It was the result of the 1st Indochina War, aka French Indochina War (1946-1954).
It wasn't divided before the war. The division happened at the end of the war.
The US Army's 101st Airborn Division (Ambl).
Divided at the 17th parallel in 54/55.
The Americal Division (23rd ID) spent most of it's time headquartered at Chu Lai.
No, the Vietnam War ended when the last US forces evacuated from the rooftop of the US embassy by helicopter. The South Vietnamese government soon fell and North Vietnam was victorious.
Which types of techniques did WHICH Vietnam use? There were two Vietnams: North Vietnam and South Vietnam.
North Vietnam (NVA) fighting South Vietnam (ARVN) with the US/allies helping out the south.
During the Viet War from '55 thru '75, there were two Vietnams: North Vietnam & South Vietnam; they were divided at the 17th parallel.
Impact: North won; South ceased to exist after 1975.
The ground war, in the Vietnam War, WAS FOUGHT in SOUTH VIETNAM. Therefore, South Vietnam entered the war from the very beginning...which is when it started in either the late 1950's or 1961, depending on what historical reference you are using.
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The French Indochina War most likely led to the (so called) American Vietnam War. Because the French war divided up the country into TWO nations; North & South Vietnams. When the communist led North Vietnam attempted to take over (conquer) South Vietnam... this led to US involvment.
Vietnam is a communist country since 1975. Prior to 1975 there were two Vietnams; a NORTH and a SOUTH Vietnam. Those two nations fought from about 1955 until 1975, with the US supporting South Vietnam; which was defeated by force of arms on 30 April 1975.