Ho Chi Minh's Role In The Vietnam War

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There were really strong leaders in the Vietnamese War. The Vietnamese War started between the communist government of North Vietnam and its allies the Viet Cong, against the government of South Vietnam with United States. The war was fought in the purpose of deciding whether Vietnam should be ruled in a communist way. The Vietnamese War was a conflict that occurred in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia from 1 November 1955 to the fall of Saigon on 30 April 1975. Creighton Abrams, Ho Chi Minh, William Westmoreland, John F. Kennedy, and Vo Nguyen Giap are some of the Big leaders during those times. The most important theme to bring is how this guys participated in the Vietnam War. Lets start with the North Side of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh was a Vietnamese revolutionary leader that supports communism. Ho Chi Minh organized and also led the Viet Minh to fight for Vietnamese Independence. Since 1945, he became prime minister and also the President of North Vietnam. In the 1950s, he organized a communist guerrilla known as the Viet Cong in South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh had the main leadership of North Vietnam during both wars in the country. Vo Nguyen Giap was a Commander in Chief of the VNA, also a Vietnamese politician. He did played an important role, by being a commander in the Vietnamese War. Those indeed where the most important people in the Vietnam Republic that fought against the anticommunist. Dwight D. Eisenhower was a Republican, 34th president of the US. Eisenhower was also a military man, he commanded the D day invasion while he was serving as a Supreme…show more content…
Dwight was right trying to not getting involved, Ho Chi Minh was far superior than Ngo Dinh Diem. North Vietnam ended up winning and make Vietnam a communist independent state. At last and the one that really didn't contribute in anything, he just let Ho Chi Minh win. Bao Dai (1913–1997), born Nguyen Vinh Thuy, was the reigning emperor of Vietnam from 1926 to
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