Section 120 p2 - USWithdrawalcont.

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 3/31/10 US Withdrawal cont. Hostilities between the North and South continued after American  withdrawal. Both sides violated the cease-fire, and fighting resumed on  a major scale in 1973. Congress refused additional expenditures for military aid to South  Vietnam. The south experienced corruption, and the North captured many key  cities in the South. The North stormed troops into the South, and in April 1975 N. Vietnam  captured three key cities, and Saigon fell.
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 3/31/10 Peace and Communist Victory North Vietnamese troops captured Saigon and renamed the capital Ho Chi Minh  city in honor of the Communist leader who lead the North for a long time. After years of occupation by the Japanese, French, and a great civil war, peace  was finally achieved in the region. Communist party was victorious. Reunification was initiated. Nationalized industry, launched a reeducation  campaign, and moved a large amount o f the population from the cities to the  countryside. Cambodia and Laos also fell into Communist rule.
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 3/31/10 The Costs of War 1.3 Million Vietnamese died during the war. 58,000 more died than in the Korean War.  Failure to place taxes on a wartime 
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Section 120 p2 - USWithdrawalcont.

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