The South Vietemese leaders knew that he would lose the elections. (APEX)
President Eisenhower did not allow an election.
The country of Vietnam had divided into communist North Vietnam and democratic South Vietnam, and was fighting a civil war to determine if the country would be reunified as a communist nation, or if it would remain a divided nation. Untimately, North Vietnam prevailed.
North Vietnam north of the Z, and South Vietnam south of the Z.
It no longer is. The conclusion of the Vietnam War saw the North and the South rejoin into one country.
North Korea and south Korea and also North and South Vietnam
The north Vietnamese were fighting with the south Vietnamese because the (north) wanted to impliment a communist government and the Viet-cong (south) wanted to remain as they were.
Vietnam was divided into north and south at the 17th parallel by the Geneva Accords of 1954.
North: To re-unite with the south, under a communist regime. South: To remain a free Republic of South Vietnam.
Korea and Vietnam and sudan
The DMZ, or demilitarized zone. The line divided north and south Vietnam at the 17th Parallel.
In 1956, it divided Vietnam at the 17th parallel into North and South Vietnam. They remained that way until the South Vietnam government surrendered to North Vietnam forces in April, 1975.
Like Korea; a north and south Korea divided at the 38th parallel. Only it would be a north and south Vietnam divided at the 17th parallel.
They were divided along the 17th Parallel, with a one-mile DMZ between them.
Which Vietnam is good North or South
Vietnam was divided into four different areas with I Corp in the North and IV Corps in the South of the South of the country.
Vietnam reunited in 1976 after the end of the Vietnam war, South Vietnam (democratic side) losing to North Vietnam (communist side).
From 1954 to 1975, Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel. In April, 1975, North Vietnam troops accepted the surrender of South Vietnam from its president, thereby unifying Vietnam into a single country.
East and West Germany; North and South Korea; North and South Vietnam.
The north Vietnamese wanted south Vietnam reunited with north Vietnam
There is no North and South in Vietnam. Just Vietnam.
Between 1954 and 1975, there were two Vietnams: a North Vietnam and a South Vietnam; divided at the 17th parallel.
Communist NORTH Vietnam wanted to re-unite with it's SOUTHERN half; SOUTH Vietnam. The US backed South Vietnam desired to remain a non-communist Republic of South Vietnam. Because the "Communists" were involved, and this was the cold war era; the US had to stop & contain communism. The North attacked the South, the South resisted...Vietnam War.
In 1954 after the conclusion of the French Indochina War.
Hanoi north of the 17th parallel and Saigon south of it.