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What were the opponents of the Vietnam war called?

hawks


Who were American's opponents in the Vietnam war?

Communists.


Who were the opponents in the Vietnam war?

The opponents where Binladen and Micheal Jakson because they liked to put there penis in litle kids but holes and touch them sexualy


Who were the opponents of the Vietnam war?

NVA vs US, Australian, S. Korea, Philippines, Thailand, S. Vietnam, and New Zealand.


What were supporters for the Vietnam war called?

Pro democracy. Those that were against it are called communists. ==================================== The Vietnam War was probably the most divisive controversy in the US since the Civil War. Feelings ran extremely high on both sides of the issue. Vituperative epithets and expletives were constantly hurled by supporters and opponents at each other. Opponents of the War in Vietnam were told by official sources that they should leave the US and never come back. Supporters of the war were accused of being complicit in War Crimes that opponents claimed were being committed. Rightly or wrongly, US President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) was seen as the 'villian' of the war. One of the chants frequently heard during anit-war demonstrations was: 'Hey! Hey! LBJ! How many kids did you kill today?' Some people branded opponents of the war as 'traitors' and proposed that they be summarily executed by a firing squad. Sadly, the veterans who returned from Vietnam were often shunned by both sides. They seldom received any significant assistance in dealing with the return to civilian life or in dealing with the devastating psychological effects of the war.

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What were the opponents of the Vietnam war called?

hawks


Who were American's opponents in the Vietnam war?

Communists.


What president received a lot of criticism from opponents of the Vietnam War?

Richard Nixon


Who were the opponents in the Vietnam war?

The opponents where Binladen and Micheal Jakson because they liked to put there penis in litle kids but holes and touch them sexualy


Who were the opponents of the Vietnam war?

NVA vs US, Australian, S. Korea, Philippines, Thailand, S. Vietnam, and New Zealand.


Who where the opponents in the Vietnam war?

US/Allies verses North Vietnamese Army/Air Force/Navy and VC.


What were opponents of the war called?

Opponents of the war were called doves.


Who were US opponents in The Vietnam War?

Direct combatants were the NVA & VC. Indirect suppliers to the enemy were the Soviets/Chinese Communists (Chicom).


How does the war that America is in relate to the Vietnam war?

The war America is in currently is similar to the Vietnam war because there is the same tactics being used them by the opponents as there is in current wars. Tactics known as guerrilla warfare where the opponent attacks and then flees making it hard for the Americans to work out who and where the enemy is.


Which war were cavaliers and round heads opponents in?

they were opponents in the civil war 1861 - 1865


What were supporters for the Vietnam war called?

Pro democracy. Those that were against it are called communists. ==================================== The Vietnam War was probably the most divisive controversy in the US since the Civil War. Feelings ran extremely high on both sides of the issue. Vituperative epithets and expletives were constantly hurled by supporters and opponents at each other. Opponents of the War in Vietnam were told by official sources that they should leave the US and never come back. Supporters of the war were accused of being complicit in War Crimes that opponents claimed were being committed. Rightly or wrongly, US President Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) was seen as the 'villian' of the war. One of the chants frequently heard during anit-war demonstrations was: 'Hey! Hey! LBJ! How many kids did you kill today?' Some people branded opponents of the war as 'traitors' and proposed that they be summarily executed by a firing squad. Sadly, the veterans who returned from Vietnam were often shunned by both sides. They seldom received any significant assistance in dealing with the return to civilian life or in dealing with the devastating psychological effects of the war.


Was the Vietnam war in Pennsylvania?

No, the Vietnam War was in Vietnam

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