The capital of the Republic of South Vietnam (RVN); Saigon.
South Vietnam's surrender to North Vietnam is what ended the Vietnam War. The North Vietnamese had the goal of Vietnamese Unification and the surrender of South Vietnam in 1975 allowed them to achieve that objective.
The Viet Cong were a cadre of patriot civilians in South Vietnam who were willing to fight for Vietnam's unification. The North Vietnamese Army was assembled and trained in the North, and sent south to fight to discourage and remove the United States and their allies from what they called the 'occupation' of South Vietnam.
Was a Cold War conflict. A protracted military conflict (1954-1975) between South Vietnam, supported by United States forces, and Communist North Vietnam. The war resulted in a North Vietnamese victory and unification of Vietnam under Communist rule.
The north Vietnamese wanted south Vietnam reunited with north Vietnam
The Vietnam War was fought in North and South Vietnam. The main belligerents were the South Vietnamese and the United States against the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong.
North Vietnamese occupied North Vietnam; they were communists.
The leader of North Vietnam was Ho Chi Mihn.
They were overrun by the North Vietnamese after the US ground forces withdrew.
If by the North Vietnamese you mean during the Vietnam war their goal was to unite all of Vietnam under a communist regime. Which was successful.
Are you talking about a North Vietnamese or South Vietnamese EMBASSY? There would have been no such thing as a Vietnamese Embassy during the Vietnam War. There was no country called Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
For North Vietnam or South Vietnam? The North Vietnamese were known simply as the 'North Vietnamese Army' (NVA) to US forces, but their actual title was Vietnam Peoples' Army, as it common practice in Communist states. The South Vietnamese Army was referred to as the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN).