Brought us into Vietnam war by providing aid to the French
Where South and North Vietnam were split during the Vietnam War
Group that encouraged more violence towards the Vietnam War
What us South Vietnam and U.S believed in and wanted to spread
Communist slang term for who we were fighting against
Members of a communist dominated society, fighting for independence from French
Held independence of communist Vietnamese and was a country Truman provided aid to
Form of government in common ownership in which North Vietnam supported
This president first provided aid to South Vietnam and was known as too soft on communism
All dirt path through Laos and Cambodia, and was used as a supply line
War between the French and Vietminh's
Huge protest about bombing Cambodia where many college students were shot and killed
Authorized massive bombing campaigns such as agent orange
What U.S troops were called after captured and held captive by North Vietnam
People in the U.S would use these to object against U.S involvement in Vietnam war
He expanded the war and approved of secret bombing raids
Withdraw of troops and redirecting them towards the South Vietnam government
After Nixon was taken out of office and caused for us to end up losing the Vietnam war
They supplied aid, meds weapons, and military equipment to North Vietnam
Encouraged peace towards the Vietnam War
Prevented the spread of communism
Allies to South Vietnam and weren't involved until 1964
Was the leader of North Vietnam
The ideas of if one country were to fall into communist than other surrounding countries would as well
was created by LBJ and was unlike by many Americans
easing the relationships between country's fighting in Vienam war
awful leader to the south vietnamese but U.S still supported him
was counrty above North Vietnam and was also a supporter of communism

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