Vietnam or Indochina?

Contesting Concepts of Space in Vietnamese Nationalism, 1887-1954

by Christopher E. Goscha

  • Published:
  • Pages: 154 pp.
  • illustrated
  • Series number: 28
Out of print - new edition under preparation

Shows how the communists' conception of an Indochinese space was grounded in the French colonial transport, communication and bureaucratic systems but above all in the French attempt to forge a French-led Indochinese federation.

Shows how the communists' conception of an Indochinese space was grounded in the French colonial transport, communication and bureaucratic systems but above all in the French attempt to forge a French-led Indochinese federation.

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Christopher Goscha is Associate Professor of International Relations and Southeast Asian History at the Université du Québec à Montréal. He has published widely on cultural, social, political, and diplomatic aspects of colonial Indochina and the wars for modern Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.


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