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Who ordered bombing raids on North Vietnam?

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Who ordered the bombing raids on North Vietnam?

Lyndon B. Johnson

What president ordered bombing raids on north Vietnam.?

LBJ started the bombing by attacking North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boat bases in North Vietnam; in retaliation for their attacks on US Navy destroyers in the Tonkin Gulf in August 1964.

What was operation rolling thunder a code name for?

American bombing raids on North Vietnam ur welcome:)

What did Nixon do as he withdrew American troops from Vietnam?

He continued bombing raids

When did the Americans join the Vietnam war?

We preformed bombing raids on the Viet Cong in 1965

Who ordered boaming raids in Vietnam?

Commander in Chief: President of the US (LBJ).

Who conducted bombing raids on North Vietnam?

The USAF & USN bombed N. Vietnam. The USMC flew combat missions in support of Marines in SOUTH Vietnam. US Warships stationed off the coast of NORTH Vietnam were operating in "Yankee Station." US Warships stationed off the coast of SOUTH Vietnam were designated "Dixie Station."

How did President Johnson try to find a solution to the Vietnam War?

Johnson was given the reason he needed to order bombing raids on North Vietnam. As president and commander-in-chief he would have been seen as a weak leader if he had not, but still some thought that it was the wrong choice. -

What Richard Nixon do in Vietnam?

Richard Nixon promised the nation 'peace with honor' in Vietnam. He increased the size of the war considerably by (completely illegal) bombing in Cambodia without the approval of Congress. He approved large-scale bombing raids against the major cities of North Vietnam. His Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, reached a peace deal with the leaders of North Vietnam and America troops were pulled out of Southeast Asia. About 25,000 American servicemen and women were killed in Vietnam and Cambodia during the Nixon years.

What were the results of these bombing raids?


When was there huge bombing raids on Coventry?

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