North& VC living in South VN.
If by the North Vietnamese you mean during the Vietnam war their goal was to unite all of Vietnam under a communist regime. Which was successful.
The Vietnamese lived in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
During the Vietnam War, there were many people who lived in South Vietnam who supported and fought for the North Vietnamese. They were known as the Viet Cong.
North Vietnamese soldiers were referred to as the NVA (North Vietnamese Army) by the GI's in Vietnam, during the war. Southern Communist soldiers living in South Vietnam and fighting in South Vietnam, were called the Viet Cong (VC).
Are you talking about a North Vietnamese or South Vietnamese EMBASSY? There would have been no such thing as a Vietnamese Embassy during the Vietnam War. There was no country called Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
As a show of Communist Solidarity they provided advisers and weaponry.
During the Vietnam War, North Vietnam was communist, and South Vietnam wasn't. Following the war, the unified country is now communist (and is one of the very few remaining communist nations).
To reunite with their southern counterparts.
No. The Communist government of China supplied limited and grudging support to the communist North Vietnamese government.
North Vietnam's prison for US POW's? Or South Vietnam prisons for communist POWs?
To defend against Communist expansion.
The North Vietnamese attacked in force and Vietnam was reunited as a Communist state.
Americans in the Vietnam War were fighting against communist northern Vietnamese.
Thailand was not communist during the war or at anytime since then. Thailand fought for South Vietnam.
See website: Vietnam War
Viet Congs: North communist Vietnamese supporters of the communist Front in North Vietnam during the Vietnam War (known in Vietnam as the American War). The Viet Congs fought against both the government/military of South Vietnam and the armed forces of the United States between 1959 and 1975. They were initially a loose grouping of guerrilla fighters. Quick Note: South Vietnam/South Vietnamese didn't want the communist takeover from communist North Vietnam, they wanted to be a democratic country. U.S. entered the war to stop the spread of communism and support the democratic South Vietnam.
They wanted it under Communist North Vietnamese control; a united Vietnam...what it is today. They won the war, remember?
For North Vietnam or South Vietnam? The North Vietnamese were known simply as the 'North Vietnamese Army' (NVA) to US forces, but their actual title was Vietnam Peoples' Army, as it common practice in Communist states. The South Vietnamese Army was referred to as the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN).
Preserve the Republic of South Vietnam from a communist conquest. to shift the burden of fighting to Vietnamese citizens.
The was conflict between north Vietnam and the South Vietnamese so communist took over and started a war so south vietnamese migrated from vietnamese to other countries and other people got sent to re education camp in vietnam
Ho Chi Minh was at power in North Vietnam during Vietnam War and he was a Communist.
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.
Because he was assassinated in '63.
at the end of the Vietnam war the USA. withdrew from the war and the norther Vietnamese named the Viet Cong took over Vietnam and made Vietnam a communist government
How did the Vietnam war effect the Vietnamese