Vietnam recalls historic victory over US on 50th anniversary of signing of Paris Peace Accords IG News

January 27 marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Accords, the accord that ended the American War in Vietnam, or as it is known in the United States, the Vietnam War.

From 1955 to 1973, the United States waged one of the harshest wars in modern history against Vietnam, as part of its aggressive Cold War anti-communist foreign policy.

During the war, the US military dropped more bombs than were used in World War II (often on civilian targets). It also deployed chemical weapons, napalm and cluster bombs, and sent hundreds of thousands of draftees to be executed or executed, usually against their will. Millions of Vietnamese were killed, maimed and poisoned.

The war spread to Laos and Cambodia, where more death and destruction occurred.

Despite the best efforts of the US government and military, the imperialist effort to maintain dominance over Vietnam failed. To this day, the American War in Vietnam remains one of the greatest military and foreign policy disasters in the history of the United States.

It is one of the great victories of socialism and anti-imperialism. Against all odds, the Vietnamese people were able to defeat the world’s most powerful army from the world’s richest country. Under the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam, foreign imperialism was defeated, and national liberation and reunification were achieved.


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