From colonialism to communism : a case history of North Vietnam / Hoang Van Chi ; with an introduction by P.J. Honey.


New York : Praeger, 1964.

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Subjects Communism -- Vietnam.
Vietnam (Democratic Republic)
Vietnam (Democratic Republic) -- History.
Vietnam -- History.
Series Praeger publications in Russian history and world communism ; 136.
Description xv, 252 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1964.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 246) and index.
Contents Grandeur and servitude of a small and weak nation. Vietnam in the past ; Vietnam in modern history -- Independence for the nth time. Ho Chi Minh, the national hero ; Emergence of communism ; The final triumph -- First steps towards a totalitarian regime. Economic levelling ; The first wave of terror ; The list of traitors -- Thought reform. Ideological operations ; Control-discussion ; Correctional training ; The five lessons -- Land reform. General outlines of the land reform ; The land rent reduction campaign ; The land reform campaign proper ; Rectification of errors ; Revolts and repressions ; Resumption of collectivisation.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Vietnam
Network Numbers (OCoLC)411963
(OCoLC)ocm00411963
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hoàng, Văn Chí.
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