French Indochina love

French Indochina

Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • proper noun A former part of the French colonial empire in Indochina in southeast Asia, consisting of the current territories of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the French colonies of the territory now occupied by Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • As a result of the British and French propaganda, U.S. prestige in French Indochina had deteriorated rapidly since VJ Day.

    A Covert Affair

  • As a result of the British and French propaganda, U.S. prestige in French Indochina had deteriorated rapidly since VJ Day.

    A Covert Affair

  • In French Indochina, the Communist leader, whose nom de guerre was Ho Chi Minh, had declared himself head of an independent Vietnamese republic.

    A Covert Affair

  • In French Indochina, the Communist leader, whose nom de guerre was Ho Chi Minh, had declared himself head of an independent Vietnamese republic.

    A Covert Affair

  • Thousands of still-armed Japanese soldiers were “keeping order” in French Indochina, Paul reported to his brother, adding that Heppner expected there would be civil war there soon, too.

    A Covert Affair

  • Thousands of still-armed Japanese soldiers were “keeping order” in French Indochina, Paul reported to his brother, adding that Heppner expected there would be civil war there soon, too.

    A Covert Affair

  • He nimbly plucks historical antecedents involving Woodrow Wilson, the League of Nations, William Howard Taft, and Charles de Gaulle, moving forward through the abandonment and fall of Dienbienphu in French Indochina in 1954.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • He nimbly plucks historical antecedents involving Woodrow Wilson, the League of Nations, William Howard Taft, and Charles de Gaulle, moving forward through the abandonment and fall of Dienbienphu in French Indochina in 1954.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • He nimbly plucks historical antecedents involving Woodrow Wilson, the League of Nations, William Howard Taft, and Charles de Gaulle, moving forward through the abandonment and fall of Dienbienphu in French Indochina in 1954.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • He nimbly plucks historical antecedents involving Woodrow Wilson, the League of Nations, William Howard Taft, and Charles de Gaulle, moving forward through the abandonment and fall of Dienbienphu in French Indochina in 1954.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.