Most of the hippies and liberals did not support the. that's why we pulled out of Vietnam during the war. we did not pull out in world war one and because america was geared in for the war, but Vietnam, not all of america was in for it.
Allies of both the United States and Vietnam were two groups that were most likely to support the Vietnam war. The United States would get support from the western world, while Vietnam would receive support from the Muslim world.
The Philippines sent support troops to Vietnam.
The Republic of SOUTH Vietnam.
RVN, Republic of South Vietnam.
The US did not and does not support Vietnam. It trades with it on the open market (free trade) like anybody else. If you're asking about a "War" question, then which Vietnam are you asking about; North or South Vietnam?
China supported Communistic Northern Vietnam in the Vietnam War.
a member of the army of the republic of Vietnam
The US supported South Vietnam
no they did not support it
To put an end to the communist threat that was uprising in Vietnam, which was started by Ho-Chi-Mihn. Also to support the democratic South vietnam.
The south, because that part of Vietnam was non-communist
Chine supported North Vietnam not South Vietnam, and they supported the North as they accepted the Communist doctrine.
China, Russia, and later Cuba.
Congress refused to support South Vietnam any longer.
Early in the Vietnam War, the United States support the leadership of Ngo Dinh Diem. He was assassinated in 1963. Following his death, the next president of South Vietnam was Nguyen Van Thieu.
The UN supported the Korean War, but did NOT support the Vietnam War.
America entered the Vietnam war to stop the spread of Communism
They didn't want the french to control Vietnam or Vietnam to become communist.
If people knew that, they wouldn't have been good spies! They would've been executed ones. -- It was not who, it was what spied on North Vietnam. The U.S. destroyer Maddox spied on North Vietnam in support of the south.
Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.
Congress approved funds to fight the war; that's support.
No there was not much support for the u.s troops back home
Primarily food and medical support.
The US backed South Vietnam. During this time the north was supporting communism and in 1976, the countries reunified into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
ordering the bombing of North Vietnam during peace negotiations