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America fought against North Vietnam, in an unsuccessful attempt to defeat its invasion and conquest of South Vietnam.

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Americans in the Vietnam War were fighting against communist northern Vietnamese.


The USA was fighting with South Vietnam in their fight against North Vietnam and the communists. They were in turn receiving help from China and the Soviet Union, among others.


The USAF was fighting against the North Vietnamese Air Force. The US Army/Marines were fighting against the NVA and VC. The US Navy was fighting against the North Vietnamese Air Force and NVA and VC.


Fighting against communist aggression and the preservation of the Republic of South Vietnam.


It was fighting for democracy and against communism.


The US was representing the free world in it's fight against communist aggression.


Communist north Vietnam was fighting the anti-Communist south Vietnam who had the help of America


The Americans were ultimately fighting against Communism. But they were also fighting against the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet Cong.


To preserve the REPUBLIC of South Vietnam from communist aggression.


The United States didn't fight against South Vietnam in fact they were allies fighting against North Vietnam.




Vietnam wasn't fighting anybody in 1964 because there was no country named Vietnam. There were two nations, one called North Vietnam and another called South Vietnam. Just like the states North Carolina and South Carolina or North Dakota and South Dakota in America...FOUR separate states! In 1964 North Vietnam became engaged in war with America; after the Tonkin Gulf naval battle(s) in August 1964.


Militarily, the forces of North Vietnam (including South Vietnamese sympathizers known as the Viet Cong) were the only units fighting against the U.S. China and Russia both provided material support to the Hanoi government.


America "Helped" Vietnam against "the communists" and i think that's it.


Technically the Vietnam War never ended. They just stopped fighting.


North Vietnam started the war against South Vietnam; the US went to the aid of the South.


Mainly South Vietnam and the United States of America against North Vietnam and the Viet Cong.


It was a war against the spread of communism.


US citizen's who wanted to stop communism were FOR fighting against communism.


Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Philippines, Thailand, and South Vietnam.


they fought against the axis powers in WWII and they fought against America in the Vietnam War


Only the VC (Southern sympathizers living in South Vietnam). The USSR/Red China supplied the war goods. It was part of Hanoi's strategic plan to gain the "sympathy" of "the whole world's watching" through world wide televised combat footage, etc. by fighting alone against the US. North Vietnam would be the "underdog" fighting alone against the world's super power...America. A strategy which ultimately paid off for Hanoi.


America didn't want to be part of: WWI, WWII, Korea, or Vietnam.


A civil war is ONE country fighting with itself; such as the US Civil War (America was fighting itself). Vietnam was never one country until it won the war in 1975. Two separate nations were created in 1954; a NORTH and a SOUTH Vietnam. TWO separate nations were fighting against each other in Vietnam-A North and a South.



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