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What effect did the Vietnam War have on the Vietnamese? thats the same as the question silly and the effects were no homes no food no stock and stuff like that

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How did the V Vietnam war effect the vietnamese?

How did the Vietnam war effect the Vietnamese

How many vietnamese died in the Vietnam war?

3,800,000 Vietnamese people died in the Vietnam war.

What was the Vietnamese perception of the Vietnam war?

Around 600,000 Vietnamese died in the Vietnam War. More Vietnamese died than Americans. That amazes me.

Did Vietnamese have a place in the US?

Are you talking about a North Vietnamese or South Vietnamese EMBASSY? There would have been no such thing as a Vietnamese Embassy during the Vietnam War. There was no country called Vietnam during the Vietnam War.

Who lived in Vietnam during the Vietnam war?

The Vietnamese lived in Vietnam during the Vietnam War.

What are some names for the Vietnamese War?

We called it the "Vietnam War" or the "Vietnam Conflict." When the French were fighting there, it was the "Indochina War." Today, the Vietnamese call it the "American War."

Who suffered the most from the Vietnam war?

The Vietnamese.

How do you say the Vietnam war in Vietnamese?

Vietnam war = Chiến tranh Việt Nam

What effect did the geography of Vietnam have on the Vietnam war?

In terms of the jungle, it made the Vietnamese (north Vietnam) very hard to find and kill (from the USA's perspective). This was one of the reasons for the Vietnamese or 'Vietcong' winning the war - along with their incredible resilience and determination towards the future of Vietnam. In terms of effects on the war; it was one of the factors for USA losing.

How did the South Vietnam's surrender to North Vietnam develop the Vietnam War?

South Vietnam's surrender to North Vietnam is what ended the Vietnam War. The North Vietnamese had the goal of Vietnamese Unification and the surrender of South Vietnam in 1975 allowed them to achieve that objective.

What kind of soldiers went to the Vietnam war?


Who were Americans defending in the Vietnam war?

The South Vietnamese

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