Why us lost in Vietnam war?
Flow of men/material couldn't be stemmed. War couldn't be isolated due to geography/communist superpowers.
The USA was not beaten by the Communists in Vietnam. For example, in December 1972, American B-52s were bombing North Vietnam and there was very little North Vietnam could do about it. The USA gave up on the inept and corrupt government of South Vietnam. South Vietnam was unable to defend itself, as South Korea has since 1953.
Vietnam is a war which the US definitely lost because the goal of the war was to support the Republic of Vietnam (aka South Vietnam) and prevent it from falling to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (aka North Vietnam). Despite massive effort and sacrifice on the part of the US, South Vietnam collapsed in 1975.
The Us did not lose Vietnam. How can you say north Vietnam won the war when in the 11 year period they lost every battle and had 4,000,000 casualties. North Vietnam was practically giving up before the US pulled out and established a treaty. They were the ones who went against the treaty. So you can say there was a second Vietnam war and South Vietnam lost that one. Since the first Vietnam war wasn't…
The Vietnamese War was generally unpopular. It went on for a very long time, and didn't seem to be accomplishing anything. In the end, it really didn't accomplish anything, since South Vietnam was conquered by North Vietnam despite all US efforts to prevent that from happening. The US has very seldom lost any war, but it lost that one.
Technically no,the U.s has never lost a war out of 199 in our history(not including the civil war).Though in the Vietnam war we did fail the objective of stopping the spread of communism. Even though the Vietnamese did not want us there we intervened anyways. In the end we did not gain our objective, because Vietnam today is under a communist government. So yes the US has lost a war. Also the US hasnt had…