The Vietnam War's long-term effects on the nation include all of the following EXCEPT: a. it resulted in a divided country c. hundreds of thousands of people were displaced b. the countryside was ravaged by herbicides d. there was a loss of over to million lives.
The Vietnam War's long-term effects on the nation include all of the following except a loss of over 2 million lives. A detailed demographic study calculated 791,000–1,141,000 war-related Vietnamese deaths, both soldiers and civilians, for all of Vietnam from 1965 to 1975.
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