The issue of US involvement in Vietnam was deeply divisive in America itself, perhaps more so than any other issue in the 20th century. American involvement was also very costly in terms of lives (American and Vietnamese) and achieved nothing worthwhile. Others will no doubt have different views on this.
No military involvement.
The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.
Vietnam was not a war it was an action.
Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.
global war on terrisom
Over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in the Vietnam War.
It was part of the cold war.
Mexico was neutral.
The korean 'war', if officially considered a war, as opposed to a 'police action', would predate the vietnam war, which has also been referred to as a 'conflict'. Semantics aside, u.s. 'involvement' in korea predated u.s. 'involvement' in vietnam.
Australia deployed a regiment of their Centurion tanks to Vietnam.
He was the President (Leader) of North Vietnam.
Because they believed theVietnamWar was a civil war , which it was, and that our involvement was unnecessary.
They approved the funding.
A communist victory.
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Australia was in Vietnam as part of Britains alliance with the USA. Australia was there in a police action as was USA, not at war with Vietnam.
Psychiatric and physical health problems were both long term consequences of the Vietnam war. Decades after the war many are still dealing with these issues.
Great Britain stayed out of it. Australia and New Zealand fought in South Vietnam.
SEATO required a unanimous vote from all members, which it never recieved, for involvement in the Vietnam War. So, some of the countries that were part of SEATO participated in the war, on behalf of America's request.