Vietnam - And Domino Theory

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History

 

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Alex H

 

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December 13, 2011

 

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When the French expanded to central and northern Vietnam (Annam and Tonkin), they were met by a forceful resistance movement led by the educated elite of the country, who mobilized peasants to fight the French in pitched battles and guerrilla raids. Even after Emperor Ham Nghi -- in whose name the Vietnamese struggled -- was captured and exiled to Algeria in 1888, the movement continued...
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Even after Emperor Ham Nghi -- in whose name the Vietnamese struggled -- was captured and exiled to Algeria in 1888, the movement continued. Ultimately, sheer military force enabled the French to subdue the land, if not the people. After the defeat of the French at Dien Bien Phu in 1954, the Imperialist slowly withdrew from Vietnam knowing that they were defeated, but they still had the urge to keep the colony part of the Great Empire...
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