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VIETNAM WAR By: Brandon O’Kane
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A- April North Vietnamese forces, under the command of General Văn Tiến Dũng, began their final attack on Saigon on April 29, 1975Fighting ended on the 30 th of April 1975 witch is also the date that Saigon fell witch is the capture of the capital of south Vietnam, and the end of the war in Vietnam.
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B-Boat people Refugees and military who fled Vietnam by boat and ship after the capital of Saigon was captured and the war ended in favor for the north Vietnamese. Many people got on boats trying to leave souther Vietnam because there was not enough room in the evaction helicopters leaving this broken country
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C- ch-46 ch-47 These helicopters were used to were used to evacuate American and friendly Vietnamese ships during Sigion
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D-DAO compound Main point of the united states evacuation from Vietnam yet thousands were still stranded there this place was signigfant to the war because this as well as the united states embay lead as the main point of the evacuation for the united states and south Vietnamese citizens
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E- Evacuation Halt of Vietnamese being flown out with Americans took place at the united states embassy took place at 3:05 am on April 30 th as the north vietmeese attacked Saigon in attempts to capture the city.
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F- Fall of Saigon The fall of the capital of south Vietnam marking the end of the war. The capital of south Vietnam fell on April 30 th as north Vietnamese troops attacked the central hub of south Vietnam
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