Vietnam what did the Geneva Agreements of 1954 decide about the future of Vietnam?



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VIETNAM

What did the Geneva Agreements of 1954 decide about the future of Vietnam?

‘Vietnam should be split along the 17th parallel.’

‘Vietminh forces would pull out of South Vietnam and French forces would pull out of North

Vietnam.’

‘North Vietnam would be controlled by Ho Chi Minh. South Vietnam would be ruled by Ngo

Dinh Diem.’

‘Free elections would be held in Vietnam by July 1956 to decide how the country would be re-unified.’
Describe American involvement in South Vietnam between 1954 and 1963.

‘Between 1954 and 1960 the USA sent equipment and ‘military advisers’ into South

Vietnam.’

‘In 1954 the Americans prevented elections from taking place because they feared that the Communists would win.’

‘In 1955 they helped Diem to set up the Republic of South Vietnam.’

‘After 1961 Kennedy began increasing the number of advisers in South Vietnam until there were more than 11 000 Americans in the country.’

‘By 1963 America had decided Diem was too corrupt to support and he was deposed and replaced by anti-communist army generals.’



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