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Why did the US end its involvement with the Vietnam War?

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The United States realized that it could not win a limited engagement war against an enemy which was being heavily resupplied by China. Congress quit appropriating money for the war, and public opinion was becoming overwhelmingly anti-war.

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How did US involvement in the Vietnam war end?

The US involvement in the Vietnam war ended when the US withdrew troops in 1973. The Vietnam war did not actually end until 1975.


How did Nixon achieve an end to US involvement in Vietnam?

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Support of the French efforts in Indochina. US involvement in Vietnam began long before the actual Vietnam War.


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They approved the funding.


Did England support the US' involvement of the Vietnam War?

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What was the outcome of the us involvement in Vietnam war?

A communist victory.


What was the US involvement in the Vietnam War was based in part on a policy to?

Containment .


Did American people support us involvement in the Vietnam war?

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What is the reason for the US involvement in both the Korean War and the Vietnam War?

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US military advisers in '55.


Where did the us involvement in the Vietnam war end?

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Why did Nixon introduce a policy of vietnamization?

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How long was the US invovled in Vietnam war?

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Who was responsible for the US involvement in the Vietnam War?

US Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon.


What US foreign policy was used to justify US involvement in the Vietnam War?

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What was the Vietnam War like before US involvement?

US involvement began while the French were trying to recreate their colony, so it was already a war or insurgency when US troops arrived.


How did the Vietnam war end for the US?

The US redeployed; North Vietnam won the war (decisively).


Which was not a justification for the increase in US involvement in Vietnam?

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When was America's involvement in the Vietnam war?

President Eisenhower sent US Military Advisers to South Vietnam in 1955.