american invovment in vietnam

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American History

 

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Michael B

 

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July 29, 2014

 

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University

 

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An interview with a pilot of the Maddox said, "...There was nothing but dark sea, and American firepower." Years later the incident was revealed essentially as a way to rouse the American support for the war cause, and it is known now that the incident was a form of propaganda, but it served it's purpose as the public's reason for supporting the war, and the public reason for entry into the Vietnam War...
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The French had been fighting for an Indochina colony after World War Two to benefit them, but at the same time had been struggling with domestic costs and issues. American support to the French in the form of millions of dollars to support the war failed, but officially committed to Americans to a cause in Vietnam in the American government's eyes...
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