Vietnam War Essay | Effects of the Vietnam War

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Effects of the Vietnam War

Summary: Essay describes the effects of the Vietnam War on Vietnam.
The Vietnam War caused the breakdown of many families and also a breakdown of the Vietnamese culture, which had previously stood strong through many conflicts and occupations. Family networks, which in traditional Vietnamese culture were very important and strong, were destroyed, mainly through the death of parents and close family members. Thousands upon thousands of children were orphaned during the war and ended up either in orphanages or on the streets without a home. Many emotional scars from the war are still fresh in the hearts and minds of countless Vietnamese. They lost their homes, witness the killings of their friends and families - things that people really should never have to go through. After the war had ended, because of the poverty, terrible living conditions and hardships that many Vietnamese people went through many of them fled Vietnam - more often than not by...

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