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In what year did the United States reach its peak involvement in the Vietnam War? A. 1959 B. 1965 C. 1968 D. 1970
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User: In what year did the United States reach its peak involvement in the Vietnam War? A. 1959 B. 1965 C. 1968 D. 1970

Weegy: In 1968 did the United States reach its peak involvement in the Vietnam War.
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User: What major 1962 event is considered the height of the Cold War? A. the Vietnam War B. the Berlin Airlift C. the Korean War D. the Cuban Missile Crisis

Weegy: The Cuban Missiles Crisis is considered the height of the Cold War.
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User: The primary aim of the _________ was to provide aid to the devastated countries of Europe, while at the same time combating the advance of communism and helping countries determine their own forms of government. A. Marshall Plan B. Cold War C. Warsaw Pact D. NATO

User: Which of the following countries was considered a part of the Second World group during the Cold War? A. Great Britain B. Venezuela C. Saudi Arabia D. Vietnam

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The primary aim of the Marshall Plan was to provide aid to the devastated countries of Europe, while at the same time combating the advance of communism and helping countries determine their own forms of government.

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Vietnam was considered a part of the Second World group during the Cold War.
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