The Tragic Vietnam War


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The Tragic Vietnam War
The tragic Vietnam War was an accident of ideology and allegiance, slowing dragging the United States into a foreign civil war. It has been widely regarded as a proxy war between the democratic United States and the communist bloc including the USSR and the People’s Republic of China, which were a viable opponent to America’s democratic vision for the world. However, it was more of a situation where America’s policies dragged the nation in Vietnam, bit by bit, infuriating the people of both nations and blight upon their histories as well.
Originally, the Vietnam situation had come to United States President Harry Truman in the form of a small favour. In 1050, Truman sent some aid to France in their effort to reclaim...
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