It may have been the question of the dominoe theory, and if all of Asia would become a part of the communist realm, no other country could put an end to the red menace.
The fear of being invaded was not a justification for the increase in US involvement in Vietnam. The US withdrew from Vietnam in 1975.
Nixon achieved an end to the US involvement in Vietnam by negotiating with North Vietnam. An agreement on a cease fire and withdrawal helped end the US involvement.
US involvement in Vietnam (then French Indochina) began during WWII, in supporting the Viet Mihn against the Japanese occupiers. US involvement against Ho Chi Mihn dates back to the French Indochina War, during which time Dwight D. Eisenhower was president.
The US got involved in the Vietnam was because they were trying to sweep out communism across the globe. In the war, the US supported South Vietnam because they were fighting against communist North Vietnam.
The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.
A police action describes the US involvement in Vietnam. The U.S. went to help stop communism from the south Vietnam region.
False, US involvement in Vietnam was not reduced during the Kennedy administration.
They didn't want to go there! (Drafted)
1. From a guerrilla war to a conventional war. 2. From war in only South Vietnam to open warfare against North Vietnam.
Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.
Historian's generally accept the year 1961 as the start of US military involvement in Vietnam.
They were commonly called "Hippies," or "dropouts."
South Vietnam are the non-communist side of Vietnam, which supported by the US vastly on war supplies, troops, and other thing to fights against the North Vietnam (the communist side).
American involvement in the Tet Offensive, many Vietnamese were died and wounded. Simultaneously, North Vietnam and South Vietnam united to fight US.
B52 Nixon, Commander in Chief; used the B52 against North Vietnam more than any other US president.
global war on terrisom
The US wanted the railroads that is why they were against the involvement of the Boxer rebellion.
Because of US Policy to fight communism.
How did Martin Luther King, Jr., refer to the U.S. involvement in Vietnam?
The United States Increased aid to the French in Vietnam. (NN) because the US was against Communism.