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  • .... The '''Cao Dai League''', as a political force, allied itself with [[Bao Dai]] in 1948, and also signed an alliance with the [[Hoa Hao]]. <ref name=Pat ...iguratively, the word Cao Dai is used as God's symbolic name."<ref name=CaoDaiOrgHist>{{citation
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Cao Dai]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Bao Dai}}
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  • .... The '''Cao Dai League''', as a political force, allied itself with [[Bao Dai]] in 1948, and also signed an alliance with the [[Hoa Hao]]. <ref name=Pat ...iguratively, the word Cao Dai is used as God's symbolic name."<ref name=CaoDaiOrgHist>{{citation
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...e was to be replaced by another nationalist leader more sympathetic to Bao Dai and France. The first issue was resolved relatively quickly. General Collin ...inhabited by people of the regional or "folk" religions, such as the [[Cao Dai]]. The existing upper class might be wealthy, but the French had found it w
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • {{r|Nguyen Cao Ky}} {{r|Bao Dai}}
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Bao Dai]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • '''Bao Dai''' born in [[Hue]], (1913<ref name=Patti>{{cite book | title = Bao Dai, 83, of Vietnam; Emperor and Bon Vivant
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  • ...=http://books.google.com/books?id=1wOv3enW1ccC&pg=PA86&lpg=PA86&dq=%22Bao+Dai%22+October+1955&source=web&ots=3G7Ko02emO&sig=2LuGKUwbzPwCtwI07bY6s7agCm0&h ...charismatic leadership does not appeal to Vietnamese; Pike cited [[Nguyen Cao Ky]] as highly charismatic, but whose charisma merely made him suspect. Pik
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  • Indochinese Communists had set up [[Cao Bang Province|hidden headquarters]] in 1941, but most of the Vietnamese res ...nh]] returned to Vietnam and established his base in a cave at Pac Bo in [[Cao Bang Province]], near the Sino-Vietnamese border. In May, the Indochinese
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  • ...nt, he agreed to help hunt down the Viet Minh. For four years, he was Bao Dai's financial partner and a casino owner.
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  • ..., Vietnam was ruled by a nominally civilian government, led by first [[Bao Dai]] and then, from 1954, by [[Ngo Dinh Diem]]; neither were elected. Communis ...s of 1963]], which also involved other Vietnamese sects, such as the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]], were a major disruption by June. These protests were see
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  • ...al and religious groups based on variations of Buddhism, such as the [[Cao Dai]]. ..., as well as new sects that were spinoffs from Buddhism, such as the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]].
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  • {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...nt dominated by [[Nguyen Khanh]]. He was loosely affiliated with the [[Cao Dai]].
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  • ...ing called a republic, the nation was initially led by an "emperor" ([[Bao Dai]]). Following the removable of the emperor, the nation was led by a Confuc ...h France, although returned to become Premier in the last parts of the Bao Dai government.
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  • The main [[Cao Dai]] temple is in Tay Ninh.
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  • ...sis, such opponents cautiously affiliated. Other groups, such as the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]], tried not to affiliate with anyone.
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...o, there are related articles that are not strictly subordinate, such as [[Dai Viet]] and [[Nguyen Dynasty]] for earlier history. Also see [[Vietnam]] and ...irst created a provisional government under the last Nguyen Emperor, [[Bao Dai]], then recognized Vietnam as a state within the French Union. In such a st
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  • ...defection from the NLF after the overthrow of Diem, especially among [[Cao Dai]] that had considered themselves as especially persecuted by Diem. Pike bel ...h the majority Buddhists and minorities such as the [[Montagnard]]s, [[Cao Dai]], and [[Hoa Hao]]. These conflicts were exploited, initially at the level
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  • {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...der; [[Duong Van Minh]] led the Diem actions against the Hoa Hao and [[Cao Dai]].
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  • {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...-autonomous Southern groups, including the religious [[Hoa Hao]] and [[Cao Dai]], and an organization somewhere between [[pirate]]s and a quasi-state, the
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  • ...Quat stayed in office until June 11, under protests from Catholics, [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]]. There were also accusations that the military forced the
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  • Thieu won an 1967 election with [[Nguyen Cao Ky]], after Thieu to ban Ky,<ref name=Time1971-09-13>{{citation ...ding some of the significant minorities such as the [[Montagnard]]s, [[Cao Dai]], a Catholic broad front to be organized, and [[Hoa Hao]] might be more vi
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  • ...ess involved than some of the lowland, politicized sects such as the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]], they did become part of some coalitions.
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  • ...that time, there were competing opinions of supporting the French and Bao Dai, or of working with [[Ho Chi Minh]]. ...sed around a concept of French Indochina, with multiple states under [[Bao Dai]], former Emperor of Annam, the last of the [[Nguyen Dynasty]] and ''de fac
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Cao Dai}}
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  • ...land Vietnamese, while the CIDG was mostly [[Montagnard]], with some [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]].<ref name=SFch3>{{citation
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  • ...French support, was named Premier of the State of Vietnam by Emperor [[Bao Dai]], who had just won French assent to "treaties of independence and associat ...he majority was Buddhists, with significant native sects such as the [[Cao Dai]] and [[Hoa Hao]]. Groups such as the [[Binh Xuyen]] were not strictly reli
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  • ...the same prophetic tradition. Moreover, the basic features of (rabbinic) Judaism and Christianity as we know them coalesced at about the same time, during ...e religions which recognize Abraham as a part of their sacred histories: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The Baha'i religion also fits this description,
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Nguyen Cao Ky}}
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Nguyen Cao Ky}}
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Dai Viet}}
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  • ...ch both Vietnamese and Chinese names were used: [[Tonkin]] in the north; [[Dai Viet]] or the Empire of [[Annam]] was in the center; and [[Cochin China]] i {{r|Cao Bang Province}}
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  • {{r|Bao Dai}} {{r|Nguyen Cao Ky}}
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  • * '''T.Cao''' - [[Tong Cao]] * '''Than''' - [[Dinh Dai Than]]
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  • ...nationalist and friend of [[Bao Dai]]. In the 1940s, he had been in the [[Dai Viet]] nationalist party. He had a medical degree from Harvard, and was rep In 1967, when the government of [[Nguyen Van Thieu]] and [[Nguyen Cao Ky]] was formed after Thieu's efforts to ban Ky,<ref name=Time1971-09-13>{{
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  • ...s headquarters in the Coc Bo Grotto, in a mountain near Pac Bo hamlet of [[Cao Bang Province]]. <ref>Patti, p. 524</ref> He made a statue of [[Karl Marx] ...he ranks of the guerrilla units in the provinces of Bac Can , Lang Son and Cao Bang".<ref name=HCM-VCP-1944-12>{{citation
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  • ...of Vietnam]]. Land reform had been a political slogan going back to [[Bao Dai]] in 1949, and for which inadequate funds had been budgeted by Indochinese ...", but American officials preferred "Revolutionary Development." [[Nguyen Cao Ky]] then decreed that Revolutionary Development was henceforth to be trans
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