This is the main one- South Vietnam and its supporters were not sufficient enough to defeat Communist North Vietnam, who had the help of China and other Communist countries. So the South was defeated, the North took over the South and combined South and North into one country, Vietnam. Due to the whole country becoming Communist many South Viets fled the country as refugees.
The all volunteer military.
Communist N. Vietnam won the war. So whatever political & social aspects are contained in "communism" that was the outcome.
The outcomes were NOT the same: 1. Communists were stopped at the 38th parallel in the Korean War. 2. Communists conquered South Vietnam (winning the war) in April 1975.
Better equipment; all volunteer military; 18 age voting (instead of age 21).
When NVA Tank #844 crashed thru the South Vietnamese Capital's front gates in April 1975: South Vietnam became part of communist North Vietnam.
the Vietnam war
No, the Vietnam War was in Vietnam
The US political outcome after the war ended, was also disrupted by the Watergate scandal. Vice President Ford had to complete President's Nixon's term of office.
The Vietnam War ended in 1975.
Both wars concerned communist aggression. Reds lost in Korea, but won in Vietnam.
With North Vietnam (not Vietnam; Vietnam was created after the war). No, the US did not win the war.
Air war-North Vietnam Ground war-South Vietnam