North andand America
The UN fought in Korea. Not Vietnam.
For the US, over 2 1/2 million US Servicemen fought in Vietnam. For other nations, see website: Vietnam War.
The American Revolution was fought for independence from Britain. The French Indochina War was fought for independence from France; aka 1st Indochina War. The American Vietnam War was fought against communism. Had nothing to do with independence. North Vietnam and South Vietnam were already independent nations.
A military officer that fought in the Vietnam War. A Vietnam War soldier would be a "soldier that fought in the Vietnam War.
WWI, WWII, and Vietnam were fought against the nations of Germany, Italy, Japan, and North Vietnam respectively. No "nation" is at war with the "nations" of Iraq or Afghanistan. Those are law enforcement acts of violence occurring in those nations. Traditionally, a war is fought between two flags (two governments). Criminals (terrorists) have no flag (no government).
The Air War was fought over North Vietnam; the Ground War was fought in South Vietnam.
Japan fought Vietnam during that war
The State That Fought At The Vietnam War Was The united States
The "Air War" was fought over North Vietnam. The "Ground War" was fought in South Vietnam.
Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US
Actual nations in the war were: North Vietnam verses US/New Zealand/Philippines/Thailand/Australia/South Korea/South Vietnam
60,000 people in the war fought the air force of vietnam.
The Vietnam War was fought.
No. The Vietnam War and WW2 were fought for different reason. The Vietnam War was fought to stop the spread of Communism while WW2 was fought to stop Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.
Two nations (countries) (with their allies) were at war with each other in Vietnam. No nations are at war with Afghanistan.
The war was fought in both North & South Korea. This contrasts with Vietnam, in which the ground war was totally fought in South Vietnam; however, the USAF/USN fought the AIR WAR over NORTH Vietnam.
The British fought in Korea, not Vietnam.
Australia never fought Vietnam.
If this person is asking who fought beside them as an ally, the answer is the U.S. But they, later on, gave up about 2 months after the war started.
Vietnam was part of the COLD WAR. It was fought to stop the spread of communism.
See: Statistics about the Vietnam War
During the Cold War, the US fought with Vietnam because of Communism
North Vietnam verses South Vietnam. Which is one of the reasons people thought it was a civil war and the US should stay out of it. But that idea is incorrect: A civil war is fought by ONE nation against itself. Just because the word "Vietnam" or "Vietnamese" was in the sentence (North & South Vietnam) does not mean it was one nation. Vietnam was TWO nations; and the North was attacking the South, which was another nation (country), which disqualifies it as a civil war.
Vietnam war was fought during Johnson's term.
War fought to stop communist aggression.
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