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There IS no North and South Vietnam, only Vietnam. After the US withdrew combat forces from South Vietnam, North Vietnam violated the peace agreement, invaded and conquered South Vietnam. Game over.

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Actually it is not. Even though the North area of Vietnam is under China and very close to the North Asia as well, the whole country is considered to be in the South-East Asia. Moreover, in 1995, Vietnam became a member of ASEAN which is stand for Association of Southeast Asian Nations,this action indirectly confirmed that Vietnam and North Vietnam also are not in the North of Asia.

The Vietnam War was a type of proxy war. Although it was essentially North Vietnam vs. South Vietnam, the North was heavily subsidized by the U.S.S.R. and China. The South was supported by the United States and their allies. So while the cold war was mostly a stand-off without violence between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, the communist countries banded together to help North Vietnam fight U.S. military without any major "direct" involvement.

It was part of North Vietnam's strategy to stand alone against the United States. North Vietnam's plan was to be the "under-dog" against the giant; when viewed by the outside world. A plan that worked pretty well. Southern communists, living in South Vietnam called the Viet Cong, took orders from North Vietnam, and were allies of the North.

Do you mean: "What does ARVN mean? (What does ARVN stand for?). ARVN was an acronym for Army Republic (South) Vietnam. NVA was the counterpart and stood for North Vietnamese Army.

The North had Ho Chi Minh, who was very popular throughout Vietnam and especially in the North. The South had the United States and France who were eager to stand up against socialism and therefore put in place Emperor Bao Dai. The North gained tremendous support from communist China and the Soviet Union. The South had the backing of the United States, South Korea, and a few other countries. The country became a proxy for the whole cold war, and hundreds of thousands died as a result.

The Republic of Vietnam - RVN - (also known as South Vietnam), was formed by the Geneva Conference in 1954, and was dissolved and merged into the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1975.

When you stand at the North Pole, you stand on the ice frozen over the Arctic Ocean -- sea level. When you stand at the South Pole, you stand on the continent of Antarctica and about 9,000 feet of ice.

That would be President Richard Nixon, 1969 to 1973, who tried and failed to get the South Vietnamese to take over the fighting in South Vietnam from the Allied nations fighting there, especially the USA. In 1975, North Vietnam launched a 55 day invasion of South Vietnam and defeated the corrupt and incompetent nation that could never stand on it's own two feet. President Gerald Ford gave up on South Vietnam, feeling that the USA had done more than enough to try and keep the country free and independent.

The union stood for the north and the confederate stood for the south.

The Vietnam War demonstrated to the world, that the US would make a stand against communist aggression. The loss of South Vietnam was a temporary blow to US morale.

The NVA was an extremely aggressive army. They rolled into South Vietnam with conventional forces; tanks and infantry. No army on earth had been bombed the way the NVA had been bombed (relentlessly) by B-52 bombers. That toughed their cadre (because that's all they had left after such bombing). Any army that's tough enough to with-stand YEARS of B-52 bombing, would find it a "cake walk" (easy) when it came to invading South Vietnam (with no further B52 bombings). And they did...

If you stand at the South Pole, you see the sun set in the North. If you stand at the North Pole, you see the sun set in the South. If you stand anywhere else on Earth, you see the sun set in the West. To see the sun set in the East, you have to be off-planet, or travel very quickly from East to West. West

News stands for north east west and south

Yes they stand at the 38th parallel

When you stand at the North Pole, you're standing on Arctic sea ice -- sea level. When you stand at the South Pole, you're standing on about 9,000 feet -- 2,700 meters -- of ice.

No matter what direction you face when you stand at the south pole, you're facing north. So north.

The farthest you can get from the equator is to stand on the north pole or the south pole.The north pole is at 90 degrees north latitude. The south pole is at 90 degrees south latitude.

Stretford End (west), the United Road Stand (North) , Main stand ( South) and The away stand (east).

The south Pole is most southern point on the earth. If you stand there, then any direction you can face is north.

The angle of Polaris above the northern horizon is very nearly equal to your north latitude, within about 1/3 of a degree. So it's over your head when you stand at the north pole, it sits nominally on your north horizon when you stand anywhere on the equator, and if you're south of the equator, you can never see it at all.

North, East, West and South North, East, West and South Actually, news stands for: N-News E-Entertainment W-Weather S-Sports

Latitude 90° North is the location of the north pole. Latitude 90° South is the location of the south pole. Longitude is irrelevant at either pole, because ALL longitudes converge there. When you stand at either pole, you stand at all longitudes.

If you are facing the south pole, you are facing south. As soon as you step on the south pole itself, all directions are north, no matter where you face.

they have an electro megnetic current that rises from the north pole to the south pole

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