Vietnam Awareness Quiz

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10 Questions - Developed by: Richard Antti - Developed on: - 5.934 taken - User Rating: 2 of 5.0 - 5 Votes

Test your knowledge about the Vietnam War, and earn fabulous prizes! (Maybe.)

  • 1
    Vietnam is a country located___________________?
    West of Thailand
    North of Iraq
    South of China
    Next to India
    None of these
  • 2
    The United States Soldiers in Vietnam were…
    Mostly Drafted
    Mostly Drug Addicts
    Mostly Minorities
    None of these
  • 3
    The fighting in Vietnam was less intense than in World War II.
    Neither True nor False
  • 4
    United States Soldiers in Vietnam were guilty of committing many war atrocities against the non-combatant citizens.
    The answer exists simultaneously in a state of "True" and "False" until it is seen by an observer.
  • 5
    Vietnam soldiers returning home from the war were?
    Cheered by people in the airports.
    Had Military Bands playing music welcoming them home.
    Molested by misinformed and unaware Anti war protesters with jeers, insults, were spat upon, and even physically assaulted.
    No Vietnam War soldiers ever returned home; they all died in the war.
  • 6
    The Vietnam War was lost by American Soldiers?
    That depends on the definition of the words "True" and "False"
  • 7
    Most Vietnam Veterans alive today are begging on street Corners.
  • 8
    Vietnam is now a_______________political country?
  • 9
    How did Vietnam come to use this political system?
    Military decree
    Rigged election
    Free and open election
    None of these
  • 10
    United States Soldiers in Vietnam were ____________.
    Mostly volunteers.
    Mirrored the ethnic population ratios of the United States
    The most educated force the United States had to that time.
    All of these
    Combat Soldiers (approximately 10% of force) were subjected to combat 18-22 hours a day, with little sleep if none, for periods of a month or more straight without any breaks.

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