The DMZ, or demilitarized zone. The line divided north and southat the 17th Parallel.
the dividing line between North and South Vietnam after 1954 was the 17th parrell
the dividing line for Vietnam was at the 17th parallel
The name given to the dividing line between North and South Vietnam is the Vietnamese Demilitarized Zone. This was a result of participation in the first Indochina war.
Technically between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. Actually between the US and North Vietnam.
Yes, the 17th Parallel, or 17 degrees north of the equator, marked the "DMZ" or Demilitarized Zone buffering North and South Vietnam until the country was unified in April, 1975.
The Border States, sometimes called the Buffer States.
SOUTH Vietnam was called the "REPUBLIC of South Vietnam." Everyone in those days just called North Vietnam...NORTH VIETNAM.
Question should read: "Was" as the DMZ at the 17th parallel no longer exists.
it was between north Vietnam and America. North Vietnam was a communist country and America didnt want communism spreading as they were capatlists.
North Vietnam was a communist country. The Republic of South Vietnam was a free country.
north vietnam won and south vietnam lost now south vietnam has toxic wate down there but north vietnam has clean water
The war was between North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The US was fighting with the Republic of South Vietnam to prevent an invasion by the Communist North Vietnam.
the war between Vietnam and the USA the winner was Vietnam
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 is also called the Second Indochina War. The war was fought by between North Vietnam who were supported by China and Soviet Union and South Vietnam which was supported by the United States.
The dividing line between North and South America is the Isthmus of Panama. It follows the Darius Mountains watershed divide.
There was no country called "Vietnam" during the war. There was a country called North Vietnam and another country called South Vietnam, which one are you asking about?
Overall it was a battle between South Vietnam and North Vietnam.
North Vietnam and South Vietnam. South Vietnam was a democratic republic and North Vietnam had a socialist government headed by a communist regime. North Vietnam was trying to defeat the democracy of South Vietnam and unify the country.
Yes. It was the effort by North Vietnam military to subdue the government and people of the South to unify the country.
The dividing line between North and South America is the Isthmus of Panama. the border of Panama and Colombia marks the border of the two continents.
The Ho Chi Minh Trail was an important supply route between North and South Vietnam.
The direct bombing of North Vietnam and open warfare between the US and North Vietnam.
There no longer is a North Vietnam, North Vietnam and South Vietnam were joined together after the Vietnam War.
There was a NORTH Vietnam and a SOUTH Vietnam, and they fought each other, the normal starting date used by many historians is 1961. However, North and South Vietnam were separate nations. They were never just one Nation called VIETNAM until 1975. Consequently, this was no civil war. A civil war is ONE country fighting itself.