vyetnamcha: Chiến tranh Việt Nam
| Janubiy Vyetnam|
| Janubiy Vyetnam
220,357-316,000 murda, 1,170,000 yarador
58,220 murda, 303,635 yarador, 1,687 yoʻqotish
5,099 murda, 10,962 yarador, 4 yoʻqotish
521 murda, 3,000 yarador
37 murda, 187 yarador
30,000 murda, yaradorlarning soni nomaʼlum.
Jami murdalar: 315,384-412,000
Jami murdalar: 1,177,462 (eng yuqori baho)
|Vyetnam fuqarolik oʻlimlari (ikki tomondan): ~2,000,000|
Kambodja fuqarolik oʻlimlari (ikki tomondan): 700,000-1,000,000
Laos fuqarolik oʻlimlari (ikki tomondan): ~50,000
|~2,750,000 — 3,050,000|
Vyetnam urushi (vyetnamcha: Chiến tranh Việt Nam; Ikkinchi Hindixitoy urushi nomi bilan ham tanilgan) 1955-yil 1-noyabrdan to Saygon qulagunigacha, yaʼni 1975-yil 30-aprelgacha Vyetnam, Laos va Kambodja davlatlarida boʻlgan mojarodir. Bu urush Hindixitoy urushlarining ikkinchisi boʻlib, rasmiy ravishda Shimoliy Vyetnam va Janubiy Vyetnam oʻrtasidagi urush edi. Shimoliy Vyetnam Sovet Ittifoqi, Xitoy va boshqa kommunistik ittifoqchilar tomonidan qoʻllab-quvvatlandi; Janubiy Vyetnamni esa AQSh, Janubiy Koreya, Filippin, Avstraliya, Tailand va boshqa antikommunistik ittifoqchilar qoʻllab-quvvatlashdi.
- ALLIES OF THE REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM. 24 September 2011.
- Chapter Three: 1957-1969 Early Relations between Malaysia and Vietnam (PDF). University of Malaya Student Repository. 17 October 2015.
- Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj (Profiles of Malaysia's Foreign Ministers) (PDF). Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Malaysia) (2008). Asl nusxadan arxivlandi (16 October 2015). 17 October 2015. “The Tunku had been personally responsible for Malaya's partisan support of the South Vietnamese regime in its fight against the Vietcong and, in reply to a Parliamentary question on 6 February 1962, he had listed all the used weapons and equipment of the Royal Malaya Police given to Saigon. These included a total of 45,707 single-barrel shotguns, 611 armoured cars and smaller numbers of carbines and pistols. Writing in 1975, he revealed that "we had clandestinely been giving 'aid' to Vietnam since early 1958. Published American archival sources now reveal that the actual Malaysian contributions to the war effort in Vietnam included the following: "over 5,000 Vietnamese officers trained in Malaysia; training of 150 U.S. soldiers in handling Tracker Dogs; a rather impressive list of military equipment and weapons given to Viet-Nam after the end of the Malaysian insurgency (for example, 641 armored personnel carriers, 56,000 shotguns); and a creditable amount of civil assistance (transportation equipment, cholera vaccine, and flood relief)". It is undeniable that the Government's policy of supporting the South Vietnamese regime with arms, equipment and training was regarded by some quarters, especially the Opposition parties, as a form of interfering in the internal affairs of that country and the Tunku's valiant efforts to defend it were not convincing enough, from a purely foreign policy standpoint.”
Bu andozani aniqrogʻiga almashtirish kerak.