What Countries Fought in the Vietnam War?


The Vietnam War, also known as the Second Indochina War, lasted from 1956 to 1975. The nations involved included: The Republic of Vietnam, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, the Philippines and Thailand. These countries fought against: The Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam), the People's Liberation Armed Forces in South Vietnam (Viet Cong), the Khmer Rouge (communist guerrillas in Cambodia) and the Pathet Lao (communist guerrillas in Laos).
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MAIN PLAYERS IN THE VIETNAM WAR: North Vietnam - COMMUNISTS; therefore they were supported by China & Russia. South Vietnam - NON-COMMUNISTS; The USA was backed up by the South
Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia were the primary countries that the Vietnam
A large number of Nations were involved in that war, many only for part of the war. Below are lists of the countries involved and when they were involved, organized by which side
The "Axis Powers" included Germany, Italy and Japan. The "Allies" opposed to the Axis. included the British Empire (including England, Scotland, Wales, Canada,
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The main participants in The Vietnam War were North Vietnam, Viet Kong, South Vietnam, and the United States.
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