The most immediate effect of the Vietnam War was the staggering death toll. The war killed an estimated 2 million Vietnamese civilians, 1.1 million North Vietnamese troops, 200,000 South Vietnamese troops, and 58,000 U.S. troops. Those wounded in combat numbered tens of thousands more. The massive U.S. bombing of both North and South Vietnam left the country in ruins, and the U.S. Army's use of herbicides such as Agent Orange not only devastated Vietnam's natural environment but also caused widespread health problems that have persisted for decades.
It mirrored US effects.
Communist N. Vietnam won the war. So whatever political & social aspects are contained in "communism" that was the outcome.
Limited war=no nuclear weapons allowed
The military draft.
The effects of the Vietnam war were devistating. Leaving many deragened and mental.
The social and cultural effects of the war was the aspect of communism thought to be spreading through the world. The war for the religious troops was to stop the communist views spreading as communists do not believe in religion.
They saw the Vietnam War and oppression against blacks as symptoms of the same unjust political, economic, and social systems.
What was a major political consequence of the Vietnam war
North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam; the Republic of South Vietnam disappeared. and the united country of just one Vietnam was created as a communist nation.
The Kent State shootings symbolized the social and political divide of that time due to the Vietnam War. They also sparked many other protests all over the country.
Adults are now 18 instead of 21. The draft was eliminated. $167 billion spent on the Vietnam war by Johnson. This was the only war the US ever lost. Because of this, people lost faith in their government, they felt insecure (America was always seen as invincible), and they shuned American soldiers who fought in this war.
the Vietnam war
search about foreign policy and its effects... had a big impact on other countries other than America as well.
Australia is located in the Asian sphere.
When NVA Tank #844 crashed thru the South Vietnamese Capital's front gates in April 1975: South Vietnam became part of communist North Vietnam.
They were the commanders.
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The North maintained a communist government and the South adhered to a thriving capitalistic government.
See: Statistics from the Vietnam War. Recommended by the History Channel.
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