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Compliance was endorsed by a thirteen-party conference of foreign ministers representing, among others, China, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, the Republic of Vietnam, the Union of the Soviet Socialist Republic, and the United States.
Still, Marr's main focus was on events in Vietnam, and especially on explaining the involvement of the ICP and Ho Chi Minh in the August Revolution and the establishment of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV).
(3) During the First Indochina War, many of them sided with the nationalist Viet Minh, and the dioceses of Phat Diem and Bui Chu secured autonomy from the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945 in recognition of their alliance (Tran Thi Lien 1996, pp.
After Japan stripped the French of much power in Indochina in March 1945, Ho Chi Minh announced the independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2, 1945.
In 1945 he seized power in northern Vietnam and declared the creation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. (p.
Whereas the southern Republic of Vietnam was mainly concerned with pacification and mobilisation of its minorities due to the ongoing conflict, the northern Democratic Republic of Vietnam invested considerable time and energy in developing ethnology as a field of study.
His malleability was accentuated by the fact that he perished before the August 1945 revolution and that his stance on the Democratic Republic of Vietnam was therefore open to interpretation.
Under Ho Chi Minh, the Vietnamese Independence League or Viet Minh took power in vietnam in August 1945, declaring the country independent of French colonial control, and naming the new state of Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Vietnam was the first country in Asia to achieve independence from colonial domination--even earlier than India.
The Ho Chi Minh Campaign, or Spring Offensive, launched in March 1975 by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), was the largest military campaign ever fought in Southeast Asia by Southeast Asians.
In the course of doing so, de Treglode provides a nuanced account of the important yet overlooked role 'heroic exemplarity' played in the the creation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the Communist Party's subsequent consolidation of state power (c.
Ironically, although the author is not particularly sympathetic to the French and their Vietnamese allies, he spends more time discussing them, and we learn much more about the political twists and turns of former Emperor Bao Dai's State of Vietnam than about Ho Chi Minh and his Democratic Republic of Vietnam resistance government.
These debates have heretofore been overlooked, with academic discussions in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV) being depicted as monolithic, reflecting an ideologically standardised viewpoint--the end product--rather than being seen for their intricate debates and contestations--the process.
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