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A Guerra do Vietnã foi um grande conflito armado que aconteceu no Vietnã, Laos e Camboja de 1 de novembro de 1955 até a queda de Saigon em 30 de abril de 1975. Foi a segunda das Guerras da Indochina e foi oficialmente travada entre o Vietnã do Norte e o governo do Vietnã do Sul. O exército norte-vietnamita era apoiado pela União Soviética, China e outros aliados comunistas, enquanto os sul-vietnamitas eram apoiados pelos Estados Unidos, Coreia do Sul, Austrália, Tailândia, e outras nações anti-comunistas pelo Mundo. Neste cenário, o conflito no Vietnã é descrito como uma guerra por procuração no auge da Guerra Fria.
Quando em 29 de março de 1973 os EUA assinam o tratado que garante a retirada das suas tropas da guerra, o momento é histórico. .
Sem cumprir seu objetivo ao entrar no conflito, os EUA enfrentam sua primeira derrota e seus desdobramentos: uma imprensa e sociedade civil que reprovavam fortemente o conflito, principalmente através em razão das imagens que traziam o horror da guerra aos olhos a população Norte-americana. .
Durante a década de 70 o movimento pacifista toma forma e cresce nos EUA, contra a guerra, sendo uma de suas principais expressões o movimento hippie, com o lema "Faça amor, não faça guerra".
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Posting my long-due tri-photo taken in Cambodia.
Flashback to December 2019 where I never deeply appreciated the ability to roam around and travel freely. Now that I’ve been inside the ship for two weeks, I tremendously miss my carefree and adventurous spirit walking around this beautiful ruins. I miss the freedom.
But, I wish all of these end as soon as possible, and be grateful in everything that we have had in this lifetime.
Book Review 121:
Title: Mahaveer: The Soldier Who Never Died
Author: Rupa Srikumar & A.K. Srikumar
Mahaveer: The Soldier Who Never Died is a story about a soldier who stood strong for his motherland even after leaving his body. This story takes you back to the Indo-China war in 1962. The author unveiled the facts which were unknown to most of us.
- The cover is beautiful and attractive.
- The title is apt for the story as it is all about the soldier who fought even after his death.
- The author narrated the story well, giving goosebumps to the readers at those war scenes where the soldier fought with the help of two women.
- The language is easy to read and understand.
- Nice and unique plot.
Overall, a very good read to know about the long lost soldier.
Qotd: did you get a chance to read or watch a life story of a freedom fighter? If yes...who is he/she?
representing the ibong adarna of the pelepens! also, i’m not sure what i’m looking for?? or am I just looking for the one? Hahaha kidding,,, srsly tho I MISS thailand, i LOOOOVE thailand!! wanna go back to thailanddddd 🥺🥺🥺 #bangkok#thailand#indochina#backpacking
I have always thought that the Indochina Backpacking Trip would be one hell of a crazy adventure but would be rich with new experiences that is definitely worth the try. This was my longest trip to date since I started loving the idea from travelling way back 2015.
I used my most number of Vacation Leaves for this trip, Plus months of planning for a perfect itinerary that would perfectly match my personality and type of adventure I was looking for.
Travel has always been a part of my life, but the past years has seen it become integral to my identity. I've been to Indochina peninsula recently. Since I can't travel right now, I can work on improving my YouTube channel. Here's a video recapping (some of) my trips. 😘😉
Não só fui pra Conchinchina, como visitei uma pagoda linda lá! Traz boa sorte esfregar a barriguinha do Laughing Buddha, além de felicidade e prosperidade. É o que precisamos pra 2020!
And so here we are at the end of a decade! 31 December 2019. I know it sounds cliche , but this year really has gone by in the blink of an eye.
Not just today but everyday, I’m grateful for so much. For the good health of my family ( my husband, kids and my mum and dad ) for the amazing opportunities that have come my way this year through @natashainthecity - I work so dam hard everyday at what I do and at creating content that I love, for both my account and for other businesses. I’m so grateful for these friendships, connections, for every single like and comment and for the support and words of encouragement from my friends who seem to know just when I need to hear them. THANK YOU !! I’m so excited to see what 2020 brings and to share it with you.
As a family, a highlight of this year was our trip to Vietnam. So many lifelong memories were made and experiences were had. It’s been a while so here’s a photo taken in Hoi An.
I’m excited for 2020 as my husband and I will be celebrating some special milestones but I’m also excited about the unknown!
So if you’re still reading this 🤣 I’d like to send you much love, good health, peace and happiness for an amazing year ahead. Natasha xx
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When I looked back while returning from Gaumukh, i couldn’t resist from clicking this view!