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The Vietnam War, also known as the Second Indochina War, was in various ways a direct successor to the French Indochina War. The Vietnam War was an important war of the Cold War. It proved to be a battleground for Communism versus Capitalism.
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The Vietnam War was a brutal war that affected millions of people in many different countries. All wars start because there is a difference in peoples opinions, and the Vietnam War was no different. It started because France and a Vietnam leader, Ho
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France occupied Vietnam by 1884. After World War II Vietnam declared independence, but it wasn't until after 1954, when the French was defeated by Ho Chi Minh and his communist forces that Vietnam was free from France. Vietnam is located in Southeast
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Kattenburg-Author of the Vietnam Trauma in American Foreign Policy) The United States has always been a democratic nation and for many years has tried to influence other nations into becoming democratic. As Vietnam was trying to break away from France in 1945
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Vietnam: should the U.S. have been involved?
The Vietnam War created a great deal of controversy in America. Did America really have to sacrifice thousands of lives and millions of dollars? Was it Americas duty to be involved in Vietnams affairs
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In the southeastern most part of Asia, Vietnam is accompanied by 3 bodies of water; the South China Sea, the Gulf of Thailand, and the Gulf of Tonkin. Cambodia, China, and Laos surrounds the inner part of Vietnam.
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My critical essay paper is on "Vietnam: A Necessary War" by Michael Lind. Vietnam is an interesting country to me because my parents talked a lot about the horrible war. I was fortunate to be born in America and raised as an American. I am half
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When most people hear the word Vietnam, they expect the word war to follow. Many people, especially our generation, believe Vietnam to only be a war. I myself knew little about the Communist country before I researched it. After my research, I
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The Vietnam War was the longest and most unpopular war in which Americans ever fought. And there is no reckoning the cost. The toll in suffering, sorrow, in rancorous national turmoil can never be tabulated. No one wants ever to see America so divided
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The Vietnam War is probably the most questionable of all American wars. First, it is morally deceptive. It was both a war against communism and a war to suppress nationalist self-determination. Second, it can be (and was) very
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