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U.S.History Vietnam People Politics Places E

Average age of the almost 2.8 million Americans who served in Vietnam: nineteen
Commander of all American forces in Vietnam William Westmoreland
Name the leader of the Democratic Republic (Communist) of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh
Name the leader of South Vietnam who was overthrown and assassinated in November, 1963 Ngo Dinh Diem
Who was the President of the United States that had the largest build-up of American troops in Vietnam occur during his Presidency? Lyndon B. Johnson
What was the dividing line which separated North and South Vietnam? 17th Parallel
This man ordered the killing at My Lai, in which 350 Vietnamese villagers were slaughtered. Lt. William Calley
What was the name/title President Diem first labeled the South Vietnamese Communists? Vietcong
Timothy Leary was responsible for introducing LSD into mainstream America True
The Tet Offensive created more "Doves" than "Hawks" for the first time, which showed: A major shift in public opinion
Created by: PLHShistory