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U.S.History Vietnam People Politics Places B

Capital city of South Vietnam. Saigon
Where was the site of the Vietnam peace talks? Paris
Four students were killed by the National Guard at this university for protesting U.S. involvement in a secret war in Cambodia during the Vietnam War? Kent State
The American people learned that no part of Vietnam was safe from Vietcong attack after the: Tet Offensive
The American armed forces in Vietnam were composed largely of: the least privileged young Americans
The European country which took control of Vietnam in the nineteenth century was: France
President Johnson got Congress to authorize the use of U.S. military forces in Vietnam by passing the __________________ resolution. Gulf of Tonkin
By 1968, the number of American troops in Vietnam reached its peak at: 543,000
The massive bombing of North Vietnam led to: an intensification of the North Vietnamese will to fight
In 1970, President Nixon ordered an invasion of this country to repulse the North Vietnamese and seize Vietcong supply basses along the Ho Chi Minh Trail, the policy was called the "secret war"? Cambodia
Created by: PLHShistory