Well, for one thing, North Vietnam no longer existed after the war. There was only "a Vietnam." Secondly, the former "North" Vietnam was the victor during the war...and the victor seldom needs economic aid. And third, the victor was a communist enemy during the cold war...the Commander in Chief, President Nixon, in all probability wouldn't have aided and abetted the enemy.
The victor writes the rules. Conquerors need no treaties. North Vietnam conquered South Vietnam (defeated South Vietnam)...there was no treaty.
In both the Vietnam & US Civil War the south was the loser & the north was the victor.
the Vietnam war
With North Vietnam (not Vietnam; Vietnam was created after the war). No, the US did not win the war.
Air war over North Vietnam. Ground war in South Vietnam; Riverine war in South Vietnam.
The Vietnam War ended in 1975.
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 Vietnamese lived in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
See: Vietnam War & Statistics about the Vietnam War
The Korean War came after the Vietnam War.
North Vietnam stopped the Vietnam War; by winning it.
No, the Vietnam War was in Vietnam
the war between Vietnam and the USA the winner was Vietnam
A military officer that fought in the Vietnam War. A Vietnam War soldier would be a "soldier that fought in the Vietnam War.
The Vietnam War was a product of the "Cold War."
The Vietnam War was part of the cold war.
No cold war=No Vietnam War
See the website on "Vietnam". But be advised, there was NO "North Vietnam" after the war ended...Just VIETNAM.
Vietnam war was from 1966 to 1972
See: Vietnam War
Air war-North Vietnam Ground war-South Vietnam
See: Vietnam war statistics
Yes, the Vietnam War was well, a war as you can tell because it says it in its name Vietnam WAR! so ya........ it is..............
The US was at war with North Vietnam (informally-not with documents signed/declaration of war).