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Journal of Asian Studies (1975) 34 (3): 857–858.
Published: 01 May 1975
...Ella S. Laffey Französischer Imperialismus in Vietnam: Die Koloniale Expansion und die Errichtung des Protektorates Annam-Tonking, 1880–1885 . By Dieter Brötel . Zurich : Atlantis Verlag , 1971 . 525 pp. Notes, Appendix, Bibliography. DM/Fr. 58.00. Copyright © The Association...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1990) 49 (4): 993–995.
Published: 01 November 1990
...Alexander Woodside Annam-Tonkin, 1885–1896: Lettrés et paysans vietnamiens face à la conquête coloniale . By Charles Fourniau . Paris : Editions L'Harmattan , 1989 . 294 pp. Copyright © The Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1990 1990 BOOK REVIEWS SOUTHEAST ASIA 993 new...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1969) 28 (4): 875–876.
Published: 01 August 1969
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (2): 122–138.
Published: 01 February 1947
...Lawrence Palmer Briggs Abstract Gialong (1802–20) owed his throne and the establishment of the Empire of Annam to the assistance of the French, particularly that of the missionary, Pierre Pigneau de Béhaine, Bishop of Adran. At this time the French undoubtedly could have had a protectorate over...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 364–378.
Published: 01 August 1947
... Cochinchine) which she had conquered from Annam that France subsequently established her protectorate over Cambodia, annexed the remaining three provinces of Cochinchina, and eventually extended her suzerainty over Annam, Tonkin, and Laos. Had she not decided to remain in Cochinchina, therefore...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1945) 4 (4): 313–340.
Published: 01 August 1945
...R. Stanley Thomson Abstract When the empire of Annam, by the treaty of June 5, 1862, ceded to France the three eastern provinces of Cochinchina, France acquired several new neighbors in the Far East. From 1862 on, she was constantly occupied by her political and economic relations...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 379–389.
Published: 01 August 1947
... river, with later extension down the Annam coast and directly to Cochinchina. A large number of the nuclear lexical elements (roots) of Annamese are Mon-Khmer; hence its basic affinities may be said to lie here, but the language appears to have been deeply influenced by Thai, which has given...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 334–344.
Published: 01 August 1947
... on the soils of Indochina in the Annales de gèographie, 47 (1938), 508–09, in which they reviewed two articles, one by Castognol, “Propriétiés et characteres fondamentaux des sols du Tonkin et du nord Annam,” Bulletin économique de l'Indochine (1935), 338–48, and the other by M. B. Tkatchenko, “Remarque...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 396–408.
Published: 01 August 1947
..., but there are many others for the making of specialty articles, such as paper, religious figures, and jewelry. In 1938 it was estimated that 1,350,000 people were engaged in handicraft industries. This was 7 per cent of the total population of Tonkin and Annam and 4 per cent in the other provinces. This paper...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 345–363.
Published: 01 August 1947
.... 32 J. Moura, Le royaume du Cambodge (Paris, 1883), vol. 2, pp. 61–62; Adhémard Léclère, Histoire du Cambodge (Paris, 1913), 351–52. 33 Maybon Charles , Histoirc modern du pays a”Annam (1592–1820) ( Paris , 1919 ), 121 . 34 Moura, op. cit ., vol. 2, pp. 81–85...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1948) 7 (4): 442–447.
Published: 01 August 1948
..., and northern Annam became parts of the Chinese empire and remained so for approximately one millennium. After a period of rather loose indirect government through local chiefs, the Chinese, during the first decennia of the first century A.D., began to discourage native institutions and customs, and forcibly...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1946) 5 (4): 439–454.
Published: 01 August 1946
..., he married an Annamite Princess, of the family of Nguyen, a dynasty which, with its capital near the present Quang-Tri, was ruling the coast of Annam (then called Cochin China) and rivalling the Trinh dynasty of Tonkin as "Mayors of the Palace" of the decadent Le Emperors, at Hanoi, who were...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1941) 1 (1): 25–42.
Published: 01 November 1941
... in the Far East, Siam and Annam remained the only large and valuable areas in southern Asia not yet absorbed by European imperialism. The occasion for reawakened French interest in the peninsula came in 1785. A rebellion in Tongking a few years before had driven the ruling Nguyen family of Annam from...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (4): 390–395.
Published: 01 August 1947
... of tribal groups to self-realization cannot be shrugged off with mutterings about "mere savages." The mountain jungles of Annam and, to a certain extent, also those of Laos and of Cambodia, are inhabited by a relatively primitive group, whom their more civilized neighbors designate by terms signifying...
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Journal of Asian Studies (2018) 77 (4): 1037–1058.
Published: 01 November 2018
..., cemeteries, and place names melted into generalized names—“village,” “uncultivated plain,” and “scrub” (see figure 5 ). Despite his boosterish view on colonial development in the hills, the 1884 treaty that established the Protectorate of Annam prohibited French entrepreneurs from claiming the hills. After...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1945) 5 (1): 28–46.
Published: 01 November 1945
... the impression that he had been intimidated. The Phra Klang further acknowledged that France had succeeded to the place of Annam in Cambodia but at the same time reminded Grandière that Siam had exercised the rights of a suzerain in Cambodia over a long period. This prolonged relationship between Siam...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1947) 6 (3): 262–282.
Published: 01 May 1947
...Lawrence Palmer Briggs Abstract Gabriel Aubaret came to the China coast as a Lieutenant in the French Marine. A thorough student, he soon mastered Chinese, as he later did some of the languages of Indo-China. His career in Annam and Cochin China has been related in a previous number...
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Far Eastern Quarterly (1948) 8 (1): 72–80.
Published: 01 November 1948
..., as distinct from plains. The Mekong Delta (including the two southernmost provinces of Cambodia) represents 16,800 square miles; that of the Red River, 6,000; northern Annam and a series of deltas along the coast from "Porte" (Door) of Annam to the Cochinchinese frontier, about 7,900 over 30,000 square miles...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1986) 45 (2): 293–328.
Published: 01 February 1986
..., who were to be given conditional independence. The most significant change in Japan's new Indochina was the replacement of all high-ranking officials in the general government in Hanoi and in the five regional administrations in Cambodia, Laos, Tonkin, Annam, and Cochinchina. On March 16, 1945...
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Journal of Asian Studies (1983) 42 (4): 791–803.
Published: 01 August 1983
... of patron-client relations. Communist peasants, or peasants influenced by Communists, orient themselves toward mutual aid or cooperatives; this was the case, for example, during the Nghe Tinh upheaval (May 1930-May 1931) in northern Annam. The village community in Vietnam has internal cleavages...