Domino theory came from the notion of “containment” that governed american foreign policy from late 1940s until 1980s it was basically said that if one country came under communist influence or control, its neighboring countries would soon follow in a domino effect. The united states was concerned that, should north vietnam prevail and turn vietnam into a communist state, neighbouring countries such as laos, cambodia and thailand were also likely to succumb in what was called the ‘domino effect. The vietnam war and its impact - refugees and boat people photo by: artur żebrowski many of these countries began to close the camps, forcing dislocated refugees to contemplate returning to vietnam by early 1996 more than 39,000 vietnamese still remained in the camps the vietnam war and its impact forum « treaties. Inquiry question: what was the impact of the war on australia and/or neighbouring countries outcomes: a student 51 explains social, political and cultural developments and events and evaluates their impact on australian life. Target group: year 8 australian curriculum reference: + indochinese after the end of the vietnam war in 1975 with migrants originating from more than 185 countries the impact of immigration the post-war immigration program has benefited australian life in many ways.
Land in neighbouring laos and cambodia was also sprayed with agent orange during the vietnam war because forests on the border with vietnam were used by the vietcong some countries, such as canada , saw testing, while other countries, such as brazil , used the herbicide to clear out sections of land for agriculture. June 24 1979 boat people tàu vượt biên trong cơn hoạn nạn được tàu mỹ cứu vớt - boat people rescued 2of 2 vntv - duration: 6:57 vietnewstelevision 63,279 views. The main countries involved in the vietnam war were north and south vietnam south vietnam : was backed by anti-communist countries and members of the south east asia treaty organization (seato) which included the united states, south korea, australia, the philippines, new zealand, thailand, khmer republic (later overthrown by khmer rouge. The vietnam war and australia’s attitudes to indo-chinese refugees the following resources are designed to assist teachers who wish to explore the impact of at least one world event or development and its significance for australia, specifically the vietnam war and indochinese refugees, when teaching the globalising world as a depth study focussing on migration experiences.
The vietnam era was a time of social upheaval in australia, but other western countries, such as france, that had no involvement in this war in vietnam also experienced rebellion and internal conflict. Australia in the 20th century: working historically teacher support 24 what was the impact of world war i on the australian homefront 54 what was the impact of the war on australia and neighbouring countries • vietnam veterans page 219 • indochinese refugees page 222. Impact of the vietnam war on australia society, vietnam veterans and their families, protest groups, the government, migrants, australia's relations with asia, how australian society was altered by its involvement in the vietnam war australia had become one of the most multicultural countries in the world 65 the role of women also changed.
The vietnam war was the longest and most polarizing conflict in the history of the united states learn about the causes of the war as well as its effects on the united states. The neighbouring countries are china laos and cambodia. Australia involved in vietnam war 1962–72 1967 asean (association of south east asian nations) founded with neighbouring asian–pacific countries have improved since australia’s place in the world: the background 81 some international issues impact on australia’s national interest and security, many of which relate to each. The main countries involved in the vietnam war were north and south vietnamsouth vietnam was backed by anti-communist countries and members of the south east asia treaty organization (seato) which included the united states, south korea, australia, the philippines, new zealand, thailand, khmer republic (later overthrown by khmer rouge), kingdom of laos and republic of china (taiwan.
The vietnam war (1955-1975) essay the vietnam war is considered to be one of the most important events in the history of the united states this event influenced the lives of millions of americans because many citizens of the united states were enrolled in the army. What was the impact of the vietnam war on australia and its neighbouring countries in your response please refer to: - indo chinese refugees - the divisive nature of the war follow economic and social impact of the vietnam war on australia answer questions did the soldiers in ww1 and ww2 only fight to protect white people. The impact of the vietnam war on australia’s relations with asia the vietnam war impacted australia’s fundamental perception of the asian region during the 1950s and 1960s, australia’s relations with asia were heavily diminished due to influence from the cold war and the fear of communism.
The main impact on australia though, was the mass amount of people who immigrated to australia illegally, known as refugees when the vietnam war was won by the communists, much harsher governments took over and many were afraid of consequences of being associated with the south vietnamese defence attempts. The economic effects of the war extend beyond the country’s borders affecting also the neighbouring countries in particular, trade is one of the main channels through which the effects of the crisis are transmitted to neighbouring countries. Australian veterans’ health: vietnam australia: war and health 5 60,000 australian military personnel were sent to vietnam to aid the united states between 1962 and 1972 the us had backed department of veterans affairs, ‘literature review of health effects of vietnam service’, 2002 4 department of veteran affairs, ‘the third. The vietnam war and the movement against it had a huge impact on new zealand both socially and politically south vietnam and america were defeated in 1975 after the fall of the south of vietnam there was an influx of refugees into neighbouring countries and even as far as new zealand.