Vietnam War Consequences

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Consequences of the Vietnam War War’s do not always end when a peace treaty is signed. The Vietnam War left behind several detrimental marks on people but especially on veterans. Throughout the Vietnam war, land became polluted and several areas of Vietnam became unusable. Children were left in awful conditions and hardly cared for. The harsh nature of the Vietnam war led to several consequences such as troubled veterans, polluted land, and orphaned children. null Distraught, distressed, and disturbed described the tough lives of the Vietnam veterans after the war. Troubled veterans suffered from several effects such as PTSD, drugs, alcohol, and more. The veterans in the Vietnam war suffered from PTSD, post traumatic…show more content…
Damaging bombs ruined farms which ruined a large food source. Because a large source of food had been taken it left people starving all over Vietnam. The farms were not just ruined but they were unusable. The major issue with farms being left unusable was that the poor people in the village had little left. Farming was their main source of food, so they were practically left with little to nothing to survive. Since there was a scarce amount farms left, poor people had been removed from them. Bombs did not only ruin farms, but they also ruined villages completely. Within those villages were families and houses that all became destroyed during the war. Planes were a large part of the Vietnam war, so they were used during most the whole war. Contaminated is what the air would be described as after the war, because the land was so polluted. These planes in the Vietnam war let off chemicals. They put an enormous amount of pollution into the air. The nullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullnullpollution was very harmful to both the people in Vietnam and the land. There were very large nullbombing campaigns during the war and these destroyed most industrial cities and transportation nullnullsystems. Due to all these major issues of Vietnams land after the war, the economy majorly nulldropped and became very poor. All in all, Vietnam’s land was left polluted, unusable, and nulldestroyed. Although Vietnam had polluted land it also had orphaned
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