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Indochina Notes

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Notes for Indo China topic for Modern History. It is thorough notes of each syllabus dot point.

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International relations Southeast Asia French Indochina First Indochina War South Vietnam North Vietnam France–Vietnam relations Ho Chi Minh Geneva Conference Tonkin Vietnam War Ngo Dinh Diem Chi Minh
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Topics this document covers:
International relations Southeast Asia French Indochina First Indochina War South Vietnam North Vietnam France–Vietnam relations Ho Chi Minh Geneva Conference Tonkin Vietnam War Ngo Dinh Diem Chi Minh
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n South East Asian nations Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos - In the 19th century IndoChina was taken over by the French and added to its vast colonial empire - The Japanese conquest of South East Asia during WW2 saw French rune briefly replaced by Japanese rule - With Japan’s defeat in 1945, Vietnamese nationalists seized the opportunity to proclaim their independence, however at the same time the French returned to reclaim their former colony - Vietnamese were determined to determined to resist the French return and there ensued a long period of negotiation and warfare, which ended with a major victory to for the Vietnamese at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954 - Departure of the French brought to the surface bitter disputes that resulted in the division of Vietnam into two hostile parts; The South and North - The North • Nationalist Strong Hold, mounted a campaign to reunite the...
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