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What was President Richard Nixon's plan for Vietnam some of the war?
There were 6 unique South Vietnamese Presidents, 2 North Vietnamese presidents, and 5 different American Presidents, making 13 presidents altogether. Although the war had be…en going on for years, US combat forces entered in 1965 and final withdrawal was in early 1975. That time period includes the terms of Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, and a few months of Gerald Ford's administration. But if you really mean presidents serving in the war, then none. Clinton managed to keep his student deferral. George W Bush served in the Air National Guard but was never called to active duty in Vietnam.
Lyndon B. Johnson was President when the US started using regular forces in Vietnam. Dwight Eisenhower sent in military advisers to train Vietnamese.
was to withdraw US troops and turn over fighting to Vietnamese troops.
the answer vietnamization
Lyndon Johnson's presidency is generally thought to have been destroyed by the Vietnam War. He had plans for what he called The Great Society, however constant problems …of the Vietnam War prevented him from achieving this lofty goal. His administration was constantly criticized for continuing the war to the point where the war was practically the only issue being addressed by him.
Following his resignation, Richard and Pat Nixon returned to their home in San Clemente, California, where they lived until 1980. Nixon traveled throughout the United Stat…es and foreign countries. During his travels after resigning, although he was a private citizen, he had meetings with several Heads of State. He attended speaking engagements and wrote nine books.
The first step in President Nixon's program of Vietnamization was the withdrawal of 25,000 servicemen. The Watergate Scandal rocked the Nixon administration and eventually… led to his resignation.
August 9, 1974
Gerald Ford became the only President who had not been elected to either President or Vice-President.
He ordered a cover-up after the break-in.
training and supplying the South Vietnamese to take over full responsibility for the war
Richard Nixon was against the Vietnam War!
President Nixon wanted South Vietnamese Troops to take over combat duties from U.S Forces.
Richard Nixon's Watergate scandal not only ended his presidency but also caused a generation to distrust government and its leaders.
The war was already going on seriously when Nixon took office. He took it into Cambodia and it was still going on when he left office.
Nixon courted southern conservatives by appealing to law and order.