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    It is debatable as to whether or not America won the war in Vietnam. While there were many factors that played a part in the success, or failure of the war one factor that affected the war greatly was the public opinion on the war. While the Vietnam War garnered a vast amount of hate from the American population that viewed the war as a battle that did not involve the American people, the war garnered hate in Vietnam for other reasons. The American view on masculinity, among other American…

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    get a better profit in Vietnam, the pricing strategy that will be used to market portable home theater glasses is price skimming strategy. Since our product categorized as a new product, we want to set a relatively high price for our product to make the people in Vietnam will have a good perception towards our product’s quality. In addition, when there are some competitors that will enter the Vietnamese market with the same product but having a lower price, the people in Vietnam will possibly…

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    Detention Camps In Vietnam

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    The events that occurred and the situations that the Prisoners of War were put through during the Vietnam war were tremendous. The stories that have been told from some of the soldiers significantly help us understand just what went on and why exactly they were captured in the first place. Researchers to this day are still uncovering more and more information about what happened in the detention camps and looking at how it affected the soldiers. Going from 1964 all the way to 1973, there was…

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    The Vietnam was an unusual time for the Americans. It was not really agreed upon by all the citizens to go to war with Vietnam. Not all the people agreed with all the decisions whether it is the tactics that were used or all the deaths that occurred. As Young points out in her article, she talks about how terrible the conditions were and its after effects that it has had on those that served (515). She also discusses how it is hard to imagine what happened. It might be due to the fact of…

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    Prison Camps In Vietnam

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    There were several prison camps located in North Vietnam, but they all shared the same basic characteristics as the Hanoi Hilton. Prisoners were isolated from each other to the greatest extent possible. The individual cells consisted of small concrete areas with a wooden bunk bed and a bucket to be used as a toilet. There was also typically a window although it was heavily barred with the amount of light protruding inside being minimal. The cell doors were heavy wood and contained a peep hole…

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    Unethical Vietnam War

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    During the Vietnam war many men went out to war, some decided to be unethical and skipped out. The soldiers were unethical because, they refused to serve our country. They want to be free but don't want to do the work for it. If we didn't draft we wouldn't have enough people to fight the huge war. Severing our country is important. The war was huge, we didn't have enough people out there. To many people were dieing. If we didn't have to draft we would not. Like now we do not draft…

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    What Really Caused the Vietnam War The Vietnam War is credited as one of the most momentous events to have taken place with American Forces on Foreign Soil. From movies, such as “Forrest Gump” to “Platoon,” the Vietnam War still resonates in American Society. This prevalence lets Americans question and recall the events of the Vietnam War, but most importantly brings up the question: what was the cause of the Vietnam War? The Vietnam War is said to have started because the US did not want any…

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    The Vietnam War lasted many years and saw a great impact on the world, to those that fought in it and those that lived through it, however, many question whether or not America’s involvement was necessary. The United States of America’s decision to become involved in the First Indochina War between the French and the Vietnamese was a mistake. Their involvement in the war was a mistake because the US risked a lot in a war that had nothing to do with them and Vietnam veterans were mistreated by…

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    The Vietnam War is a war that lasted from November 1st, 1955 to April 30th, 1975 yet the United States of America officially taken upon themselves to join in August 7th, 1964. The major reason why the United States joined the war was to prevent Communistic control over South Vietnam, to stop the establishment of a satellite country; as part of the United States’ Containment Policy, which it’s primary objective is to eradicating the spread of Communism. Many men of the United States have been…

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    The Vietnam War happened from 1954 until 1975. It was a long, bloody and costly conflict between North Vietnam and its southern allies, Viet Cong, and the South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States to combat communist forces. However, United States didn’t participate in the war from the beginning. Ball considered that United States involvement in the Vietnam War would be unsuccessful, firstly because United States didn’t have the right equipment that could compete with the…

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