Many Americans didn't support the Vietnam War because they didn't feel that America should have gotten involved. They did not believe that it was America's place to involve themselves in another countries issues.
A. the government of South Vietnam seemed to lack popular support
About 51000 Americans died in the Vietnam conflict.
As of 2014 there are about 5000 Americans living in Vietnam.
Around 300,000 Americans were wounded in the Vietnam war.
There were approximately 536,100 Americans sent to fight in Vietnam.
A large number of Americans did not support the Vietnam war and actively protested against it. There were changing messages from the government regarding why American involvement was necessary and many people believed it was not.
About 2.1 million American served in Vietnam.
While I served in Vietnam in 1968, we received many packages sent simply to "any serviceman" filled with baked goods, paperback books, playing cards, candy, magazines, newspapers, socks, and letters from kids and families. The media spent a great deal of coverage on protests - but a great many Americans continued to quietly lend their support and encouragement to military serving in combat.
Yes. Before the US committed to the Vietnam War, many Americans had not even heard of Vietnam.
all of them
About 2.1 million US servicemen and women served in Vietnam.
I am 100% sure that the Vietnamese won the Vietnam War. Too Many Americans were assassinated.
because many american were against the vietnam war so there was 2 groups.
There are many soldiers that died in Vietnam, if you want a complete list for Americans go to the Vietnam memorial in Washington D.C.
6,143 in 1966
Approximately 2,594,000 US servicemen served "in country" during the Vietnam War.
58,226 American soldiers died in Vietnam or were listed as missing in action.
About 7,300 African Americans were killed. About 48,000 European Americans were killed.
2 americans, they were just big people
The "silent majority" were a group of American people that were supposed to support the USA in the Vietnam War, as compared to a large amount of vocal demonstrators that were protesting the war. After many years of fighting in Vietnam and seeing no end in sight, the vast majority of Americans wanted it to end, and for the the USA to leave the quagmire. Which they did in 1973, and South Vietnam fell to the communists in 1975.