The British in Vietnam : How the Twenty-five Year War Began. First Edition

By: ROSIE, George

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ROSIE, George. The British in Vietnam : How the twenty-five year war began. (London) : Panther, (1970). First Printing; paperback original. Pp. (8),9-144, + 8 pages of b&w photos. Small 8vo, photo-illustrated red card covers. Mass market paperback.

George Rosie (b. February 27, 1941, in Edinburgh, Scotland).

"Following the collapse of the Japanese in South-east Asia in 1945, British troops occupied south Vietnam. Their mission: to disarm the Japanese forces there, arrange for their repatriation -- and establish order in a country ravaged first by ruthless French colonialism and then by a brutal, confused war between the Japanese and their French Vichy allies on one side and guerrilla resistance fighters and opportunist gangsters on the other." - from the rear cover.

Contents:
1. The French Invasion to the August Revolution;
2. Wartime Politics and Vietnam;
3. The Arrival of the British;
4. Martial Law and Coup d'Etat;
5. The Battle for the South: 23 September - Mid-October 1945;
6. The Battle for the South: Mid-October 1945 - January 1946;
7. The Battle for the South: The Role of the Japanese;
8. Reactions at Home;
9. North of the 16th Parallel;
10. The Relinquishing of Responsibility;
11.
Conclusions.
With text references.

Previous owner's name stamped to top edge and head of title page, very light corner creasing to front cover, else very good, tight, clean. Scarce. 65.00

Title: The British in Vietnam : How the Twenty-five Year War Began. First Edition

Author Name: ROSIE, George

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Panther, London, 1970,: 1970

Seller ID: 77813

Keywords: UNITED KINGDOM VIETNAM SOUTHEAST ASIA MILITARY COLONIALISM FRANCE WAR ENGLISH ASIAN HISTORY COLONIAL,