Who are famous prisoners of Vietnam who stayed at son tay prison?
Son Tay Prison was the scene of the failed rescue attempt (the prisoners had been relocated prior to the raid). Hoa Lo Prison (Hanoi Hilton) held POW's John McCain (Presidential Candidate) & James Stockdale (former Vice Presidential Candidate)...and was toured by Actress (Hanoi Jane) Jane Fonda.
Robben Island was where he stayed in prison.
The UN fought in Korea, they stayed out of Vietnam.
In general prisoners were worked until exhaustion then taken to Auschwitz to be killed. Prisoners would not have stayed in Auschwitz for more than a year, up to 12,000 prisoners were killed per day in Auschwitz.
Great Britain stayed out of it. Australia and New Zealand fought in South Vietnam.
If the reds stayed out of it, the US would've stayed out of it (at least openly).
Carter stayed in prison for 16 6ears before the final trial.
NATO stayed out of it.
The soldiers there kind of stayed and married women there and they gave birth to vietnam-americans.
The UN stayed out of it.
Nelson Mandela stayed in prison for 10,052 days
In 1954, after suffering a large defeat at Dien Bien Phu, the French decided to pull out of Vietnam. The United States stayed in Vietnam another 20 years.
The saying on the front gate is "Work will set you free."
Stalag Luft 3.
Her cabin which she stayed in until she became a part of the crew
they just stayed in their cell and got to go deck for fresh air
Over 1,900 US servicemen were MIA/POW.
Nelson Mandela stayed at Robben Island because he was in prison.
The doves felt like the Vietnam War was not America's concern and that we should have stayed out of it. The were upset as well that they were loosing millions of friends and family.
The US Marshall's Service picked them up; in chains.
Draft dodgers either stayed inconspicuously in the US, or moved to Canada to avoid being drafted, because they did not want to fight in the Vietnam war.
Britain & Canada stayed out of it. New Zealand & Australia sent men to the war.
If it hadn't been for communism, the US would have stayed out of it.
Britain stayed out of it; they let Australia & New Zealand represent them.
The Vietnam war and the Korean war are related because in both wars one half of the country wanted to make the other half communist. But the two wars had different results in the Korean war the north stayed Communist and the south stayed capitalist dividing the country, However in the Vietnam war the country was united and became communist. I hope you find my answer helpful.
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Hitler was arrested on 9th November 1923 in Munich. He stayed in prison for 9 months.
Any British men fighting in Vietnam either enlisted (as the Canadians did) in the US, Australian, or New Zealand militaries. Great Britain itself, stayed out of the war.
Las Vegas is famous and best known for the casinos, the money, gamble, tourism. Famous artist have stayed and lives in Vegas such as Elvis, and tons of famous magicians.
What were the major differences between the New York and Pennsylvania systems in the nineteenth century?
The Pennsylvania system evolved a separate confinement. This idea was conceived for the hardened and atrocious offenders. This system was based on five principles: 1. Prisoners will not serve their sentences by the victims vengeance, but instead have a life changing experience though the difficulties of prison by suffering in a way that will enlighten them. 2. Solitary confinement would prevent criminal activity in prison walls. 3. In Isolation, prisoners would think about the reasons… Read More
I don't know if he stayed with a king, but most famous composers usually preformed for people with a higher rank in class, such as a king, or govenor or people of that sort.
It was the only role. Otherwise the US would have stayed out of it.
Roy Gardner transfered from Leavenworth Annex Prison to Alcatraz in 1934. He stayed there for 2 years until 1936.
North Vietnam wanted to re-unite with South Vietnam. If the North hadn't been a communist nation, nor supplied by the communist superpowers; quite possibly the US would've stayed out of it. But that couldn't have happened anyway...it was the communist superpowers that backed the Viet Minh force against the French to begin with in 1946...which inherently caused a NORTH & SOUTH Vietnam.
In Vietnam, Britain stayed out of the fight; the Australians and New Zealanders fought though!
Stay: A temporary suspension or injunction of an action or process by a usually discretionary judicial or executive order. Usually this means that prison is postponed for a certain length of time provided the guilty party adheres to strict guidelines. If the guidelines are met, the prison sentence will be cancelled. If they are not met, prison results immediately and for the entire length of the originally stayed sentence. I.e. Drug dealer sentenced to 2… Read More
Chances are it would have become more unpopular back home and the progress made will probably be none due to the difficulty in finding the enemy.
Brahms stayed with Robert and Clara Schumann.
there are lots of cool buildings and water parks. you can even see the hotel that Michel Jackson stayed in when he was alive. you also can see where a lot of famous people stayed when they visited the Bahamas
Before her trial Anne Boleyn was held in the Tower of London a royal palace but also a prison. She did NOT stay in a dungeon or nor was she abused in any physical way. She stayed in the Queen's rooms where she had slept before her coronation three years prior.
If you could afford it, you stayed in college on a student deferment. Others with adequate funds fled to Canada or Sweden. Most of the evaders, resisters or draft dodgers that were lucky enough to avoid service in Vietnam came from privileged backgrounds.
Sacajawea discovered Louis and Clark and they stayed with them till they could get back to the USA to there homes.
In the book True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle What was the prison that Charlotte referred to as her proper place?
The cabin that she stayed in before she became apart of the crew. ~Asa S. from the state of Massachusetts
There were two wars: The air war over North Vietnam and the ground war in South Vietnam. The US Air Force and US Navy (aircraft carriers) fought the war in the North. The US Army and Marine Corps fought the war in the South. USMC jets supported their marines in the south. The US Army and US Marine aviation units, for the most part, stayed out of North Vietnam.
As Micheal Esslinger put it in 2009, "Since January 1, 1915 up to the first of last January, 8495 men have passed through this prison."
The majority of Americans were glad when the US withdrew from South Vietnam. The war was a disaster in terms of American casualties and opposition to carrying on the war grew stronger by the day. In retrospect, the US should never have intervened there or, left when the circumstances were not at the level of chaos.
I came here to marry my ex-wife. I stayed here to teach English. Most of the expatriates I know are here for one, or both reasons: love and work.
YES, IF: 1. We used Atomic Weapons. OR 2. If we escalated the war into Cambodia and Laos (to destroy/occupy the Ho Chi Minh Trail). OR 3. If the Soviets and Red Chinese stayed out of the war. OR 4. Invaded North Vietnam & the Soviets and Red Chinese stayed out of the war. (Which wouldn't happen; Red China was ready to mobilize at the drop of a hat!). OR 5. A combination of all… Read More
Obviously the Americans were not fighting the French in South Vietnam from 1955 thru 1975. Threrefore the Vietnamese must have been there by themselves. Such being the case, French must have lost and departed the place years earlier. If the French won the war they would have stayed! And of course the Americans would not have had to go and fight in South Vietnam the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.
What two countries did not commit their forces or provide any significant number of troops inthe Vietnam war?
The whole world stayed out of the war except: North Vietnam, South Vietnam, South Korea, New Zealand, Thailand, Philippines, the US and Australia. Many countries provided supplies & technical support...but as far as supplying fighting men, only those listed above.