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5 July, 23:00

How did the Vietnam war impact the United States and Vietnam?

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  1. 6 July, 00:23
    A few decades have passed but Vietnam remains a developing country under the Communist government. On the United States' side, more than 58,000 American soldiers were killed while more than 150,000 others wounded ... The Vietnam War thoroughly changed the way the American approaches military actions.
  2. 6 July, 00:32
    The Vietnam War impacted the United States and Vietnam in various different ways.

    In the case of Vietnam, there was a large negative effect in the natural ecosystem due to the use of chemical defoliants. These poisoned the land, destroyed the natural vegetation and led to a large number of babies being born with birth defects. The war also left many buried and hidden bombs that have made large expanses of land impossible to cultivate. A huge number of refugees and casualties also resulted from the conflict.

    In the United States, the war was extremely unpopular. The war was used against the government in various social movements, such as the hippie and counterculture movement and the civil rights movement. The war also led to the end of conscription.
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