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Title: The French and the american attitudes toward Vietnam war, from1945 to1975
Other Titles: a comparative study
Authors: Ghernoug, Anfal
Dalichaouech, Abderrahmane
Keywords: American invasion
French imperialism
Vietnam war
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: university of Oum- El- Bouaghi
Abstract: This Mémoire is a comparative study between two important wars in world history: the French and the American war, from 1945 to 1975. More specifically, it examines the main similarities as well as differences between both wars. Our research shows that the two wars share some things but at the same time they differ in others. In addition, this Mémoire presents the fundamental reason that make the Vietnam War on of the worst wars to fight in. What's more, our research shows that for the first time U.S. is facing opposition to the war in Vietnam by the Americans. Furthermore, the main reason that led to both wars is changing the destiny of Vietnam country; which mean the Vietnamese fought valiantly for a free, independent and sovereign Vietnam. Finally, this study seeks to show that Whenever America has the opportunity to exploit any country; it will seek to do so even if it is against the wishes of American people.
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