Originally posted by adam warlockUh...I think that was NORTH Vietnam that was bombed by the US, not the South.
In an another thread FMF cites a number for the casualties in the Vietnam War (which I think is an understatement) but just for the fun of it I did a google search on that topic:
When ...[text shortened]... and Nagasaki ) and the people that lived there were just miraculously untouched I guess.
Originally posted by adam warlockLaos is the most heavily bombed country in the world. More bombs have fallen on Laos than all the ordnance dropped on Europe during WWII.
Well I happen to know that South Vietnam was more heavily bombed. Not just South Vietnam, but Cambodia and Laos (that were neutral countries by the way).
Originally posted by rwingettI have. The USA also bombed South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
The US bombed NORTH Vietnam, not South Vietnam. Look it up.
Originally posted by Proper KnobI think that the proper way to say it is that was called Indochina is the most heavily bombed country in the world. But the most part of it fell on Cambodia and SV, isn't it?
Laos is the most heavily bombed country in the world. More bombs have fallen on Laos than all the ordnance dropped on Europe during WWII.
Originally posted by Proper Knob7000000-2000000= 5000000
The guy is incorrect.
7,000,000 tons is the total for the whole war, not just what was droped on Vietnam as he is suggesting.