Australia's Involvement in the Vietnam War

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July 13, 2017

 

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By 1945 the world had been divided between two superpowers: the USA and the USSR. The animosity and conflict that arose between the two nations was known as a cold war because it did not involve direct conflict with the USA formally fighting a war with the USSR. These two superpowers had a major ideological and political difference: the USA was and is a democratic, capitalist nation; the USSR was communist...
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Australia is also a democratic, capitalist nation and has been a formal ally of the USA since World War 2. 1949 and 1950 are two key dates in Australia’s involvement in Vietnam. In 1949 China became a communist country. In 1959 communist North Korea invaded democratic South Korea. Australia supported the US in maintaining democracy in South Korea...
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