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What is one difference between World War II and the Vietnam War

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  1. 14 June, 01:56
    their was more people


    Unlike the second world war, there was moral ambiguity in Vietnam. America faced an ill-defined enemy that was hard to distinguish from civilians. There were American atrocities and massacres of unarmed civilians. It was hard to portray this war as "good" versus "evil", as had been the case during the Second World War.
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