Hamburger and Pork Chop Hill
The Vietnam War was one of the worst wars America fought. We fought in the Vietnam War for one good reason to stop the spread of communism. During the War on Vietnam there were to major battles we fought Hamburger and Pork Chop hill. The battle of Pork Chop hill was one of the most intense bloodiest battles in the Vietnam War. Hamburger hill was one another important battle but it was more slowly paced and not as bloody until the end.
America Joined the Vietnam War not to end it or save lives but to stop communism. With Japan and China now communist most of Asia was slowly turning and it was America’s goal to stop communism from spreading further. America joined the war on the upper end we had guns military and equipment we had the upper hand. We fought this war and lost lives and we tried so hard to win and we backed out and lost the war.
The battle of Pork Chop hill was the Vietnam War as a whole. This battle for the hill was the biggest bloodiest most intense battle of the war. This battle took place on March 1, 1953. Then on March 23 the U.S took fire from intense mortar and artillery barrage then made a ground attack on Pork Chop Hill. On July 6, 1953, the U.S made yet another attempt to capture Pork Chop Hill. Army commander ordered the hill to be abandoned on July 11, 1953. Two weeks later, with the signing of the armistice agreement at Panmunjom on July 27, the hill became part of the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea. The battle of Hamburger Hill was more of a slow paced battle with less killing and less intense battles. Battle of Hamburger Hill during The Vietnam War, also known as Hill 937. The battle was fought on May 10-20, 1969 was a direct assault against a heavily defended and nearly impossible to take hill, resulted in over 400 U.S. casualties and caused an outrage back home. Even though it was a small battle of the war it made a major impact in Vietnam and in the U.S.
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