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Southeast Asia Slideshow for HIS 135

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 12/6/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Southeast Asia The involvement of the U.S. and how it impacted  the political climate of the 1950’s
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 12/6/10 How the U.S. became involved  in the politics of Southeast Asia The United States was concerned with the  communist government that was being used in the  Soviet Union during the cold war.  The cold war escalated more when the communist  of Korea challenged the principles of the UN  leaders.
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 12/6/10 Leader of  South  Ho Chi Minh  was  Vietnamese  Communist  revolutionary  and  president  {00732AB1-6FF1-4794-A287-A9B42A134137} {AEC0CAFF-34E0-4837-BABE-4F7E8325E332} {058333EB-CF16-45A3-8581-98BE048CF90F} {A4E9EA8D-AC2B-4F69-94F6-705570E1AB57} {0A40CEE2-C380-4659-A204-BC269D783F76}
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 12/6/10 The Major U.S. Involvement The United States sponsored South Vietnam and a 
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