1) In both cases, we (The U.S.) are fighting a guerrilla war with conventional forces.
2) The enemy has an opposite ideology.
3) In both wars, the enemy is obtaining material support from outside the country.
4) The population of the
5) An increase in violence was and is being seen as signs of losing the war.
6) Politically, the wars are disasters for the political party who engaged in fighting in the first place.
I am certain that I have missed many. Please feel free to comment.
1) Opposite overall situation. In
2) The beginning of
4) War in
I am certain that I have missed some here as well. The overall point is that NO two wars are the same. Significant differences ALWAYS exist.