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Vietnam War Grave Marker (Faced Aluminum)

  • SKU:  GRAV702
  • Size:25 in.
  • Material:Aluminum
  • $40.35

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Honor your Vietnam War veteran with this aluminum finish grave marker. This official Vietnam War veteran grave marker design is mounted on 20 in. aluminum rod and can hold one 12 in. x 18 in. American flag or Armed Forces flag. Grave markers are particularly popular on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. Flag not included! See below to shop for flags. All of our grave markers are beautifully designed to honor our nations veterans.

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Interesting information: In January 1973, the United States and North Korea concluded a final peace agreement, ending open hostilities between the two nations. War between North and South Vietnam continued, however, until April 30, 1975, when DRV forces captured Saigon, renaming it Ho Chi Minh City (Ho himself died in 1969). The long conflict had affected an immense majority of the country’s population; in eight years of warfare, an estimated 2 million Vietnamese died, while 3 million were wounded and another 12 million became refugees. War had decimated the country's infrastructure and economy, and reconstruction proceeded slowly. In 1976, Vietnam was unified as the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, though sporadic violence continued over the next 15 years, including conflicts with neighboring China and Cambodia. Under a broad free market policy put in place in 1986, the economy began to improve, boosted by oil export revenues and an influx of foreign capital. Trade and diplomatic relations between Vietnam and the U.S. were resumed in the 1990s.

In the United States, the effects of the Vietnam War would linger long after the last troops returned home in 1973. The nation spent more than $120 billion on the conflict in Vietnam from 1965-73; this massive spending led to widespread inflation, exacerbated by a worldwide oil crisis in 1973 and skyrocketing fuel prices. In 1982, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was unveiled in Washington, D.C. On it were inscribed the names of 57,939 American armed forces killed or missing during the war; later additions brought that total to 58,200.

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