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Let's brush up on some history, why don't we....
At the end of World War II the Japanese Army was in Vietnam. An allied army was required to remove the Japanese army from Vietnam after Japan surrendered to the Armed Forces of the United States, ending the war. The British army managed the removal of the Japanese army from the southern region of Vietnam, while the Chinese army managed the removal of the Japanese army from the northern region of Vietnam. After the removal of the Japanese army, the British army left Vietnam. However, the Chinese army did not leave Vietnam.
Kindly list the events in history from this time to the time when the US became involved in Vietnam.
Event number one:_________; and so on....
... well, dumbass?
1. while the chinese did organize the Dong Min Hoi, they had no actual assets on the ground. The Viet Minh did the leg work
2. the Dong Min Hoi were a failure at gathering intel
3. The Allies released Ho Chi Minh and enlisted his aid to fight the Japanese, promising him Vietnam Independence for his cooperation.
4. The Japanese never had more than 6,000 troops stationed in Indochina, although approximately 25,000 troops transited thru most on their way to Burma
5. We defeat Japan
The Allies reneg on their deal with Uncle Ho
6. France defeated
7. DDE sends in U.S. advisors...