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27/01/1973 U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War ends

On 27 January 1973, Paris Peace Accords were signed, which officially ended direct U.S. involvement in Vietnam war and the United States promised to remove all military forces from South Vietnam within 60 days. The agreement also guaranteed the territorial integrity of Vietnam.

Relations

  • Essentials 

  • Names for the war 

  • Background 

  • Transition period 

  • Diệm era, 1954–63 

  • Kennedy's escalation, 1961–63 

  • Johnson's escalation, 1963–69 

  • Nixon Doctrine and Vietnamization, 1969–72 

  • U.S. exit and final campaigns, 1973–75 

  • Opposition to U.S. involvement in the war, 1964–73 

  • Involvement of other countries 

  • United Front for the Liberation of Oppressed Races (FULRO) 

  • War crimes 

  • Women in the Vietnam War 

  • Black servicemen in Vietnam 

  • Weapons 

  • Aftermath