The USA lost the War. Upon taking control, the Vietnamese communists banned other political parties, arrested people believed to have collaborated with the U.S. and sent them to reeducation camps. The government also embarked on a mass campaign of collectivization of farms and factories. Reconstruction of the war-ravaged country was slow and serious humanitarian and economic problems confronted the communist regime. Millions of people fled the country in crudely-built boats, creating an international humanitarian crisis. In 1978, the Vietnamese Army invaded Cambodia to remove the Khmer Rouge from power. This action worsened relations with China, which launched a brief incursion into northern Vietnam in 1979. This conflict caused Vietnam to rely even more heavily on Soviet economic and military aid.
The effects of the Vietnam war were devistating. Leaving many deragened and mental.
They were the commanders.
See: Statistics from the Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.
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The 21st century's F22 Raptor is still armed with a 20mm cannon, thanks to the Vietnam War.
New Zealand sent a detachment of "volunteers" to fight in the Vietnam War.
Peoples lives were shatted, birth defects, etc. Look up Long Term Effects of the Vietnam War on Google.
Limited war=no nuclear weapons allowed
Rejection from the public.
Korean and Vietnam Wars.
The NATO , Warsaw pact, Korean and Vietnam war
The new F22 Raptor has guns on it...thanks to the Vietnam War.
Vietnam was a separate war fought many years after WWII had ended. It had no importance in WWII. The aftermath of WWII did have significant effects on the vietnam war however, but that is another topic.
It caused millions of people to die.
The military draft.
Couldn't be mentioned in schools until well after the war ended.
They were both "hot battles" of the cold war (against communism).
NATO, military blocs and the Warsaw Pact were short term effects of the cold war. It led to conflicts such as the Vietnam War.
What effect did the Vietnam War have on the Vietnamese? thats the same as the question silly and the effects were no homes no food no stock and stuff like that
Vietnam had many impacts but the most important was the american people loosing faith in our government.