What do the Geneva accords do?
Also to know is, what did the Geneva accords do?
The Geneva Accords refer to a series of agreements pertaining to the future of Vietnam. Under the terms of the Geneva Accords, Vietnam was divided at the 17th parallel for a period of two years. Free elections were scheduled for July 1956 to decide the government of reunified Vietnam.
Beside above, why did the United States not support the Geneva Accords? Why did the United States and Diem ignore the provisions in the Geneva Accords that called for national elections in 1956? Although Diem abused his powers as leader in South Vietnam, the U.S. still supported Diem because he was an anti-communist Roman Catholic and he led a democratic government in South Vietnam.
Also Know, was the Geneva Accords successful?
In July 1954, the Geneva Agreements were signed. As part of the agreement, the French agreed to withdraw their troops from northern Vietnam. They were convinced that national elections in Vietnam would result in an overwhelming victory for Ho, the man who had defeated the French colonialists.
How did the United States view the Geneva Agreement?
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