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Vietnam: Vietnam After The US Withdrawal
Vietnam After The US Withdrawal
Season 1  |  Episode 3  |  The History Channel  |  October 30, 2016

In 1971, under pressure, Nixon orders nearly 500,000 troops back to the US. The final days are coming. Nixon resigns in 1974, and Cambodia, weakened by US bombing, is now in the hands of the Khmer Rouge. The US embassy is evacuated and the US finally withdraws on April 30th 1975. Vietnamese regime made the south pay for its resistance and the people face an endless battle with unexploded bombs and the disastrous effects of Agent Orange. Vietnam is now the world's second largest coffee producer but is still ruled by a communist state and has changed at a similar pace to China.

In 1971, under pressure, Nixon orders nearly 500,000 troops back to the US. The final days are coming. Nixon resigns in 1974, and Cambodia, weakened by US bombing, is now in the hands of the Khmer Rouge. The US embassy is evacuated and the US finally withdraws on April 30th 1975. Vietnamese regime made the south pay for its resistance and the people face an endless battle with unexploded bombs and the disastrous effects of Agent Orange. Vietnam is now the world's second largest coffee producer but is still ruled by a communist state and has changed at a similar pace to China.

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