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Ricahard Nixon was President when the US troops were withdrawn by March 29,1973.

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President Gerald Ford.

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Nixon the military, Ford the embassy.

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Who was the US President during the Vietnam War in 1968?

Lyndon Johnson.


Who Ended the Vietnam War with a negotiated peace?

Richard Nixon is responsible for calling a cease-fire to end US bombing of North Vietnam. Shortly thereafter, all of the other actors in the war agreed to the cease-fire.


What presidents were in office during the Vietnam War?

The Vietnam War was a civil war in that country, which had been divided into North and South regions following the defeat of the French in 1954.US Presidents during the US involvement there were:Dwight Eisenhower (sent advisers 1955-61)John F. Kennedy (increased involvement of CIA and US ambassadors)Lyndon Johnson (after Tonkin Gulf incident, sent US combat troops 1964)Richard Nixon (negotiated treaty 1973, withdrew troops, allowing collapse of the South)Gerald Ford (with funds cut off, declared the US war ended April 23, 1975)


Who was Vice President in the 1970s?

Vice presidents of the 1970'sThe 37th President of the United States was Richard Nixon January 20, 1969 August 9, 1974. His Vice President was Spiro Agnew from 1969-1973. Spiro Agnew resigned in 1973 after criminal charges were brought against him. Gerald Ford was Vice President from 1973-1974, and Succeeded Nixon when he was impeached. Gerald Ford was the 38th President of the United States from August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977. His Vice President was Nelson Rockefeller. Walter Mondale was the Vice President from 1977-1981 under the 39th President Jimmy Carter.


What country did the US fight in a war in the 1960s-70s?

The nation of North Vietnam (which no longer exists...it's called Vietnam today). The country that the US was allied to, South Vietnam, doesn't exist either...it was consumed by North Vietnam. The official name of SOUTH Vietnam was the "Republic of South Vietnam."

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When was US involved with Vietnam?

The U.S. entered the Vietnam war in 1959 and withdrew in 1973


What year did the US leave Vietnam?

The United States withdrew from Vietnam on March 29, 1973.


In 1975 the us withdrew it is military forces from what country?

In 1973 the US withdrew it's combat forces from South Vietnam, but in 1975 the US evacuated it's remaining US personnel from South Vietnam; as the war ended on 30 April 1975 as a Northern victory over the South.


What happened in Vietnam after the US withdrew?

After the US withdrew from Vietnam the Vietcong came into power. South Vietnam fell under communist rule by the Vietcong.


When did US withdraw from Vietnam?

US Combat Forces pulled out of Vietnam in March 1973 under the Nixon administration, all US Personnel were pulled out in April 1975 under President Ford's administration, when South Vietnam fell to North Vietnam's Army.


Which was not a justification for the increase in US involvement in Vietnam?

The fear of being invaded was not a justification for the increase in US involvement in Vietnam. The US withdrew from Vietnam in 1975.


9 What happened to Vietnam after the US and its Allies withdrew?

North defeated the South.


Troop Level in Vietnam in 1973?

It depends on when in 1973 you're talking about. On March 23, 1973, as a result of the Paris Peace Accords, the US withdrew its remaining 2500 troops. The Department of Defense lists 1973 troop levels (presumably after the aforementioned troop withdrawal) at 50 US troops and 111000 South Vietnamese troops.


True or false the us won the vietnam war?

False. The US lost the Vietnam War. The South, whom the US were supporting, had become very corrupt and the US public withdrew their support for the war. The US withdrew and retreated, so their objective was not achieved, and therefore was lost.


What happen when the US withdrew from Vietnam?

The north came down and defeated the south.North defeated the South.


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How did the Vietnam war end in Vietnam?

The Vietnam War officially ended in April 1975 during the Fall of Saigon. The United States withdrew in 1973, therefore leaving the South Vietnamese Army to defend the country by themselves. North Vietnam had agreed to a cease fire in 1973, and the US had to withdraw under the agreement. By late 1973, North Vietnam broke this agreement and went on to capture most of South Vietnam. In April 1975, the government of South Vietnam resigned and the NVA took control of Saigon, before the communists took control, there was a massive helicopter evacuation of Saigon.