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    picture‚ that the South Vietnamese and American military were doing more bad than good to win the war and what morals were taken into consideration when this picture was captured. Also‚ when seeing an image‚ it can appear to be easily analyzed and understood‚ but in reality every photograph has a story behind it and a deeper meaning that to what is literally depicted. The photograph‚ Murder of a Vietcong by Saigon Police Chief‚ by Eddie Adams captures a dramatic scene of South Vietnamese General

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    Australia in The Vietnam War A written report that evaluates the usefulness‚ reliability and perspective of a given website. 1. How useful is this site for learning about: Why was Australia involved in the Vietnam War? The site’s provides background information on why Australia was involved in the Vietnam War‚ it does go on to explain that “The South Vietnamese government sought assistance from the United States and her regional ally”.‚ which supplies the reader with the information about

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    United State Of America intervention in Vietnam Name: marie jennifer SEBLIN Content 1. Introduction 2. France in Vietnam 3. The Partition of Vietnam 4. United State of America Involvement 5. Action of Eisenhower 6. Action of Kennedy 7. Action of Johnson 8. U.S tactics during the war 9. Conclusion 1.Introduction Vietnam was a French colony but after its invasion by Japan during the world war II Vietnam started to look for its independence however France had

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    “Teaching the Vietnam War makes one realize how the shape of a narrative determines‚ and is determined by‚ its content”. The Vietnam War was one of America’s most controversial wars. Many of its aspects are still plagued with great uncertainty. Those aspects of the Vietnam War are argued and debated about‚ they were argued during the time of the war and the arguing has continued. The Vietnam War was indeed a time of confusion. Why did the war start? What was the United States’ real reason for getting

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    Explain the causes of the conflict in South Vietnam between 1954 and 1963. The conflict in South Vietnam in the 1950s and early ‘60s was the result of a series of political‚ economic and social factors‚ all centering around the difficulties of the Diem regime. Perhaps the biggest problem faced by the government of Ngo Dinh Diem was its lack of political legitimacy. The regime was seen by many as a puppet of the United States‚ depending as it did on US advice‚ money and armaments. By contrast

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    Vietnam Vietnam’s personality has been outline by long-running differences‚ both internally and externally with foreign foes. The first nation of Vietnam being recorded is the Van Lang Nation‚ founded by the ancient Viet race in the North. The most famous king is Hung King. In 3 B.C‚ another nation was found by Au Duong Vuong and named Au Lac Nation. The historical remain of Co Loa Citadel is the evidence. In Central Vietnam‚ another kingdom of Champa emerged from Sa Hyun culture around 2 B.C

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    Vietnam War DBQ The United States attempted to help Ngo Dinh Diem build a new nation in South Vietnam once France withdrew from Vietnam in 1954 by sending military “advisers.” As the United States was helping the south‚ Ho Chi Minh still had the Vietcong in the south that were getting stronger and more militant. In 1959‚ the Vietcong guerillas raided throughout the south and controlled most of the area outside of Saigon. When John F. Kennedy took office‚ the Diem regime was crumbling‚ so JFK

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    In Retrospect: The tragedy and lessons of Vietnam. By: Robert S. McNamara Summary: Robert S. McNamara’s book‚ In Retrospect‚ tells the story of one man’s journey throughout the trials and tribulations of what seems to be the United States utmost fatality; the Vietnam War. McNamara’s personal encounters gives an inside perspective never before heard of‚ and exposes the truth behind the administration. In McNamara’s first chapter he discusses his journey into the Washington spot light and

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    C U LT U R E Vietnam is a mainly Mahayana GEOGRAPHY Buddhist country‚ although other TRAVE L IN VIE TNAM religions are among Confucianism and Taoism. The official and sole language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Curabitur leo Culture of Vietnam is based on harmony‚ family‚ and humanity. the Maecenas food is a blend of Chinese and Thai and is considered one of the healthiest foods in the world because of it’s fresh ingredients. Vietnamese money is called dong‚ and soccer is one of the most popular

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    Tini Nguyen HFN2O1-04 Ms. Marinelli June 5th‚ 2013 REPORT Every country has different culture. Vietnam is a country in Southeast Asia. Vietnam has a rich culture that has been shaped by many civilizations throughout history. Through many long struggles‚ the Vietnamese people have created their unique culture. There are so many cultural celebrations in Vietnam such as Vietnamese New Year and Mid-Autumn Festival are the most important celebration. Climate affects the availability of ingredient

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