Vietnam War (1959-1975)
In the late 1950s, a communist guerrilla force – the Vietcong – emerged in the south. Supported and supplied from Hanoi via a network of tracks known as the Ho Chi Minh trail, its ranks were boosted by southerners frustrated with the corrupt...
Jun 8, 2013 ... 3 millions were wounded, and hundreds of thousands of children were ... The
Vietnam War also left many long lasting effects on the veterans ...
Apr 7, 2016 ... On the eyes of American people, government leaders were no longer ... as “the
Vietnam Effect” or “the Vietnam Syndrome”, which describes ...
The most immediate effect of the Vietnam War was the staggering death toll. ...
had succeeded in evicting the United States, its military problems were not over.
Essay on effects of the Vietnam War. ... Many Americans were affected by the war
for so many had died and many more were wounded. North Vietnam was ...
The Vietnam War had far-reaching consequences for the United States. It led
Congress to replace the military draft with an all-volunteer force and the country
Jun 25, 2015 ... The transformative effect of the Vietnam War on the 1970s is therefore clear as a
generation of Americans were shaken by political events at ...
The Vietnam War, however, was different in many ways. First, it was the
unpopular war as viewed by most people today. Vietnam veterans were the first
to fight ...
During the war approximately twenty-seven million American men dealt with the
draft; 11 percent of them served in some fashion in Vietnam. As a consequence ...
In addition, the Vietnam War caused divisions in the Democratic Party and
caused ... Vietnam veterans suffering from the psychological after effects of war.