Unforgettable Vietnam War: The American War in Vietnam - War in the Jungle by Scott S. F. Meaker

The Vietnam War was fought like a war and it ended with both sides believing that they won.

Unforgettable vietnam war: the american war in vietnam - war in the jungle

The number of struggles for power that are part of the fabric of Vietnam is almost overwhelming. 

The battles were short and intense and fought in the jungles and rice paddies. Much of the war involved guerilla attacks.

Genre: HISTORY / Military / Vietnam War

Secondary Genre: HISTORY / Military / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 6300

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War in the Jungle

The American war with Vietnam is known by other names. Vietnam War is the name that most Americans tend to use when referring to this conflict and that is another common name – the Vietnam Conflict.

In Vietnam, it is sometimes thought of as the Second Indochina War. However, since war in Indochina has been so common, there are other names such as a phrase that translates as the Resistance War Against America. It is also called the Vietnam War in Vietnam too.

It is possible, now that more information has emerged about how American president Lyndon Johnson managed to get congressional permission to take action in Vietnam, that conflict would be a more appropriate name.

The Vietnam War was an undeclared war. It was fought like a war and it ended with both sides believing that they won. But it was not a war that started with a formal declaration of war. There is even some debate about when the war actually began.

The United States was part of the reconstruction of Vietnam after the Second World War. The lines between communist and non-communist countries were clearly drawn. Allies in the Second World War were now in conflict based on their ideological beliefs.

Whatever name it is given, the conflict between the United States and Vietnam is well remembered as the War in the Jungle.

To understand the situation in Vietnam, it is important to grasp the chaos that the country was in after the Second World War as well as the country’s history of expansion and invasion. It is also worthwhile looking at the situation in the United States at the time and in the years preceding the Vietnam War.

It helps to understand the fundamental differences between the countries and their histories and beliefs and attitudes.


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