. The last US troops left Vietnam in 1975.
Thailand sent troops to South Vietnam.
Believe it or not, the first troops into Vietnam were not conventional troops. They were actually the Green Berets, or the 10th Special Operations Forces. They were there to train the South Vietnamese to fight the Guerrilla Vietcong in South Vietnam. They first went in country in the 1950's.
Canada Did not send troops to Vietnam.
To fight communism. To stop a communist nation (North Vietnam) from taking over a non-communist country (SOUTH Vietnam).
The plan for the gradual removal of American troops from south Vietnam was called Vietnamization. South Vietnamese troops were trained to use American arms and materiel to protect their country.
The South Vietnamese Army surrendered in April of '75. South Vietnam was a defeated nation in April '75. The victorious Northern troops were stationed through out the new country of Vietnam (there was no more N. or S. Vietnam after '75).
From 1954 to 1975, Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel. In April, 1975, North Vietnam troops accepted the surrender of South Vietnam from its president, thereby unifying Vietnam into a single country.
U.S. president Kennedy said many troops to Vietnam to fight the Vietnam War.
the north and south are one country, not taken over by anyone.
Australia maintained a military force of approximately 8,000 men in country during the Vietnam War.
France called Vietnam a colony of theirs. When French troops left in 1954, th UN divided Vietnam into North and South Vietnam.
Kennedy was the first president to send troops to Vietnam (others before him sent advisors, but not troops), Johnson escalated the number of troops... Nixon got us out of Vietnam.
Republic of South Vietnam (no longer exists).
Nixon pulled out 540,000 troops, out of Vietnam, during his "Vietnamization". The remaining 27,000 troops were pulled out in 1973.
Why US troops at Thailand tdy's in Vietnam 1962?
The first American combat troops landed in Vietnam on March 8, 1965. These troops, 3,500 Marines, landed near Da Nang in South Vietnam.
By the end of 1965, the United States had 184,300 troops in Vietnam.
The American Military pulled the troops out of Vietnam because of political pressure on the home front.
yes they had at least 300 troops their
Conventional forces in large numbers began arriving in country in '65.
By landing troops with superior weapons, this is the way any country subjugates another.
The North took over Saigon shortly after U.S. troops pulled out of Nam, resulting in the country being taken over by communism.
They were US troops, not hispanic troops. Approximately 170,000 American males of Hispanic descent served in the Vietnam War.
Kennedy was asked to send additional troops to Vietnam. He sent additional troops and military advisors over to Vietnam to help.
When President Nixon took office there was approximately 536,100 American troops in Vietnam. President Nixon immediately started reducing the number of troops in Vietnam.