat and humidity was also a big factor.
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3 and they are; >Environmental geography.>Physical geography.>Human geography.
sub branches of geography are climatology,political geography,settlement geography,economic geography,geomorphology,mathematical geography,cartography and etc.
The other geography is called Human Geography, the study of humans and their interaction with the land. It includes the subcategory of cultural geography. Human geography is also called Social geography.
John Luke Gallup has written: 'The wage labor market and inequality in Vietnam in the 1990s' -- subject(s): Income distribution, Labor market 'Geography and economic development' -- subject(s): Econometric models, Economic development, Economic geography
Is "landform" a geography question? If so, then South Vietnam had the Mekong Delta in the southern tip, the Central Highlands above the delta, and standard hilly countryside north of the highlands. The coastline was like any other coastline on earth, sandy beaches.