train south vietnamese troops to replace the us troops
ending the vietnam war
Half of it did. The US got out, but the North won the war (took over the South).
It helped bring an end to the Vietnam War.
LBJ was cautious. Nixon was aggressive.
More American troops were coming home.
1974 he ended the Vietnam war. Opened China to trade.
An exchange of prisoners of war with north Vietnam
Cease the B-52 bombings of North Vietnam, regain our POW's being held in the North, and depart the country.
Novanet ~ South Vietnam would learn to defend itself
Nixon's stance on Vietnam was that it served no purpose whatsoever. In fact, he was the one who called back American troops and put a stop to the war.
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He would pull troops out of Vietnam.
Nova Net Review Test Answer: That South Vietnam would learn to protect itself.
Nixon had been elected on a promise to Vietnamize the war, meaning more fighting would be turned over to the South Vietnamese army, and to start bringing home American troops. When the President ordered US troops into Cambodia and ordered more bombings, the result was a tremendous uproar at home with more marches and demonstrations. Congress reacted to the antiwar feeling and repealed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution which gave the President the authority to send troops and fight the war in Vietnam. The United States did not lose the Vietnam War. Although some may argue that by pulling out of South Vietnam we did just that.
He wanted COSVN either destroyed or captured. COSVN was the "Central Office of South Vietnam." An enemy headquarters in Cambodia.
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he promised to "withdraw troops from Vietnam"
Gerald Ford wanted to end the war. He just wanted to get out the US out of it. Despite their promise to respect the government of South Vietnam, the North came in even just as the Americans were getting out.
The Americans did not make war with Vietnam. There was no Vietnam. There were two countries: NORTH Vietnam and SOUTH Vietnam. NORTH Vietnam attacked SOUTH Vietnam. The US (Americans) defended SOUTH Vietnam. The US never invaded NORTH Vietnam (the US bombed it though). NORTH Vietnam invaded SOUTH Vietnam. NORTH Vietnam was (and still is) a communist nation. The US was against communism.
Vietnam is a communist nation; the US is not.
The US never invaded Vietnam.
Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US
The US has never fought with a nation called "Vietnam."
I don't believe the US did invade Vietnam. The US was an invited participant and adviser in an ongoing conflict between North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
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