Major General A. L. McDonald was Australia's commander in Vietnam.
the French lost the Vietnam war
The French had fought there from 1946 to 1954; 1st Indochina War or French Indochina War.
Johnson was commander in chief. As commander, he escalated the war to a conventional level.
The originally owned Vietnam. (French Indochina)
French was a second language in Vietnam during the war.
One of the main reasons was to separate the Vietnam War from the French War or French Vietnam War (which is often referred to as the French Indochina War; and lately, the 1st Indochina War). To makes things simple: The French Indochina War and the US (American) Vietnam War, might be the easiest way to remember it.
Orders from the Commander in Chief.
The French were involved with Vietnam from 1887-1954. The actual French Indochina War was 1946-1954.
Nixon served in the USN during WWII; he was commander in chief during the Vietnam War.
The Vietnam War started.
The 1st IndoChina War, also called the "French Indo-China War", or the "French Vietnam War."
French Indochina War (1946-1954).
Yes. Vietnam was a French colony. They lost a Vietnam War and were thrown out of Vietnam before America tried to win a war in Vietnam. America also lost a Vietnam War.
The French Indochina War.
Harkins, Westmoreland, Abrams.
Their war was '46 to '54.
The French fought the 1st Indochina War (1946-1954). (Also known as the French-Vietnam War). The US fought the 2nd Indochina War (1961-1973). (Also known as the US-Vietnam War)
The Commander in Chief, President Nixon.
General Giap VM commander.
General William Westmoreland.
Unfortunately, before the Vietnam War, as you know it, Vietnam was still embroiled in war. Another words, before the Vietnam War, there already was another war in Vietnam...the 1st Indochina War (also called the French War). And before the French War was the Japanese occupation during WWII...which was a guerrilla war fought against Imperial Japanese occupation forces (supported by the US/Allies).
Before World War Two, Vietnam had been part of the French Empire.There had been fighting in Vietnam for decades before the Vietnam War began.
french general, commander in chief of the allied armies during world war 1?