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ⓘ French Indochina is a region that consists of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. It became part of the French colonial empire in the late 19th century. The Japanese E ..




French Indochina
                                     

ⓘ French Indochina

French Indochina is a region that consists of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam. It became part of the French colonial empire in the late 19th century. The Japanese Empire conquered it in the Second World War, and other wars went on for decades.

                                     
  • Indochina War, Anti - French War, Franco - Vietnamese War, Franco - Vietminh War, Indochina War, Dirty War in France and Anti - French Resistance War in contemporary
  • The following is a list of flags of French Indochina from 17 October 1887 to 9 March 1945. Government Armes forces Annam and Tonkin Laos Cambodia Cochinchina
  • Cambodia Laos Vietnam These countries have been known as Indochina since the time of French Colonialism. Often also included in the scope of the term
  • War II, after Nazi Germany defeated the French in 1940, French Indochina was controlled by the Vichy French government, a puppet government approved
  • state controlled by France It was established in 1949. It was an associated state and a constitutent territory of the French Indochina until 1954. From
  • battle between Vietnamese and French forces, which Vietnam won. This led the French to give up in the First Indochina War, securing the independence
  • important in France and had several ministers in the Provisional Government. However, its support to independentist movement in French Indochina and to strikes
  • Former French Air Force bomber Douglas A - 26 Invader used in Indochina war. Former French Air Force reconnaissance aircraft ANF - Les Mureaux 113. French Air
  • Vietnamese at its beginning, but it grew throughout French Indochina The Communist Party of Indochina was able to found a small Lao section in 1936. In
  • Battle of Route Coloniale 4 was a campaign in the First Indochina War carried out by the Viet Minh Army from 16 September to 17 October 1950 to break
  • Quảng Dức 1897 June 11, 1963 was a Buddhist Monk from Hoi Khanh, French Indochina who committed suicide by burning himself to death while sitting in