The Vietnam War.
By Chris B, Bal subash B, Bailey G.
The causes of the Vietnam War
The beginning of war
The war began at 1954 after the rise to power of Ho Chi Minh and his Communist Viet Minh party in North Vietnam and it continued against the backdrop of an intense Cold War between United States and the Soviet Union.
Eisenhower abandoned the allied approach
Diem announced the Geneva-mandated reunification
Communist Government in North Vietnam
In December 1960, the communist government in North Vietnam announced the birth of the National Liberation Front in South Vietnam, although the organization had already existed for at least a couple of years.
Johnson's plan for success
By entering the Vietnam War without a gal to win, Johnson set future public and troop disappointment when the U.S. found themselves in a stalemate with the North Vietnamese and the Vietnam Cong.
Long Tan battle
The ending of The Vietnam War
In 1975, communist forces seized control of Saigon ending the Vietnam War and the country was unified as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam the following year.