Unfortunately, before the, as you know it, was still embroiled in war. Another words, before the Vietnam War, there already was another war in Vietnam...the 1st Indochina War (also called the French War). And before the French War was the Japanese occupation during WWII...which was a guerrilla war fought against Imperial Japanese occupation forces (supported by the US/Allies).
Most people in the US NEVER HEARD OF VIETNAM before the war.
More war. Before the Vietnam War, there was the other Vietnam War (French Indochina War, aka 1st Indochina War). Before that war, there was WWII. So, they had about 3 wars straight for 35 years.
Before World War Two, Vietnam had been part of the French Empire.There had been fighting in Vietnam for decades before the Vietnam War began.
Just common people making a living, like everywhere else; up until WW2 (1940 for Indochina). At that point in time, Vietnam was at war until 1975.
The relationship was good before, during, and after the Vietnam War.
Yes. Vietnam was a French colony. They lost a Vietnam War and were thrown out of Vietnam before America tried to win a war in Vietnam. America also lost a Vietnam War.
The draft existed before the Vietnam War.
From 1885 until 1954 (excepting a brief period of Japanese control as the Empire of Vietnam) Vietnam was part of the colony of French Indochina. Before the war , Vietnam was divided into two, North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
i think people not like war because people Vietnam died .
Yes. Before the US committed to the Vietnam War, many Americans had not even heard of Vietnam.
the korean war was before vietnam
It wasn't divided before the war. The division happened at the end of the war.
The Korean War 1950-1953.
No WW2 was in the 1940's Vietnam was 60's
Before WWII, Vietnam was known as "French Indo-China".
The Korean War was before Vietnam that the United States was involved in.
The draft existed BEFORE the war.
The US doesn't like it, but Vietnam was the first war they lost.
They never heard of Vietnam before.
France returned to resume colonial control of Vietnam as they had before the war.
Like the US Civil War in the 1860s the Vietnam War in the 1960s divided America.
Well i would say that before the war they were both together but when the communist came in the area the north and the south Vietnam became two. the south was anti-communist and north Vietnam was communist. then there were the war which the North (vietcong) won. A few years after the Vietnam war, the north and the south Vietnam became one and is now today basically calledVIETNAM.
The Vietnam War was a "limited war"; limited to conventional weapons only (nukes not allowed). It was fought as both a guerrilla war in South Vietnam and as a conventional war against North Vietnam. Like the US Civil War of the 1860s, the Vietnam War of the 1960s was an un-declared war.
World War I (1914-1918) took place before the Vietnam War (1955-1975).
the Korean war was before the Vietnam war because it was right after ww2 the Korean war started in 1950