The War Of The Vietnam War

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The Vietnam War, a war involving the invigorating power of the superpower America and its democracy and freedom versus the almighty Russia and its tight fist of communism. This infamous war would go on to be one of the most controversial wars to date, but people rarely tend to have the knowledge behind everything that took place in the Vietnam war. You see The United States involvement in the Vietnam War did not do what do anything in the way of stopping communism. Because of this war, many men were killed and wounded for not, Communism was not stopped effectively, and division was spread across America. First off The Vietnam War was a war on Communism that stemmed from a confrontation between north and south Korea had risen, North Korea being against Communism while South Korea being pro Communism. This would spark concern within the leaders of America because they had no desire to see communism spread throughout the planet. This fear would give us a nudge to join the fight in 1954 under president Dwight D. Eisenhower. This war would go on for another thirteen years making it “the longest war in United States History.” “Promises and commitments to the people and government of South Vietnam to keep communist forces from overtaking them reached back into the Truman Administration. Eisenhower placed military advisers and CIA operatives in Vietnam, and John F. Kennedy sent American soldiers to Vietnam. Lyndon Johnson ordered the first real combat by American troops, and

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