The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.
Nixon achieved an end to the US involvement in Vietnam by negotiating with North Vietnam. An agreement on a cease fire and withdrawal helped end the US involvement.
It was part of the cold war.
global war on terrisom
Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.
They approved the funding.
A communist victory.
no they did not support it
North Vietnam took over and united the country.
to stop a civil war from happenin
The cold war/communist aggression.
US military advisers in '55.
It ended officially with the Paris Peace Accords negotiated by Henry Kissenger and ratified by the U.S. Congress.
to end us involvement in the Vietnam war, by tranferring all military responsibilities to the South Vietnamese soldiers
Most historians accept the year 1961 as the beginning of US military involvement in Vietnam.
US Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.
The "Domino Theory".
US involvement began while the French were trying to recreate their colony, so it was already a war or insurgency when US troops arrived.
The US redeployed; North Vietnam won the war (decisively).
The fear of being invaded was not a justification for the increase in US involvement in Vietnam. The US withdrew from Vietnam in 1975.
President Eisenhower sent US Military Advisers to South Vietnam in 1955.