Vietnam War Essay | Vietnam : There Is Any Reason For A Bloody War?

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Vietnam : There Is Any Reason For A Bloody War?

Summary: The decisions of Johnson's administration on the Vietnam War.
In 1945, Ho Chi Minh declared the independence of Vietnam. Vietnam had 8 more years of French domination. The Vietnamese people are determined to mobilize to sacrifice their lives and properties in order to save their freedom and independence. The same situation the Vietnamese people lived a couple of years later in their civil war. In that time United States assumed the role that the French abandoned in 1954. Although the United States wanted to keep their status as a world power, the Johnson Administration was highly incorrect in its decision to escalate American military presence in South Vietnam because the domino theory was not valid and the Vietnamese people did not want help from America.

America thought to keep the "godfather" name that was internationally recognized. "The increasingly visible U.S. commitment over the past four years has linked our country's prestige and...

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