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    The Vietnam War greatly changed America forever. It was the longest war fought in America’s history‚ lasting from 1955 to 1973. The Vietnam War tarnished America’s self image by becoming the first time in history the United States failed to accomplish its stated war aims‚ to preserve a separate‚ independent‚ noncommunist government. It was the first war ever broadcast on television. The public was able to see what happened on the battlefield. One of the chief effects of the war was the division it

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    The Vietnam War: 1955-1975 The Vietnam War was highly controversial throughout the world it was one of the most recent wars as it occurred between 1955-1975 this was primarily a civil war until the United States got involved this in turn pulled several other countries into the midst of the war. This was one of the major wars that occurred after the two biggest wars in history World War One and World War Two‚ although it is on a much smaller scale for instance there was a significantly smaller playing

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    When the New Zealand soldiers returned to their country from the Vietnam War in the 1960s-1970s‚ they were treated as they were expecting to be treated. They believed that they would come home to be honoured‚ cheered‚ and saluted by their people. However‚ they received the complete opposite. The men were told to immediately change out of their uniforms‚ combat ribbons‚ and medals‚ and to act casually as if they hadn’t just come from war. This resulted into no recognition for the men. They were very

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    United States during the American war in Vietnam‚ I would tell the young African-American not to get involved in this war and say no to it course it is a huge violation to the human right of both countries and a totally waste of nation resource. I have three points to support my point of view. First‚ the Vietnam War is violated the human rights of Americans and damage the state interest. The Vietnam War started in 1955 and ended in 1975. America suffered in this war for 12 years and the payment is

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    From Wikipedia‚ the free encyclopedia Vietnam War (Chiến tranh Việt Nam) Part of the Indochina Wars and the Cold War Clockwise‚ from top left: US combat operations in Ia Drang‚ ARVN Rangers defending Saigon during the 1968 Tet Offensive‚ two Douglas A-4C Skyhawks enroute for airstrikes against North Vietnam after the Gulf of Tonkin incident‚ ARVN recapture Quảng Trị during the 1972 Easter Offensive‚ civilians fleeing the 1972 Battle of Quảng Trị‚ burial of 300 victims of the 1968 Huế Massacre

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    The United States got involved with the fight in Vietnam mostly as a result of three things: Eisenhower believed in what’s known as the domino theory‚ which is the belief that if one country in southeast Asia gave into communism more and more would start to follow suit‚ just like falling dominoes. Eisenhower said in his speech “This would lead to disintegration in Southeast Asia‚ with the "loss of Indochina‚ of Burma‚ of Thailand‚ of the Peninsula‚ and Indonesia following” (http://www.history.co

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    English 10 HN Persuasive Essay The Vietnam War went on for many years behind the aggression of the United States‚ as Vietnam called it. Millions of soldiers lost their lives in the time consuming battle. On February 8‚ 1967 President Lyndon B. Johnson wrote a letter to Ho Chi Minh‚ president of Vietnam at the time. In President Johnson’s letter he expresses his hopes of ending this conflict that has gone on so long in Vietnam. In a reply to President Johnson‚ President Ho Chi Minh

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    Throughout the Vietnam War‚ the Americans used many tactics to defeat the Vietcong. The reason for the American involvement in the war was to prevent the spread of communism. This spread was known as the Domino theory. Two of the tactics used were ‘Search and destroy’ and ‘defoliation.’ Both of these tactics were used greatly throughout the War. As well as this‚ both tactics were implemented by General Westmoreland. There were two kinds of Search and Destroy and they were search and destroy in

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    What was the impact of the war on Australia and/or neighbouring countries? (Syllabus Question): Students are expected to study the impact of the war on ONE of the following: • Vietnam veterans and their families • Indo-Chinese refugees • Australian culture • Australia’s relations with Asia Veterans and their families: • Vietnam War veterans were no treated well on arrival to Australia unlike during WWI and WWII. • Unlike during 1918 when the government tried to assist soldiers with

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    The Vietcong fought a Guerrilla war. Using “Non-explosive land mines” to defeat their enemy: examples being deploying Booby-traps‚ ambushing American patrols or planting bombs. Booby-traps and tunnels were two essential methods regarding the engagement of Vietcong and American soldiers in Vietnam. Booby-traps were placed all over the Vietnamese jungle‚ in irregular locations thus making many soldiers feel anxious and fearful. Examples of this would be the Side Closing Panji‚ A spike board‚ the Grenade

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