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Ho Chi Minh won the 1956 elections and Vietnam was unified under Communist rule. True False
Weegy: True User: Select all that apply. Which of the following statements describe Ngo Dinh Diem? He was a Catholic. He was a Communist. He participated in the 1956 elections alongside Bao Dai. He became the president of the Republic of Vietnam. Weegy: C. Ho Chi Minh User: Who took on the task of training the South Vietnamese Army? Chinese communists American military advisors Vo Nguyen Giap Bao Dai Weegy: 2.American military advisors User: What country was committed to building a strong, stable nation in South Vietnam that would be able to resist communist expansion? France Japan the United States Great Britain User: Score: Ho Chi Minh won the 1956 elections and Vietnam was unified under Communist rule. True False Question #2MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following statements describe Ngo Dinh Diem? He was a Catholic.He was a Communist.He participated in the 1956 elections alongside Bao Dai.He became the president of the Republic of Vietnam. Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: Over 900,000 Catholics moved from NorthSouth Vietnam to SouthNorth Vietnam following the Geneva Accords. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Who took on the task of training the South Vietnamese Army? Chinese communistsAmerican military advisorsVo Nguyen GiapBao Dai Question #5MultipleChoice Score: What country was committed to building a strong, stable nation in South Vietnam that would be able to resist communist expansion? FranceJapanthe United StatesGreat Britain Question #6Paragraph Score: How did the United States work to preserve a non-communist regime in South Vietnam in the time following the 1954 Geneva Accords? Rich Text EditorEditor toolbars Press ALT 0 for help Upload Answer File Max File Size : 10MB Accepted File Type : csv,doc,pdf,xls,xlsx,docx,jpeg,jpg,ppt,pptx,txt,rtf,mdb,accdb,pub,odf,odt,ods,odp File Actions bike.docx UploadDelete Uploaded files will not be scored by WRITER. Weegy: Please ask ... (More)
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The National Liberation Front was dedicated to ______. unifying Vietnam keeping South Vietnam independent from North Vietnam removing Ho Chi Minh from power putting down the Buddhist protests
Weegy: Hua Tho, the leader of the front. User: Score: What prompted the Buddhist protest march on May 8, 1963? Diem had ordered raids on pagodas. Diem had banned the display of the Buddhist religious flag. Madame Nhu had made offensive comments. The National Liberation Front had banned the practice of Buddhism. Question #3TextMultipleChoice Score: The head of Ngo Dinh Diem's secret police was Pham Van DongThich Quang DucNgo Dinh NhuNguyen Van Thieu. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: In June 1963, the American public was shocked by ______. photographs of Thich Quang Duc engulfed in flamesphotographs of South Vietnamese peasant villagesJohn F. Kennedy's letter of support to Ngo Dinh Diemthe establishment of the National Liberation Front Question #5MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. In appointing people to his government, Diem favored _____. Buddhistshis familyCatholicsNorth Vietnamese Weegy: It was Ngo Dinh Diem.. look for his Biography (More)
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Who controlled South Vietnam after Diem's overthrow?
Weegy: After Diem's assassination, South Vietnam was unable to establish a stable government and numerous coups took place during the first several years after his death. User: Select all that apply. Why was Ngo Dinh Diem's regime so unpopular in South Vietnam? Diem refused American aid. Diem favored his family and fellow Catholics. Diem treated opponents of his government harshly. Diem favored South Vietnam's Buddhist population. Weegy: Diem treated opponents of his government harshly. (More)
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