The US was at war with North(informally-not with documents signed/declaration of war).
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Neutral and a refuge for draft dodgers.
To keep Vietnam from going nuclear. Vietnam was part of the cold war.
US President & Commander in Chief.
They were drafted like all the rest of the men.
Cold War means no fighting. No shooting. No one dies. Hot Wars are a series of battles. Seldom is one battle a war. The Vietnam War was the second "Hot" battle of the cold war. Korea was the first.
They fought a war there to retain the country.
The public was drafted, the public resisted.
How did the role the American media played in the Vietnam War.
A picture was worth a thousand words.
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michigan did play a role in the revolutionary war:)
Destroying communists in South Vietnam, and destroying the communist's will to make war in North Vietnam (bombing them during the air war).
china gave weapons to north Vietnam
NATO stayed out of it.
Canada was neutral. It's only major role was as a refuge for draft dodgers.
It was the only role. Otherwise the US would have stayed out of it.
It was the percieved threat of a Communist takeover of South Vietnam that prompted Eisenhower and Kennedy to introduce advisers into the conflict.
Upon ascension to office as the US president, Nixon began, and promptly completed, the US withdrawal from Vietnam.
John Smith is a common US name; he was a US Serviceman.
Vietnam was the first war in history that played out nightly on national television. The pictures and video from the war zone were shocking to many Americans and caused disillusionment for our role in the fighting.
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What role did Isaac Murphy play in the civil war
it play in the russin cold war.
he served as one of the presidents during the time of the vietnam war, and he also popularized the domino principle theory.