Over 50,000 Australian Servicemen fought in the Vietnam War.
they got involved because we the US did not want communism to spread.
The U.S.A got involved in the Vietnam conflict because General Eisenhower wanted to stop the spread of communism.He also wanted to seize the monopoly on the Rise production coming out of Vietnam.
Five presidents played a part in the conflict. Eisenhower started sending in military advisers. Then Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and finally Gerald Ford got the US out of it.
Dwight D. Eisenhower was the president that got America involved in the Vietnamese War.
Part of the ANZUS alliance.
They got involved because the ther teams needed help.
Vietnam was a French colony, called French Indochina. The French were involved in the beginning. When they 'left' the US got involved. There were some other countries with much less involvement as well, Australia also had a few soldiers there.
When Britain got involved because at the time it was a colony of Great Britain.
He tried to pull America out of the war which eventually got him assasinated.
The US tried to stop Communist North Vietnam from taking over the Free Republic of South Vietnam.
Not in Vietnam they weren't. Maybe in some other parts of the world.
The French fought there for ten years.
It was a misunderstanding by president Lyndon Johnson that got the US deeper involved in the Vietnam conflict,
The Red Scare. Americans got involved in the Vietnam war to prevent the spread of communism and to free the south vietnamese from it who were opposed to a communist government. This ultimately failed.
Vietnam started as a civil war with French interference, and fairly soon the US and CCCP got involved.
North Vietnam, Southern communist guerillas living in South Vietnam (VC-Viet Cong), supported with WAR MATERIAL from Communist (Red) China and the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialistic Republics). Against the United States of America, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand, South Vietnam, and South Korea.
korea, united states, ussr, vietnam, and germany?
umm it was the U.S and the union
The U.S got involved in The Korean war and Vietnam for many reasons. The U.S got involved in the Korean War because the United Nations called upon all member countries to help support South Korea. The United States had a relationship and treaties with South Vietnam so when the North attacked it was our duty to honor our relationship.
America got involved in Vietnam in the attempt to stop communism. When Vietnam actually started in the 60's, there was a law that stated any country needing assistance in a war involving communism we would become involved no questions asked. What is that law you ask? I am still trying to find that answer.
The Korean war.
The USA wanted to stop the spread of communism through the world
Answer:How--The Presidents of the United States (Eisenhower, Kennedy, Nixon, and Johnson) continually sent troops and supplies to South Vietnam to fight and aid the South Vietnamese and French. When--The U.S. got involved starting in about 1953 or 1954. Why--Eisenhower thought that if North Vietnam won, communism would spread throughout Southeast Asia. This became know as the "Domino Theory." Kennedy and the following presidents just continued the job.