The Long-Term Significance of the Vietnam War
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...Agent Orange, were applied in defoliating large binds of forest terrain that hid the rival’s armies. The feasible collateral destruction to the environment, as well as following generations of Vietnam people, was noticeably not taken into consideration. Also, as the United States continues to consider its uncertain role in the Vietnam war, mainly in light of current events... ? Vietnam War Vietnam War The Vietnam War is a Cold War that took place in Laos, Vietnam, as well as Cambodia (Bedford/St Martin's2009, 4). The war started on 1st November 1955, and it ended during the defeat of Saigon on 30th April 1975. The Vietnam War followed the French Indochina War. It was fought between the government of...