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To preserve the REPUBLIC of South Vietnam from being taken over by the communists.
The American support was to help a democratic South Vietnam from being taken over by Communist North Vietnam.
To prevent South Vietnam from being taken over by communists.
the north and south are one country, not taken over by anyone.
North Vietnam maintained its independent status, while South Vietnam was taken over by North Vietnam.
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Preserve the Republic of South Vietnam from being taken over by Communist NORTH Vietnam. To keep one country from conquering another country; like in WW2.
North Vietnam, in contradiction to the peace agreement it had entered into, in 1975 conducted a full-scale conventional invasion of South Vietnam and took it over.
He provided support to South Vietnam.
The US objective was to bolster the government of South Vietnam and keep it from being taken over by North Vietnam. The US spent much money and human life trying to achieve this goal, but in 1975 South Vietnam collapsed under a North Vietnamese invasion.
Vietnam was a divided country, formerly the French colony of Indochina, on the southeast coast of mainland Asia. It is west of the Philippines across the South China Sea.The air war was fought over the skies of North Vietnam. The ground war was fought in South Vietnam. The US Navy's riverine wars were fought in the rivers & swamps of South Vietnam.There was some action taken in Cambodia and Laos, typically air raids and a few ground sorties.The Vietnam war was fought mostly in Vietnam. Some fighting occured in the nearby countries of Laos and Cambodia. At that time the country was divided into North Vietnam and South Vietnam. The U.S. was trying to help South Vietnam. Vietnam is located on the Asian continent somwhat south of China and bordering on the Pacific Ocean.
After the U.S. evacuated the American embassy in Saigon, North Vietnam which had already taken over much of South Vietnam invaded Saigon. They met little resistance. The war continued into the 1980s. The South Vietnamese were left under equipped and poorly trained. South Vietnam was united with North Vietnam. Only this time it was a communist country. Saigon was renamed Ho Chi Mihn City after the North's late leader, Ho Chi Mihn
After World War 2, the French went back to Vietnam (formerly their territory) in an attempt to reclaim it, but the Soviets had already taken North Vietnam. The Soviets helped establish Northern Vietnam, and left it to run itself. The French claimed South Vietnam, leading to a struggle between the two countries. The French battled North Vietnam on multiple occasions, but ultimately gave up. The U.S entered Vietnam in order to prevent North Vietnam from invading South Vietnam, but North Vietnam had the majority of support. While the North Vietnamese Army invaded from the North, Vietnamese insurgents (Viet Cong) used guerilla tactics in South Vietnam to disrupt U.S/NATO operations.
Troops began coming home in 1973, and complete evacuation was completed by 1975 when the south was taken over.
President Lyndon Johnson was a hawk, and believed that if action wasn't immediately taken, Vietnam, like much of South Asia would be taken over by the communists. While many of his advisors agreed that a more aggressive approach was needed in Vietnam, many also objected to his desire to wait until after the election to send in the troops.
The French were forced to withdraw and release their hold on their former colony. Vietnam was divided between North and South, with a plebiscite to decide on its form of government to be held. The US prevented that vote from being taken.
France had taken Vietnam as a a colony in 1887 as part of its program of Imperialism in the 19th century.
Approximately 2,594,000 US servicemen served in the Vietnam War.
The communist North Vietnamese and the Capitalist South Vietnamese did not agree with eachother's form of government. The communist North Vietnamese, backed and supplied by Russia, invaded South Vietnam with the help of militia groups called the Vietcong, attempting to make the whole country communist. The South Vietnamese, supplied and supported by the US, fought back against the North Vietnamese but were eventually defeated after US troops were taken out of Vietnam in 1975.
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Because if it had taken place in Cambodia, it would have been called the "Cambodian War".
As part of the plan to contain communism during the Cold War, the US sought to keep the capitalist South Vietnam from being taken over by the communist North Vietnam (an ally of China and the USSR). Doing so meant fighting the infiltrating North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and the Viet Cong guerrillas in the south. The fighting extended into the bordering countries of Laos and Cambodia. It also eventually meant attacking North Vietnam directly on a controversially limited basis.
The last ruler of Persia was someone and she was taken over by a large 8-year old pony.
South Vietnamese military personnel (ARVN's mostly) had to be very careful about hating their government. Getting "pinned with the label VC" was not to be taken lightly by ANYONE in South Vietnam. Frontier justice could be administered just about anytime by anyone...as the news media found out during a "certain execution" caught on film, and shown world wide; in 1968.[[Democratic]] [A+LS] Students :)
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