Vietnam war of course!
It is generally accepted that the USSR lost the Cold War, not the US.
Because no US President wanted to be the FIRST US President to lose a war.
The US didn't lose any land at all in WWI, as it was fought in Europe.
That depends upon who the enemy is.
We lost the respect of Mexico
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They intervened in the war. They did not lose, instead, the public was against the conflict so they pulled out. They never surrendered, so they did not lose.
pizza. It help them get fat and lose the war
How can a war lose? you can lose a war or someone can win but a war its self can't lose.
How did the role the American media played in the Vietnam War.
yes we did lose the war in Vietnam when we were helping the South Vietnamese Army. If we have permission to engage the enemy in a firefight, then we won't lose at all.
It was a great US victory.
Britain didn't lose in World war 2. With some timely help from the US, they ended up on the winning side.
America didnt really lose the war. It was never America's war to lose.
They DIDN'T want to be the first United States Presidents to lose a war.
Trough the Mexican-American War (1846-1848)
it is said to be around 425,00
Because during the War of 1812 they planned to secede from US and were mark as traitor.
57,000 Americans lost there lives
Yes, They ran for their lives I think you could call that a loss.
North Korea did win the war and the US lied about it
They like to spend a lot of taxpayers money while they are preparing for a war they can not posibly lose.
not likely. the US is in deep debt to China at this time and I don't think China wants to lose their funds within the US
The US caught wind of the Zimmerman Telegram, where the Germans tried to make a deal with Mexico for them to go to war with the US to distract the US from the war in Europe. Hitler feared that if the Americans entered the war on the side of the Allies, the central powers would lose. He was right