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Much like the war today many countries disagreed that the U.S. should have entered into the Vietnam War. Some people believe it should have happened and some don't. It's strictly an individuals choice of what they want to believe. Personally, I don't believe that the U.S. should have entered the Vietnam War.

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America got involved in Vietnam in the attempt to stop communism. When Vietnam actually started in the 60's, there was a law that stated any country needing assistance in a war involving communism we would become involved no questions asked. What is that law you ask? I am still trying to find that answer.

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If you take the theory of the collisions, the best league of legend player is a canadian. he is called Vincent Lavoie. his gamer tag is VaginEnFeu. he is in the team: KKK

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The United States supported South Vietnam in the Vietnam War in an effort to combat communism. Other anti-capitalist countries joined the fold in order to support the effort.

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The Vietnam War was the second "hot" battle of the cold war. The Korean War was the first "hot" battle.

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It was a good cause, we were in a cold war; and war did stop the communists in Korea. It didn't work twice though.

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because America was controlling the south Vietnam

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Yes, part of the cold war.

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It was a noble cause.

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Who was involved with the Vietnam war and who allied with America?

russia


What war was the US involved in from 1963 to 1975?

The Vietnam war. Or the Resistance War Against America.


Why did the us get involved in the vietnam war-?

The United States did get involved in the Vietnam war because of communism in Vietnam.


In what war did the Americans die the most?

The most Americans died in Vietnam which was also the longest war that America was involved in.


Who was at war with the UK in the the Vietnam war?

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How did the Vietnam war influence America in the years after 1975?

A strong reluctance to become involved in future wars.


Why did the us government get involved in the Vietnam war?

The U.S government decided to get involved in the Vietnam war because the believed after the cold war that communism was a very serious issue that must be adressed first hand. America has also singed itself into SEATO (an agreement between many other countries who were also against communism). This meant America had no other options but enter the war in Vietnam.


How was the UN involved in Vietnam after the Vietnam War?

They weren't.


Did the Vietnam War make America Stronger?

The Vietnam War made America stronger.


Did France loose the Vietnam war?

Yes. Vietnam was a French colony. They lost a Vietnam War and were thrown out of Vietnam before America tried to win a war in Vietnam. America also lost a Vietnam War.


What war was the United States involved in during 1967?

Vietnam war


Who was America defending during the Vietnam war?

America was defending Vietnam.