America's First Battles 1776-1965

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America's First Battles 1776-1965

America's First Battles 1776-1965


The main purpose of this paper is to make an analysis of the book America's First Battles 1776-1965. In this book, writer has discussed the Battle of Osam. According to the book, Battle of Osan was the first engagement between the U.S. and North Korean forces during Korean War.


In this book, author talked about the Battle of Osam and said that the the Osam war proved to be the aggressive war. Author says that as far as he has conducted research on this topic he finds that US government always denied to associate with the welfare of the US army. Government could not prepare the US army for the operations of World War II. The same combat styles were used in 1939, which were used in the world war I. There was a lack of economic fundings and sue to which U.S. government could not prepare its army for the fight.

Another war discussed in this book was Vietnam War.

Vietnam War is a military confrontation that took place in Vietnam from 1959 to 1975, whose origin was the determination of the Communist guerrillas (the so-called Vietcong) in South Vietnam. It was supported by North Vietnam to overthrow the South Vietnamese government.

The confrontation that led to a war between the two countries soon became an international conflict when the United States and 40 countries supported South Vietnam.

The war developed as a sequel to the war in Indochina (1946-1954), fought between France and the Vietminh communist group founded and led by the revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh.

On May 8, 1954, delegates from North Vietnam and South met in Geneva with France, Britain, USSR, United States, China, Laos and Cambodia, to discuss the future of all Indochina. Under the agreements of the Geneva conference, France and North Vietnam signed a truce under communist rule and South Vietnam.

Neither the U.S. nor South Vietnam accepted the Geneva accords, for this U.S. military decides to help the Saigon regime and carried out covert activities against the Hanoi government. It also provided direct financial aid and sent military advisers to train South Vietnamese troops.

In 1955, Diem, president of the Republic of Vietnam, announced that his government refused to hold elections for reunification with the argument that the northern population would not be free to express his desire and with the likelihood ...
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