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Men and material infiltrated into South Vietnam via the Ho Chi Minh trail.

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The Ho Chi Minh trail went through the bordering countries of Laos and Cambodia to get into South Vietnam's southern regions in relative safety.

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You meant "supply their own troops (NVA & VC) in South Vietnam". The Ho Chi Minh Trail was used to supply communist forces in the South.

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The Ho Chi Minh Trail enabled north vietnam to send troops to South Korea.

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How lond did it take US troops to withdraw from Vietnam?

Nixon had been elected to begin withdrawing US troops from Vietnam and to turn over more of the fighting to the South Vietnam government. In 1972, North Vietnam finally realized that the war was a stalemate. The two sides met and arranged a cease fire. In January of 1973 the Paris Accords went into effect. The US agreed to withdraw all its troops from Vietnam in 60 days. Congress had stopped funding the war effort. The North Vietnamese government agreed to release all prisoners, which they never did. Free elections were to be held in Vietnam. The President of South Vietnam considered the agreement between North Vietnam and the US as a sell out. But it allowed President Nixon to save face and bring the soldiers home. By 1975, after US troops had been pulled out of South Vietnam, the ARVN (Army of the Republic of South Vietnam) collapsed and the North Vietnamese moved into Saigon, ending the war and finalizing the take over of the South by the North.


Is Vietnam politically divided?

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Which president ordered a continuous bombing campaign over North Vietnam and sent the first combat troops to South Vietnam?

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What was a result of the end of the war in Vietnam?

According to the Paris Peace Accords, the U.S. and their allied troops withdrew from South Vietnam by the end of April, 1973, leaving South Vietnam, and allowing them to decide for themselves the future status of their country. Within two years (April, 1975), North Vietnam forces occupied the south - including the Presidential Palace in SaiGon, where South Vietnam's Premier surrendered to the north.


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What enabled north Vietnam to send troops to south Vietnam?

Men & material infiltrated into South Vietnam via the Ho Chi Minh Trail. To train South Vietnamese soldiers


What was one of the concessions that north Vietnam received from the us and south Vietnam in the Paris accords?

North Vietnamese troops would be allowed to stay in South Vietnam.


What was one of the concessions that North Vietnam received from the US in south Vietnam in the Paris peace accords?

North Vietnamese troops would be allowed to stay in South Vietnam.


What was one of the concession that north Vietnam received from the US and south Vietnam in the Paris peace accords?

North Vietnamese troops would be allowed to stay in South Vietnam.


What was one of the concessions that north Vietnam received from the US and south Vietnam in the Paris peace accords?

North Vietnamese troops would be allowed to stay in South Vietnam.


How did president eisenhower help the government of south Vietnam fight against the communist?

Eisenhower sent troops to South Vietnam so they can fight North Vietnam because North Vietnam wanted to take over South Vietnam and they did.


What did the United states agree to do in the Paris Peace Accords?

. What concession did the United States receive from North Vietnam in the Paris Peace Accords?


What was the name of the government troops of the South Vietnam government?

ARVN=Army Republic of South Vietnam. NVA=North Vietnamese Army.


When did North Vietnam unify with the South?

after North Vietnamese troops took over Saigon in 1975.


What happened after Nixon pulled troops from south Vietnam?

The North Vietnamese won!


What happened shortly after the United states and north Vietnam signed a peace accord providing for the withdraw of American troops from Vietnam?

North Vietnam took over South Vietnam


Why did Australia withdraw from Vietnam?

A peace agreement was reached with North Vietnam in which the U.S.and Australia would with draw there troops and North Vietnam would stop attacking South Vietnam. After the U.S. and Australia withdrew there troops North Vietnam broke it's agreement and attacked and over ran South Vietnam.