What Was NATO's Role in the Vietnam War?

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The war in Vietnam was originally supported by NATO allies, even though the United States took an active role in the conflict outside of NATO. However, as the war progressed it took a toll on the alliance as European allies began to view the war as an American war and not an allied effort.
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