What president was in office during the height of Vietnam war?
During the height of Vietnam war, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, was President of the United States of America
He may have visited there but he was not a wartime president during the Vietnam war. It was over for the US before he gained the office of the presidency.
When President Nixon took office there was approximately 536,100 American troops in Vietnam. President Nixon immediately started reducing the number of troops in Vietnam.
NO- the actual War occurred after he left office. He did send some military advisers to Vietnam and started the idea of US involvement there.
Park Chung-Hee (1917-1979) in office 1963 thru 1979.
The Vietnam War lasted 19 and a half years, spanning from 1955 to 1975. Five presidents were in office during the course of the Vietnam War: Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and Gerald Ford.
Nguyá»…n Minh Triáº¿t became the president of Vietnam on 2006 June 27.
The three most significant events during President Nixon's terms in office are... The landing of men on the moon. Withdrawing American troops from Vietnam Restoring relations with mainland China
Jimmy Carter was of no importance during the Vietnam War. He held no federal office or influenced any decision making process. I became president after the war was over. He gave amnesty to deserters and draft dodgers residing in Canada. This was his only connection to the war.
Who by law determine the removal of either the president of vice president during their term in office?
The constitution states the terms of office and how a president or Vice President can be removed from office.
who was the first president that divorce durin office?
In 1969, when President Nixon took office.
When President Nixon took office in 1969.
Woodrow Wilson was the US president during WW I.
resident Eisenhower did not declare war in Vietnam. He sent military assistance and warned President Kennedy when he took office, to be aware of the domino theory (don't let Vietnam fall to the communists).
President Truman was out of office for a full 3 years before we sent as much as an advisor to Vietnam in 1956. Dwight Eisenhower sent the first Americans to Vietnam.
Lyndon B. Johnson
Upon ascension to office as the US president, Nixon began, and promptly completed, the US withdrawal from Vietnam.
The vice president would take office because the constitution states that if the president dies or resigns during his term in office the vice president serves the rest of the term
John Kennedy was president during the Bay of Pigs.
James Madison was president during the war in 1812.
James Monroe, the 5th president of the US was president during the Missouri Compromise.
The Oval Office was built during President Taft's administration.
Over half a million men.
President Lyndon B. Johnson
The U. S. didn't become militarily involved in Vietnam until after President Johnson took office after President Kennedy's assassination.
The US Civil War (1861-1865) was the US's first military draft; the Vietnam War (1961-1975) was the US's last military draft. Both the Civil War & Vietnam War had draft dodgers and draft riots. Both the Civil War and Vietnam War were un-declared wars; in both wars, the South lost the war; during both wars the US President was assassinated; during both wars a Vice President Johnson took over office.
Richard M. Nixon
Trương Tấn Sang is the president of Vietnam. He assumed office on 25 July 2011.
We were still pulling troops out of Vietnam when Ford took office.
Harry S. Truman President #33 during WWII.
No- Woodrow Wilson was the US president during the entire war.
President Herbert Hoover, the 31st President was in office during the great depression.
it was bill clinton=)
The president's pay can not be changed during any one term of office.
Josip Tito was the strongman president of Yugoslavia during the Cold War. He took office in 1953 and died in office 1980.
The office of President didn't exist until 1789.
Eisenhower (Ike-served his term), Kennedy (JFK-shot), Johnson (LBJ-refused to remain president), Nixon (Tricky Dick-resigned from office), and Ford (finished everything up).
Gerald Ford was in office. There were 5 presidents during the time of the Vietnam War. Eisenhower began the United States' involvement with the Vietnam War by creating the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization to help squelch communist uprisings in the area. Kennedy wished to overthrow Prime Minister Ngo Sinh Diem, the leader of Vietnam, but was assassinated before he could do so. The first combat troops were sent to Vietnam under Johnson's term as president… Read More
During the republic Rome did not have any political position that could be likened to a president. They had consuls as their top officials but it was a shared office. However during the principate the emperor could be considered a president in a very loose way.
James Madison was the only president to engage in combat while in office. It was during the War of 1812.
The Twenty-Second Amendment (Section 1), ratified in 1951, limits the US President to two terms of office. Amendment 22, Section 1 No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more… Read More
Bob Dole's height is listed at six feet. He ran for President and Vice-President both but was not elected to either office.
No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once. But this article shall not apply to any person holding the office of President when this article was proposed… Read More
John Kennedy was the President during this crisis.
The period of time during which a president is in charge is called his (or her) term of office.
The VP is elected with the President as a total ticket. Should a new VP be required the during the term of office the President can appoint someone to the office.
Thomas Jefferson was the second person to hold the office of Vice-President of the United States. He held that office during the Presidency of John Adams, then became the third President of the United States.