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  1. Estimates of casualties of the Vietnam War vary widely. Estimates can include both civilian and military deaths in North and South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. The war lasted from 1955 to 1975 and most of the fighting took place in South Vietnam; accordingly it suffered the most casualties.

    • 405,000–627,000
    • 1,353,000
    • 444,000–666,000
    • 282,000
  2. Roosevelt said that “France had controlled Vietnam for a hundred years and the people were worse off than they were at the beginning.” Another of the most well-known and chilling phrases that reflect the cruelty of war was “keep killing our men ten by ten and we will kill yours one by one. Finally we are sure that they will get tired before”.

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  4. Vietnamese Proverbs, Quotes, and Sayings. “Eat one, pay one. Tit for tat.”. “Adversity is the mother of wisdom.”. “Like father, like son.”. “Rats desert a sinking ship.”. “Nine people, ten ideas.”. “Barking dogs seldom bite.”. ” Fortune favors the brave.”.

  5. The funny, innocuous ones that made everyone forget that war could leave you without fingers, or legs, or a soul. — Sabrina Fedel The Quiet American is anti the people who took them into the Vietnam War. — Michael Caine The war in Vietnam I thought a dreadful mistake. — Stephen Ambrose

  6. "If I left [the war in Vietnam] and let the communists take over South Vietnam, then I would be seen as a coward and my nation would be seen as an appeaser, and we would both find it impossible to accomplish anything for anybody anywhere on the entire globe." - President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1964 88

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