Essay on Just War In Vietnam

A – Planning the investigation [157]: The focus of this investigation is the theory or concept of just war, and what makes a just war “Just. ” This investigation will explore the question: To what extent can the Vietnam War be justified as a just war? Throughout this investigation, the philosophy of a just war … Read more

Vietnam War Justifiable Essay

Was American involvement in the Vietnam War justifiable? Beginning on the first day of November in 1955, the second Indochina War was fought between North Vietnam, who was communist, and the government of South Vietnam, that was anti-communist. For the most part the war was fought in the countries of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, and … Read more

General William Westmoreland

During the late nineteenth century the French concouquered Vietnam and made it a protectorate and in 1941 the league for the independence of Vietnam (Viet Minh) was formed to fight for independence from the French and on Sept. 2nd . 1945. Ho chi Minh proclaimed it independent from France. The French opposed this and wanted … Read more

Vietnam Retaliation In The U.S

It is said that a war cannot be fought without the support of the people. Much so was this related to the Vietnam conflict. I say the Vietnam Conflict in that the United States never actually declared war on North Vietnam after its communist split-up in 1960. The conflict was based on the principles of … Read more

Anti-Vietnam Movement In The U.S.

The antiwar movement against Vietnam in the US from 1965-1971 was the most significant movement of its kind in the nation’s history. The United States first became directly involved in Vietnam in 1950 when President Harry Truman started to underwrite the costs of France’s war against the Viet Minh. Later, the presidencies of Dwight Eisenhower … Read more

The Tet Offensive

The Tet Offensive was unquestionably the biggest occurrence of the Vietnam War. While the military success of the Viet Cong in mounting a sustained revolt in cities across South Vietnam was virtually non-existent, the psychological impact it had on the American public was quite simply phenomenal. This effect was partially due to the reporting of … Read more

Status Of Transition From Socialism

Vietnam is a country whose economy is evolving. Its rapidly changing economy is facing significant alterations in the process of transition. Vietnam is moving away from its current economy, which is a non-market socialist one, towards a market economy with a socialist orientation. Vietnam is one of the poorest countries in the world with a … Read more

Anti-Vietnam Movement

The antiwar movement against Vietnam in the US from 1965-1971 was the most significant movement of its kind in the nation’s history. The United States first became directly involved in Vietnam in 1950 when President Harry Truman started to underwrite the costs of France’s war against the Viet Minh. Later, the presidencies of Dwight Eisenhower … Read more

Vietnam Retaliation In The U.S

It is said that a war cannot be fought without the support of the people. Much so was this related to the Vietnam conflict. I say the Vietnam Conflict in that the United States never actually declared war on North Vietnam after its communist split-up in 1960. The conflict was based on the principles of … Read more

A War America Could Have Won

North Vietnam was battling for ownership of South Vietnam, so they could be a unified communist nation. To prevent the domino effect and further spread of communism, the USA troops in 1965 went into action against the Viet Cong until 1975. Not only did the greatest superpower in the world get bested by a third … Read more

Vietnam Controversy Essay

Its January 27th, 1973 and the Vietnam War is over. Peace agreements were signed in Paris by the South Vietnam Communist forces, North Vietnam, South Vietnam and the United States. The meeting lasted for several hours and in that time they agreed on many objectives, including: that U. S. troops would gradually withdraw from Vietnam … Read more

The Aggression in South Vietnam

Believing that communist aggression in South Vietnam could lead to takeover of South East Asia, the United States slowly became more involved in the conflict there during the years of 1954 through 1975. Prior to the War Following World War II, there was a bloody 7 year struggle between Communist Vietnamese and the French for … Read more