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Wilfred Owen WW1

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Jonathan May

on 14 March 2013

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2) Starting Counter-insurgency operations against Communist Guerrillas JFK and Communism JKF was a fervent believer in containing communism. He supported the domino theory and he was convinced that if south Vietnam fell to communism then other states in the region would as a consequence. This, Kennedy was not prepared to contemplate... Including:

1) Increasing the number of U.S military advisers in Vietnam to 17,000.

Military advisers are sent to countries to aid with military training, organization, and other various military tasks.

They assisted the South Vietnamese Army (ARVN) HE DID SOME CRAZY AGGRESSIVE STUFF 4) He encouraged Diem to introduce social and political reforms in South Vietnam Laws were passed banning the celebration of the Buddha's Birthday
"Let them burn and we shall clap our hands"
- South Vietnam's First Lady, Madam Nhu (Diem's sister in law
How did President Kennedy widen the conflict in Vietnam? 'Pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend... to assure the survival and success of liberty' ERGO 3) Introducing a new US military counter-insurgency force, the Green Berets, trained in guerrilla fighting JFK's government began to cut off aid, but by the end of 1963, Diem had been killed in a coup that the US knew about. However, the US had to begin to support new governments, and the situation worsened
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