What was the Vietnamese government constructure in Vietnam War?
Asked in History of Asia, Vietnam War
Who replaced nguyen van thien during the Vietnam war?
What was the Vietnamese perception of the Vietnam war?
Asked in Vietnam War
In the Vietnam War which country was against Vietnam?
It was actually a sort of civil war between (in very general terms) the Northern and Southern portions of Vietnam. The Northerners wanted communist government and were supported by Red China. The Southerners wanted a democratic government and were supported by the French and then the Americans, with some support from other democracies. The Vietnam war was not a civil war. What the Vietnamese people wanted was a free Vietnam without colonial rule. It was a war started by the French and escalated by the Americans. To the Vietnamese people the Vietnam war was call the "American war". The North Vietnamese army and the Viet Cong was supplied by the Chinese and Russians. While the South Vietnamese army was supplied by the American. These were the main countries in the Vietnam war.
How many Vietnamese went MIA?
Obtaining accurate figures for the South Vietnamese Government Forces (ARVN, South Vietnamese Marines, South Vietnamese Air Force, South Vietnamese Navy) is difficult, as SOUTH Vietnam has NOT EXISTED for over a quarter of a century. Northern casualties can be estimated. Southern casualties can be estimated. See sites: Vietnam War Casualties & Statistics about the Vietnam War.
Asked in Vietnam War, Cold War, History of Asia, US in WW2
How did the Vietnam War affect the economy of Vietnam?
Who replaced Nguyen Van Thieu as president during the Vietnam War?
Is the war in indochina and the war in vietnam the same thing?
Yes and No. There were two Indochinese Wars and the Second Indochinese War corresponds to what is termed the Vietnam War in the United States and the American War in Vietnam. The First Indochinese War was a war primarily between the Viet Minh (the Vietnamese Communists who were the antecedents of the current Vietnamese government) and the French Colonial Administration.