The Domino Theory in Relation to the Vietnam War
The struggle for Vietnam in the middle of the twentieth century came from a long rooted nationalist movement that had Vietnam pitted against itself. The North Vietnamese led by Ho Chi Minh, were trying to reunite the country after it was taken over by the Japanese during World War II. This attempt by Ho Chi Minh to unite the country went uncontested, but the fact that he tried to unite the country through military means sparked outside interest from other countries. The other countries would be forced to act militarily to preserve their interests in Vietnam.
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