What Was The Agreement That Ended The War Between The United States And North Vietnam
Nixon gave up on striking North Vietnam, but could not resist the possibility of intervention in Cambodia, where a pro-Western government led by General Lon Nol in March 1970 had overthrown Sihanouk`s neutralist regime. Since then, the new regime had tried to push the communists out of their border sanctuaries. The North Vietnamese easily repelled attacks by the Cambodian army and began arming and supporting the Cambodian communist movement, known as the Khmer Rouge. Seeking to support Lon Nol and destroy the shrines, Nixon authorized a 20,000-strong attack in the border areas by an American and South Vietnamese force. The Allies conquered huge quantities of supplies and equipment, but failed to capture large enemy forces. In the United States, news of the Cambodian invasion sparked widespread protests and protests. They became even more intense after National Guard troops opened fire on large numbers of protesters at Kent State University in Ohio on May 4, killing four people and injuring several others. On hundreds of campuses, „students were on strike.“ Meanwhile, Congress rescinded the resolution on the Gulf of Tonkin. Kissinger has not found acceptable ground for the two Vietnamese parties in two new rounds of negotiations. Finally, to break the deadlock, Nixon ordered massive B-52 attacks on central Vietnam on December 14 – the „Christmas bombing.“ Meanwhile, he continued to exert intense pressure on Thieu and threatened to cut off U.S. economic, military and political support for South Vietnam if Thieu refused to accept the deal. Negotiations resumed on 8 January 1973 and the United States and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam signed the agreement on 23 January. Mr.
Thieu reluctantly accepted the agreement, despite his persistent concerns, and the peace agreement was signed on 27 January. The provisions of the agreement were immediately and often violated by North and South Vietnamese forces without an official response from the United States. The North Vietnamese have accused the United States of carrying out bombings in northern Vietnam during this period. In March 1973, open fighting broke out and North Vietnamese crimes extended their control until the end of the year. Two years later, a massive North Vietnamese offensive seized South Vietnam on April 30, 1975, after which the two countries separated since 1954 met on July 2, 1976 as Vietnam.  On April 30, 1975, the last Americans still in southern Vietnam were expelled from the country when Saigon fell to communist forces.