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Stomping South Vietnam

Tales of the American Empire | February 27, 2020

General William Westmoreland’s strategy during the Vietnam war was to kill enemy soldiers faster than they could be replaced. American Generals attempted to win with massive aerial bombings, starving the rural population, and shooting anyone who seemed hostile. Large areas of South Vietnam were designated as “free fire zones” where everyone was presumed the enemy. American soldiers often laughed at this immorality and stated: “kill them all and let God sort them out.” As a result, roughly two million Vietnamese civilians were killed and several times more wounded by American weaponry. General William DePuy defined this strategy as: “more bombs, more shells, more napalm… We are going to stomp them to death.”


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1 Comment »

  1. The Vietnamese kicked the French Military OUT of Vietnam……They then kicked the American Military OUT of Vietnam, and then they Kicked the Chinese Military OUT of Vietnam.
    The American troops were fragging their senior officers in the end, as Military discipline disintegrated. The Military realised then that the “game” was over.
    The Vietnamese had nowhere to retreat to……The Americans(and the French before them), did……

    “It is very hard to beat someone who never gives up”(Babe Ruth).


    Comment by brianharryaustralia | July 23, 2020 | Reply

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