Indochina

French Indochina was the French colonial regions of Southeast Asia. The French took power in the area, and established a federation called French Indochina in 1887. The Japanese Empire invaded French Indochina in 1941, and the... French Indochina was the French colonial regions of Southeast Asia. The French took power in the area, and established a federation called French Indochina in 1887. The Japanese Empire invaded French Indochina in 1941, and the Nazi-allied French Vichy government handed over Indochina to Japan. When the Second World War ended, France expected the other Allied Powers to return its Indochinese colonies to its control. The people of Indochina, however, had different ideas which led to the Vietnam War and the creation of three independent nations in Southeast Asia.
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Interesting! nice lesson

06/19/2015 08:04 PM

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