Defining moments of modern Vietnam [Book review of David Marr, Vietnam: State, War and Revolution]

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September 18, 2013

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indomemoires, « Defining moments of modern Vietnam [Book review of David Marr, Vietnam: State, War and Revolution] », Mémoires d'Indochine, ID : 10670/1.94nmeo


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David G. Marr, Vietnam: State, War and Revolution (1945-1946), book review by Jeffrey Grey. [...] The core of this book argues that the Democratic Republic of Vietnam was founded and survived against all odds through a large mobilisation of ordinary Vietnamese in an almost infinite range of capacities and roles. This popular support was wide-ranging, deep and genuine, but not universal. Nor was it uncontested, most obviously by the French as they sought to reapply the colonial structures swe...

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