French Indochina

Tags: Vietnam

French Indochina, established in 1887, was the part of the French colonial empire in southeast Asia. It was initially comprised of Cambodia and the three regions of Vietnam: Tonkin (North), Annam (Central), and Cochinchina (South), as well as Cambodia. Laos was added in 1893. During World War II, the colony was administered by Vichy France and was under Japanese occupation.

Synonyms:
Indochina

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