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  • adj. Of, or pertaining to Indochina or its culture or people.

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Examples

  • In a chapter called "Servants in France," Toklas wrote about two "Indochinese" men who cooked for Toklas and Stein at 27 rue de Fleurus and at their summer house in Bilignin.

    An Interview with Monique Truong

  • It cannot be strongly enough emphasized that the Dien Bien Phu operations were a broader part of '' Indochinese '', not '' Vietnamese '', campaigns, and that it is critical to understand the relationship of the base to the geography of [[Laos]], not just [[Tonkin]] and the Red River Delta.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Indochinese refugees, known throughout the world as the “boat people,” were subject to horrific suffering and dangers when the Vietnamese government began expelling them after the fall of Saigon.

    The Good Fight

  • In June, Carter announced that the United States would double its intake of Indochinese refugees.

    The Good Fight

  • During this time Kissinger needlessly prolonged U.S. war-making in which 20,853 Americans were killed and an officially U. S.-estimated 7,860,013 Indochinese were murdered, maimed or made homeless.

    Fred Branfman: Hillary Clinton's Promoting Kissinger: An Insult to History

  • Most of these U.S. and Indochinese lives could have been saved had Kissinger negotiated a deal with the North Vietnamese in 1969, as urged by Averill Harriman, Clark Clifford, Cyrus Vance and many others.

    Fred Branfman: Hillary Clinton's Promoting Kissinger: An Insult to History

  • The policies Kissinger orchestrated created nearly eight million war victims, almost as much as the 8,745,207 Indochinese war victims created by Lyndon Johnson when 550,000 U.S. troops were based in South Vietnam.

    Fred Branfman: Hillary Clinton's Promoting Kissinger: An Insult to History

  • Inviting Kissinger to keynote a conference on U.S. history in Indochina insults history, the memories of tens of thousands of Americans and countless Indochinese civilians who needlessly died as a result of his policies, the young people of America who desperately need to learn the truth about what occurred in Indochina so as not to repeat it, and all those who oppose indiscriminate mass murder of civilians.

    Fred Branfman: Hillary Clinton's Promoting Kissinger: An Insult to History

  • I was behind the glass, like being behind the camera — or some television spectator faced with reports on the Indochinese war, or Nicaragua or El Salvador.

    Ballardian » ‘Le passé composé de J. G. Ballard’: JGB on Empire of the Sun

  • He recalls his college years in the 1960s, when he was a draft-deferred young Republican during America's murderous adventure in Vietnam -- in which more than 3 million Indochinese and 59,000 Americans were killed -- as a time of career advancement through strategic Washington appointments.

    Robert Scheer: Deceit of Shakespearean Proportions

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