Cold War of Vietnam

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Chinese invasion of southeast asia

Cold War Of Vietnam
Loretta L. Richardson
Troy University

Anthropology 2200
Susan E. Pappas, Ph.D.
October 30, 2011

Cold War Of Vietnam
Today in America the question still come to the minds of many of the American people. How did the American soldiers’ view the war and was it a mission that was necessary to protect the people of the United States Of America. Most servicemen would say yes to this question and these are the servicemen that supported the U.S. government’s decision to become involved in the Vietnam war. The United States government claim that there was a great deal of communism in Southeast Asia and the “ American soldiers’ believed that they were fighting to stop the spread of communism. On the other hand some of the servicemen felt that the war was not necessary and they were not ecstatic about being forced to participate in a deadly battle that claimed 58 thousand American soldiers lives many soldiers opposed of this war. They felt deceived by the U.S. government and even thought that their morals were detested because some of the young soldiers’ did not have a clue why they were fighting this cold bloody battle. As a man goes out to fight for his country they are going to have different views on how each serviceman examine his feelings toward a conflict that went on for 20 years the Communists against the anti- Communists. The Communists involved China, Russia, and Viet Cong - the Vietnamese their rivals were South Vietnamese, America, Australia, French, and British etc…these countries were anti - Communists. The Vietnam War was won by the Communists millions of Vietnamese lives was lost as well as thousands of Americans lives, the...
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