Empire colonial de la France. L'Indo-Chine : Cochinchine, Cambodge, Laos, Annam, Tonkin - Jules Gervais-Courtellemont

Empire colonial de la France. L'Indo-Chine : Cochinchine, Cambodge, Laos, Annam, Tonkin - Jules Gervais-Courtellemont

Empire colonial de la France. L'Indo-Chine : Cochinchine, Cambodge, Laos, Annam, Tonkin - Jules Gervais-Courtellemont



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In 1867, the provinces of An Giang, Hà Tiên and Vĩnh Long were added to French-controlled territory. All the territories in southern Vietnam were declared to be the new French colony of Cochinchina, which would be governed by Admiral Marie Jules Dupré from 1871 to 1874.. In 1887, it became part of the Union of French Indochina.Unlike the protectorates of Annam (central Vietnam) and Tonkin ...

Empire colonial de la France. L'Indo-Chine: Cochinchine, Cambodge, Laos, Annam, Tonkin . Preface par Marcel Dubois. Texte par Gervais-Courtellemont, ***, Vandelet, etc. Date de l'edition originale: 1901 Sujet de l'ouvrage: Indochine francaiseFrance -- Colonies -- Histoire Ce livre est la reproduction fidele d'une oeuvre publiee avant 1920 et fait ...

Empire Colonial de La France. Preface par Marcel Dubois. Title Empire Colonial de La France. Date de l'edition originale: 1901. Sujet de l'ouvrage: Indochine francaiseFrance -- Colonies -- Histoire.

In 1936 the formation in France of the Popular Front government led by Leon Blum was accompanied by promises of colonial reform. In Cochinchina the new governor-general of Indochina Jules Brévié , [22] sought to defuse the tense and expectant political situation by amnestying political prisoners, and by easing restrictions on the press, political parties, [22] and trade unions.

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Together with Tonkin, it was one of the economic centers of French Indochina. Fifty-one Vietnamese rebels were executed following the 1916 Cochinchina uprising. In 1933, the Spratly Islands were annexed to French Cochinchina.

In 1945, Cochinchina was ruled directly by the Japanese after they had taken over from the French in March. In August, it was briefly incorporated into the Empire of Vietnam. Later that month, the Japanese surrendered to the Việt Minh during the August Revolution.

Cochinchina remained separated from the rest of Vietnam for over a year, while former Emperor Bảo Đại - whom the French wanted to bring back to power as a political alternative to Ho Chi Minh - refused to return to Vietnam and take office as head of state until the country was fully reunited.

On June 1, 1946, whilst the Viet Minh leadership was in France for negotiations, southern autonomists proclaimed a government of Cochinchina, at the initiative of High Commissioner d'Argenlieu and in violation of the March 6 Ho–Sainteny agreement. The colony was proclaimed an "Autonomous Republic" .

Unlike the protectorates of Annam (central Vietnam) and Tonkin (northern Vietnam), Cochinchina was ruled directly by the French, both de jure and de facto, and was represented by a deputy in the National assembly. Together with Tonkin, it was one of the economic centers of French Indochina.

The northern section was called Tonkin by Europeans, and the southern part, Đàng Trong, was called Cochinchina by most Europeans and Quinam by the Dutch. Lower Cochinchina ( Basse-Cochinchine) or Southern Vietnam, whose principal city is Saigon, is the newest territory of the Vietnamese people in the movement of Nam tiến (Southward expansion).

South Vietnam (also called Nam Việt) was reorganized from the State of Vietnam after the Geneva Conference in 1954 by combining Lower Cochinchina with the southern part of Annam, the former protectorate.

In 1933, the Spratly Islands were annexed to French Cochinchina. In July 1941, Japanese troops were based in French Cochinchina (a de facto occupation). After the Japanese surrendered in August 1945, Cochinchina was returned to French rule.

The capital of the French colony of Cochinchina was at Saigon. The two other parts of Vietnam at the time were known as Annam (Central Vietnam) and Tonkin (Northern Vietnam).

In 1864 all the French territories in southern Vietnam were declared to be the new French colony of Cochinchina, which would be governed by Admiral Marie Jules Dupré from 1871 to 1874.

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