How Many US Soldiers Died In The Vietnam War ￼?
So, your question is how many US soldiers died in the deadly Vietnam War ￼?
Let me tell you, Vietnam War (1955–1975) was one of the deadliest conflicts of the 20th century that happened after World War 2.
Here, the United States of America had to face the highest numbers of military deaths after the Second World War.
The total number of US soldiers’ deaths here 58,209.
Of course, this is a huge number.
From these 58,209 soldiers, 47,424 died in direct armed conflict with the Vietnamese, and 10,785 died due to some other causes.
But hey wait, this was not enough.
Because 153,303 soldiers also got very badly wounded.
Along with that 1,587 soldiers missed somewhere in Vietnams’ jungles.
This means the total military casualties from the US side in this combat was 213,099.
How Many US Soldiers Participated In The Vietnam War ￼?
2,709,918 US soldiers participated in the Vietnam War.
The highest number of soldiers involved in 1969 when the conflict was in peak.
This year 543,000 American soldiers involved in it.
Did The US Succeed In Their Intention?
In one word ‘No’.
Vietnam War was one of the ugliest results of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States of America.
From the massive conflict, nor the US achieved something neither Vietnam.
It caused only the deaths of innocent human lives (including US soldiers) and a bad impact on the environment.
Even, many historians consider this war as one of the biggest failures of US politics.
Other Countries’ Soldiers In The Vietnam War
Many other countries also participated in the conflict as allies of the United States.
Those countries were:
- South Vietnam
- South Korea
- New Zealand
- Khmer Republic