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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Indochina.

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Examples

  • In view of the upheavals in East Asia that followed the war, including independence efforts in French Indo-China and the Dutch East Indies as well as a civil war in China, the fact that the United States effectively occupied Japan and the Ryukyu Islands meant that the U.S. strategic position was safe.

    Between War and Peace

  • British Ambassador Lord Halifax expressed provisional support–a reduction of the Japanese force in southern Indo-China was certainly worth having, always assuming the Japanese were not given too much economic compensation in return.

    Sealing Their Fate

  • They were headed, they said, for Kunming, a city in the western province of Yunnan, but they actually flew to Hanoi in French Indo-China.

    The Last Empress

  • Any movement of military forces on this scale would look suspicious, but observers of the main convoy during the first two days of its voyage could not be certain that this particular movement amounted to anything more than a major reinforcement of Japanese forces in southern Indo-China.

    Sealing Their Fate

  • In the 19th century the 'east' consisted of the Near East (or the Levant) and the Far East, divided into specific territorial components (such as Indo-China).

    Palestine Chronicle - Headlines

  • The former colonies which had been marked for independence, during President Roosevelt's term, were now doomed to various forms of either their former, colonial status (such as Indo-China and Indonesia), or some thinly disguised form of pseudo-independence under Anglo-Dutch Liberal financier control of all important moveable assets of those newly "freed" nations.

    LaRouche's Latest

  • Delon served in the Navy in Indo-China, and after his return, had a period on the Marseilles waterfront, where, on his own admission, he made friends among the criminal world.

    From the archive, 25 January 1969: French actor Alain Delon held

  • As to the numbers - by the first of December 1941, the Japanese had amassed more than 250,000 trained soldiers in Indo-China.

    The Story of the Taiwan POW's

  • There was massive protest, and that's one of the reasons why, awful as it was, it was somewhat constrained, certainly as compared with Indo-China.

    Christopher Lydon: Noam Chomsky: the American Socrates on an Upbeat (AUDIO)

  • The Asiatic countries were in a state of ferment, and she found that throughout French Indo-China, Burma, Malaya—and on a larger scale in India and China—the people were following similar patterns of revolt against Western economic and political imperialism.

    A Covert Affair

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