Strategic Leadership in WWII and Vietnam Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Strategic Leadership in WWII and Vietnam
A comparison of the Axis leadership of WWII with Vietnam's leadership during the Viet Nam war.
# 72246 | 1,350 words | 2 sources | APA | 2004 | US

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This paper compares the flawed strategic vision of the Axis leaders of WWII with the genius of Nguyen Giap in Vietnam. The paper discusses the structural advantages of the Allied forces in WWII in terms of wealth and manpower and the superior strategic vision of Communists in Vietnam.

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"The Allied Coalition that defeated the Axis Powers in World War Two consisted of dozens of nations. The major Allies were France, the United Kingdom, China, the Soviet Union and the United States. Other Allies included Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India and South Africa from the British Commonwealth. Brazil, Iran, Iraq, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, the Dominican Republic,
El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama all declared war on the Axis as well and gave varying but limited support to the..."

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