Who was the president of US during Vietnam?
The Vietnam war was for 14 years (1959-1975), so there were more than one president during the war. The presidents were Dwight Eiesnhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon and Gerlad Ford.
The president of the USA for a major time of the Vietnam War was Lyndon Johnson.
Presidents Johnson and Nixon
President Johnson believed that the US could defeat north Vietnam because the US had won WWII with firepower, and the US had the most firepower on earth during the Vietnam War.
Did President Carter supported a policy of amnesty for men who left the US to avoid the draft during the Vietnam War?
President Carter did not support the amnesty for men who left the US to avoid the draft during the Vietnam war due to his will to win the war and defeat Vietnam.
FDR was the US president during WWII, he died in 1945. LBJ was the US president during the Viet War.
Johnson & Nixon.
Kennedy & Johnson.
Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford were all presidents during the Vietnam War
LBJ was the first US president to send conventional combat troops to RVN and the first president to begin openly bombing North Vietnam.
1955-President Eisenhower sends US Advisers to Vietnam. 1961-President Kennedy sends US Special Forces (Green Beret) to Vietnam. 1963-US President Kennedy & S. Viet President Diem are assassinated. 1965-US President Johnson sends US Regulars to Vietnam; and begins an Air Campaign against NORTH Vietnam (Operation Rolling Thunder). 1969-President Nixon orders "offensive" B-52 bombardment against North Vietnam, ground invasions of neighboring countries, secret B-52 bombings of neutral countries, and withdrawals of US personnel. 1975-President Ford evacuates US/Allied… Read More
During the Vietnam War, the President was Ho Chi Minh.
Lyndon Johnson was the President of the US during the Vietnam War from the assassination of John Kennedy until the election of Richard Nixon.
ho chi minh was the president of north VVietnam during the Vietnam war
Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford.
JFK (same year as Diem/1963).
President Reagan during the Iraq-Iran Persian Gulf War; Truman for the Korean War; Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford for Vietnam.
He may have visited there but he was not a wartime president during the Vietnam war. It was over for the US before he gained the office of the presidency.
US involvement in Vietnam (then French Indochina) began during WWII, in supporting the Viet Mihn against the Japanese occupiers. US involvement against Ho Chi Mihn dates back to the French Indochina War, during which time Dwight D. Eisenhower was president.
Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford.
Leader of North Vietnam, equivalent to the US president during the Viet War.
President Eisenhower sent US advisers to Vietnam in 1955. President Kennedy sent the Special Forces (Green Beret) to Vietnam in 1961. President Johnson sent US Regulars to Vietnam in 1965.
1955-President Eisenhower sends US Advisers to Vietnam. 1961-President Kennedy sends Special Forces (Green Beret) to Vietnam. 1965-President Johnson sends US Regulars to Vietnam. 1969-President Nixon begins OFFENSIVE campaigns against N. Vietnam & Withdrawals in South Vietnam. 1975-President Ford evacuates US/Allied personnel from South Vietnam.
Did The US became actively involved in Vietnam combat during the administration of President Kennedy?
When Nixon ordered "military trainers" to Vietnam, the U.S. then started to become actively involved in Vietnam combat.
The president of north Vietnam was Ho Chi Minh The president of north Vietnam was Ho Chi Minh
See websites: Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, and Ford.
President Gerald Ford.
The US had military advisers in Vietnam under Kennedy, but the was did not really start for the US Johnson became President.
President Eisenhower sent US advisers to Vietnam in 1955.
He was president during the cold war and vietnam.
NO- the actual War occurred after he left office. He did send some military advisers to Vietnam and started the idea of US involvement there.
President Eisenhower sent US advisers to Vietnam in 1955. President Kennedy sent US Special Forces (Green Beret) to Vietnam in 1961. President Johnson sent US regular forces to Vietnam in 1965.
John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon (3 in all)
Who was the president of north Vietnam at the time also who was the president of south Vietnam what happened to the president of south Vietnam and who replaced him as leader?
ANSWER Ho Chi Minh was the president of North Vietnam during the Vietnam War his original name was Nguyen Tat. Diem was the president of South Vietnam. Diem was assassinated Nguyen Van Thien was the president of South Vietnam after him.
Diem & Thieu
Eisenhower. However, Truman no doubt had US personnel present with the French during their war there; as they were receiving US equipment (M24 Chaffee tanks, and WWII Bearcat fighters, etc.). But then again, SOUTH Vietnam did not exist during the French war.
President Eisenhower sent US advisers to Vietnam in 1955. President Kennedy sent Special Forces (Green Beret) to Vietnam in 1961. President Johnson sent regular US combat forces to Vietnam in 1965.
Há»“ ChÃ Minh was president of Vietnam during the 1950's. He was the first president of Vietnam from 1945 September 2 to 1969 September 2.
During the height of Vietnam war, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, was President of the United States of America
No US president fought in the Vietnam War. Eisenhower and Kennedy were the president when the US first became involved. Johnson and Nixon were the president when the serious fighting took place.
The armies of North Vietnam forced the US to give up on the Vietnam War. A treaty formally ending the conflict was signed when Richard Nixon was the US president. The war was started from the US side by President Kennedy and enlarged under President Johnson.
President Eisenhower sent US troops to Vietnam in 1955, President Ford pulled out the last US troops in 1975.
Eisenhower sent the first US military men to Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh.
Diem, later Thieu.
The primary US military activity during Lyndon Johnson's term a President was the Vietnam War, which extended into Cambodia and Laos.
The two presidents during the Vietnam War were JFK, and LBJ.
All US Presidents during the Vietnam War were WWII veterans; the closest US President today (post Vietnam) that comes close to serving in Vietnam was President George Bush Jr. He flew F-102 Delta Daggers with the Texas Air National Guard; a jet that also fought in the Vietnam War...of which about 14 F-102's were lost, one being shot down a NVAF MiG-21 interceptor. Although Bush Jr. did not deploy to South Vietnam, he could've, and… Read More
President Gerald Ford