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because it was north Vietnam against South Vietnam

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Vietnam War is a civil war because it was North Vietnam vs South Vietnam.


Neither the Civil War nor the Vietnam War were declared wars.


the American civil war and Vietnam were not wars because there was no declaration of war, therefore making it a conflict


The war in Vietnam was similar to the US Civil War because the war involved North Korea versus South Korea.


IT WAS CONSIDERED ILLEGAL BECAUSE SOUTH VIETNAM NEVER DECLARED WAR ON NORTH VIETNAM AND VISA VERSA IT WAS A CIVIL WAR AND THE U.S. SHOULD NEVER GOT INVOLVED IN THEIR OPINION


Not to most of the WWII generation. If it wasn't a declared war, it wasn't a war. But many WWII veteran's grandfathers fought in the US Civil War (officially called the "War of the Rebellion" or the "war between the states"). Well...the Civil War wasn't a declared war either. Kind of puts those thinkers in a "position." The American Civil War (US Civil War) wasn't considered a real war (either)? To those that have done their homework, the US Civil War & Vietnam War were real wars. However, one (Civil War) really was a rebellion (a revolt against the United States Government) & the other (Vietnam) really was two separate nations fighting each other (North VN against South VN).


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If you're referring to the US Civil War (American Civil War) the North won in both cases, the South lost in both wars and the Civil War & Vietnam were fought in the 60s (1860s/1960s).


No need to "over-use" that "undeclared war..." term. If folks go by that term, people will begin to have troubles defining the American Civil War (aka US Civil War); for, much to the chagrin of Civil War buffs...the Civil War wasn't a declared war either. And by the way, the Civil War was officially called the "War of the Rebellion" (NOT the Civil War). One more note: there hasn't been a US declared war since WWII! So who won the Vietnam War? North Vietnam won the war!


It was not a civil war because it was mainly The North Vietnam Army (NVA) vs the United States and our allies like Australia.


Most Historians like to use 1961 as the starting point for the war. The Vietnam War was NOT a civil war. A civil war is two armies from the same nation fighting itself. North Vietnam & South Vietnam were separate countries. They were never one country called Vietnam until 1975.


1865 Lincoln (Civil War); 1963 Kennedy (JFK-Vietnam War).


Like the US Civil War in the 1860s the Vietnam War in the 1960s divided America.


The Vietnam War interfered with the civil rights movement. Attention was split between the war and the domestic (home) problems.


The US Civil War is considered one of the Worst! Other terrible Civil Wars were the English Civil War and the Spanish Civil War. Probably the worst Civil Wars were those in Cambodia, Rwanda, and Vietnam. The Vietnam War is often not considered with other civil wars because of the extensive involvement of outside parties. The Vietnam War consumed about 5 million dead, more than half of them being civilians. The Cambodian Civil War and the aftermath of Cambodian Genocide saw the deaths of about 2.6 million people, around 20% of the entire population. The Rwanda Civil War took about 800,000 lives, and also represented about 20% of the entire population. By comparison, the US Civil War took about 600,000 lives from a population of about 31 million, or about 2%. That is very, very bad, but in many ways it does not compare with the horrors of the others listed here.


Only by administrative functions; like the American Civil War (also known as the US Civil War, but officially called the "War of Rebellion") fought from 1861-1865, neither the American Civil War nor Vietnam War were declared wars.



Neither the American Civil War nor the Vietnam War were declared wars. The last US declared war was WWII.


The American Civil War (US Civil War) was not a declared war.


Yes, but unlike the Vietnam War, snipers in the Civil War were often referred to as Sharpshooters.


Yes, but unlike the Vietnam War, snipers in the Civil War were often referred to as "Sharpshooters."


The same way the US Civil War (American Civil War) wasn't technically a war. Neither were declared.


The same as the American Civil War; that wasn't a declared war either.


The Vietnam War was a "limited war"; limited to conventional weapons only (nukes not allowed). It was fought as both a guerrilla war in South Vietnam and as a conventional war against North Vietnam. Like the US Civil War of the 1860s, the Vietnam War of the 1960s was an un-declared war.


Vietnam has never had a civil war. The closest you could get would be the Vietnam War, which was fought between the separate although related countries of North and South Vietnam (along with the allies of each side).



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