The president who dealt with the Cuban Missile Crisis and was considered a hero.
The term used for someone who wants escalate a war.
The president who made the Truman doctrine and fought against communism.
The belief that there should be no government and everyone is together in a utopia and no one owns anything.
The thing that made 500,000 people enlist in the Vietnam war in 1968.
The country that had a huge civil war between the south and north for slavery.
The belief that if one country fell to communism all they ones by it would also fall.
The president that became the president on a plane a couple of hours after the last president was assassinated.
The term used for America withdrawing their troops in South Vietnam and transferring the responsibility of the war effort to South Vietnam.
The term used for a person who was captured by the enemy in a war.
A government system where people vote for an elected representative.
The term for the easing of hostility.
The country that houses the Eiffel tower.
The war between France in Vietnam in 1954.
The president to be almost impeached but resigned before that after the Watergate scandal.
The term used for Vietnamese people who were communists.
The country that was the strongest and biggest country allied with the USSR.
The Leader of Nothern Vietnam
The party that Ho Chi Minh made.
The name of the DMZ zone that was created to split up Vietnam.
The term used for combating communism and trying to control it.
The term for people who were trying to de-escalate wars.
The scandal that affected President Nixon negatively.
The ones who started the communism train.
The Southern Vietnam leader who hated monks.
The word to show a statement or action that expresses objection or disapproval.
The trial that wasn't in Vietnam but helped get supplies to North Vietnam.
The shooting that happened by the Ohio state national guard against unarmed college students.

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