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Vietnam's will to live; resistance to foreign aggression from early times through the nineteenth century, by Helen B. Lamb.

New York, Monthly Review Press [1972] .
ISBN 9780853452393, 0853452393

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Subjects France -- Relations -- Viêt-nam.
Vietnam -- History.
Viêt-nam -- Histoire.
Viêt-nam -- Relations -- France.
Description viii, 344 pages maps 22 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Vietnam and the Vietnamese -- Catholic challenge to the Vietnamese way of life -- The rise and fall of the Tay Son and the rise of Nguyen Anh -- Mounting conflict between the Nguyen dynasty and France, 1802-1858 -- The Franco-Vietnamese War, 1858-1862 -- "Negotiations" and their aftermath -- The subjugation of French Cochinchina -- French designs on North Vietnam -- France's "police action" becomes an international war involving China -- The Can Vuong (rescue-the-king) movement -- The Van Than (scholars' resistance) -- Twilight of resistance -- Assessment of the failure -- Impact of the movement.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Vietnam
Network Numbers (OCoLC)579260
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WorldCat Identities Lamb, Helen Boyden.
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