Tet Offensive Vs Vietnam

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The Country of Vietnam lies to the south of China. Vietnam is a S shaped. Vietnam has a beautiful landscape. It has soaring mountains. It has forest that include various types of plants, and amazing rivers, waterfalls, and beaches. Vietnam was divided into two parts, North Vietnam, the communist, and South Vietnam, against the communist. The North was known as the Democratic Republic of Vietnam under the leadership of Lao Dong party. The South became the Republic of South Vietnam. After the Geneva agreement in 1954 a virtual state of war existed between both countries. The Geneva agreement known as the agreements temporarily separated Vietnam into two zones, a Northern zone to be governed by the Việt Minh, and a Southern zone to be governed…show more content…
involvement in the Vietnam War. The Tet Offensive was one of the largest military campaigns of the Vietnam War. According to the magazine, “on January 30, 1968, by forces of the Viet Cong and North Vietnamese against the forces of the South Vietnamese” (Richard). Besides this, on the other side, according from another magazine, “for all practical purposes, entirely in the hands of Saigon, which does not want to resolve them and is unable to do so, since it is unable to soberly assess the situation and the alignment of forces in South Vietnam” (Torelli). It was a campaign of surprise attacks against military and civilian commands and control centers throughout South Vietnam. The Nixon presidency has been pivotal in debates on American Cold War foreign policy and domestic politics. Next, on day 2 by using comparison between the New York Time and the magazine . then, according to the New York Time, “Saigon, South Vietnam, April 30 - Communist troops of North Vietnam and the Provisional Revolutionary Government of South Vietnam poured into Saigon today as a century of Western influences came to an end" (Esper). On the other hand, according to the magazine, “The Communist victory of 30 April 1975 from the South Vietnamese (Black April) for that defeat; the victors…show more content…
In conclusion, The U.S. did not lose the war. The Vietnam War was a war we could not win and could not afford to lose. The fall of Saigon happened April 30, 1975, two years after the American military left Vietnam. The last American troops departed in their entirety March 29, 1973. A war when no man wins and every man looses. We could not lose a war that we had stopped fighting. We fought to an agreed stalemate. The peace settlement was signed in Paris on January 27, 1973. It called for the release of all U.S. prisoners, and withdrawal of U.S. forces. A war that from 1968 until April 30th 1975. However, by comparing between both NewYork Time newspapers but different date published, New York Time newspapers with Magazine, and Magazine with Journal Scholarly, then we found that the words in newspaper is a regularly published collection of fairly brief articles that provide updates on current events and interests and most newspapers is its editorial page, where the editors express opinions on timely topics and invite their readers to submit their opinions. While the magazine is a regularly published collection of articles that might focus on any topic in general or on topics of interest to a specific group, articles in magazines are typically written for the general reading public and don 't reflect in-depth research, and magazine articles are easy to read, are fairly brief in

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