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The Vietnam war

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The Vietnam war
By Henry Seremet

I thought that the French, Ho Chi Minh, Harry S. Truman, the U.S. legislative office, Lindon Johnson, and Richard Nixon were important people in the Vietnam War.
Important People During This Time
The war ended when Richard Nixon proposed a peace treaty with the Viet Cong and Nixon also stopped sending troops to Vietnam.
How Did The War End
The result of the war was that Vietnam is now a communist country.
The Result Of The War
Question: What is the Domino Theory?

Answer: The Domino Theory is a Theory saying that if Vietnam becomes communist then the rest of Asia would become communist.

Question: What is the Gulf Of Tonkin Resolution?

Answer: A Resolution saying the United States could use troops in Vietnam.
Questions And Answers
Colorado
during the Vietnam war
When the Vietnam war started in 1959 the people of Colorado and all over the U.S.A. had different opinions about the war. Some people didn't understand why we had to fight in this war in North and South Vietnam. Others thought people were
hurting the troops by not supporting their bravery to fight in this war. The
people held protests all over the country saying "bring back the troops." They did this until the war's end in 1978.
Bibliography
Brainpop.com


http://history.state.gov


history.com
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