South Vietnam was considered an ally of the US.
Yes, the US was an ally and protector of the Republic of Vietnam, commonly referred to as South Vietnam. The US was however not an ally of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, commonly referred to as North Vietnam.
Thailand was an ally of the US.
Australia was, and remains, an ally of the US.
Australia, SOUTH Korea, South Vietnam, New Zealand, Thailand, Philippines.
US, S. Korea, S. Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand, New Zealand.
Australia was an ally of the US and sent troops to fight in both WWII and Vietnam.
South Vietnam was our ally and the US did not want the communist N. Vietnam to conquer them. The whole Cold War era thing was wack!
For me Vietnam defeated US in the Vietnam War. Because North Vietnam conquered Southern Vietnam. And Southern Vietnam is a democratic country and an ally of US. The US Military was restricted by the political situation and was not able to wage war in an effective manner. Because of political pressure, the necessary military resources could not be deployed.
Ally refers to wars; the US is not at war with any nation. The US is friendly with nations and participates in free trade with many countries, Vietnam is one of them.
Australia was an ally of the US and sent combat troops to assist in the fight against communist forces in Vietnam.
Australia became our ally in the war.
The Philippines consider them as an Ally, Spain-American War. WW2, Vietnam,Korea war. War on Terror.
The whole world seemed to be getting on the anti-Vietnam War band wagon, and any nation that disagreed with the US, quite naturally disagreed with any ally of the US...which included Australia.
USA lost to north Vietnam not south. The south was their ally.
they was a ally as should be and will always be our friends
Because the Vietnam war was fought between Vietnam and the US
Australia was a US ally that helped stop the communists in Korea; and helped the US try to stop them again in Vietnam.
NO. "Ally" is a strong term and usually refers to a country with which the US has a military exchange and/or a convergence on particular political goals that are distinct from the binary relationship between the two states. The United States and Vietnam are on good terms, but since they do not have military cooperation and have minimal political goals outside of their binary relationship, it would be improper to call Vietnam a US ally.However, Vietnam-US relations are relatively recent. A rapprochement between the Vietnamese government and the US government began in the mid-1990s, two decades after Vietnam defeated the United States in the Second Indochinese War (called the Vietnam War in Western countries and the American War in Vietnam).
The US was at war with North Vietnam (informally-not with documents signed/declaration of war).
We were at war with Vietnam because they disagreed with us about something.
The Growth of communism The domino theory The cold war The French loosing control of Vietnam (the French were an ally of the American) The belief that communism was an international conspiracy
with what former ally did the us begin to complete in the cold war
Nationalist China was an ally but did not send troops. The others were neutral.
If this person is asking who fought beside them as an ally, the answer is the U.S. But they, later on, gave up about 2 months after the war started.