The causes of the vietnam war trace their roots back to the end of world war iia french colony indochina made up of vietnam laos and cambodia had been occupied by the japanese during the warin 1941 a vietnamese nationalist movement the viet minh was formed by their leader ho chi minh 1890 1969 to resist the occupiers a communist ho chi minh waged a guerrilla war against the . The origins of the vietnam war can be traced to frances colonization of indochina in the late 1880s the viet minh led by ho chi minh emerged as the dominant anti colonial movement by the end of world war ii though viet minh leaders encountered difficulties as they tried to consolidate their power on the eve of the first indochina war against france. The causes of the vietnam war were derived from the symptoms components and consequences of the cold warthe causes of the vietnam war revolve around the simple belief held by america that communism was threatening to expand all over south east asia
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