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Indochina Chronology

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The Roots of the Conflicts in Indochina

Author : William K. Bouarouy
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Postwar Indochina

Author : Joseph Jermiah Zasloff
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The History of the Joint Chiefs of Staff History of the Indochina incident 1940 1954

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World Communist Movement Selective Chronology 1818 1957

Author : United States. Congress. House Un-American Activities Committee
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The Directory Chronicle for China Japan Corea Indo China Straits Settlements Malay States Sian Netherlands India Borneo the Philippines c

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Vietnam Joins the World American and Japanese Perspectives

Author : James Morley
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Ten American and Japanese specialists offer a comprehensive analysis of one of the most dramatic developments in Asia today: the re-emergence of Vietnam - not as the belligerent champion of a militant ideology and socialist cause, but as an open, friendly country seeking a respected place in the world community. Basing their observations on five years of study, visits to Vietnam, and numerous interviews with knowledgeable officials, scholars and businessmen there and in the United States and Japan, the authors evaluate the political, ecnomic, social and foreign policy changes that have been taking place in Vietnam over the past decade, trace the responses of the United States and Japan and offer a policy prescription for responding to the challenges of the future.

Five Hundred Books

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Cahiers de la Femme

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Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Indo China

Author : Reinhold Rost
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The Straits of Malacca Indo China and China

Author : John Thomson
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Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Indo China and the Indian Archipelago

Author : Reinhold Rost
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Miscellaneous Papers Relating to Indo China and the Indian Archipelago Account of the Malay mss belonging to the Royal Asiatic Society

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The Second Indochina War

Author : William S Turley
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In the United States, discussion of the Vietnam War has tended to focus on the U.S. role, U.S. strategy, U.S. diplomacy, and the war's effects on American society. The tendency to hold U.S. domestic politics responsible for the war's outcome implies that events in Indochina were nothing more than a backdrop for an essentially American drama. In contrast, The Second Indochina War emphasizes the Vietnamese dimensions of a conflict in which all of Indochina—Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia—was treated as a single strategic unit. The author contends that only from this perspective is it clear how the war began, why its scale outstripped U.S. expectations, and why the Communists prevailed. Professor Turley gives a balanced account of events in, and views from, Washington, Saigon, and Hanoi. Drawing on years of research in primary documents and interviews conducted by the author in Saigon and Hanoi, the book focuses on the experience, strategies, leadership, and internal politics of the revolutionary side. To set the scene, the author considers the legacies of colonial rule in Indochina and the origins of the U.S. commitment there. He recounts the development of the Saigon regime and explains the bases of revolution in the South, the key communist decisions, and the North's response to bombing. The major military campaigns are clearly described and analyzed, as are the negotiations that led to the Paris Agreement and its aftermath. Vietnam is the central focus, but the reader's attention is also drawn to the strategies and events that unified the conflict in all three countries of Indochina into a single war. Concise yet comprehensive, The Second Indochina War is suitable for the general reader, as a text for courses on the war, or as supplementary reading for courses on Southeast Asian politics, U.S. foreign policy, revolutionary conflict, and Asian regional security. An annotated bibliography and chronology enhance its usefulness. Original material on communist internal debates and military campaigns, based on primary documents in Vietnamese, will also make this book a valuable resource for scholars of Southeast Asia.

The Colonisation of Indo China

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Travels in the Central Parts of Indo China Siam Cambodia and Laos

Author : Henri Mouhot
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A Chronology of Events in Indo China

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Current Bibliographical Information

Author : Dag Hammarskjöld Library
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The Third Indochina War

Author : Odd Arne Westad
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This new collection explores the origins and key issues of the Third Indochina War, which began in 1979. Drawing on unique documentation from all sides, leading contributors reinterpret and demystify the long-term and immediate causes of the Vietnamese-Cambodian and Sino-Vietnamese conflicts. They closely examine how both the links between policies and policy assumptions in the countries involved, and the dynamics - national, regional and international - drove them towards war. Rather than explaining the conflicts as determined by age-old resentments and suspicions or seeing war between the former allies as the necessary outcome of the conflicts of the 1970s, the contributors to this volume look at the concrete causes for the breakdown in cooperation and the road to war. This volume includes even-handed assessments of the roles of the major players, including a look at the beginnings of Thai-Chinese military cooperation in support of the Khmer Rouge. The subjects covered remain highly relevant to inter-state relations in South East Asia, where border issues are still a cause of tension. An updated chronology of events leading to the outbreak of hostilities is also included. This book will be of immense interest to all students of the Third Indochina War, Southeast Asian history and of international relations and war studies in general.

A Manual of Bibliography

Author : Walter Thomas Rogers
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