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- Indochina and the Second World War : Between 1936 and 1947, external events, related to the Second World War, which affected French Indochina
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- Paul Mus : A French expert (1902-1969) on Vietnam, born in French Indochina, who advised French leaders on dealing with nationalism, was an emissary to Ho Chi Minh, and continued teaching and analysis of Vietnam.