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Indo China Indo China is a land east of Thailand and south of china In the 19th century it was first a colony of France but later in WWII Japan occupied the piece of land After WWII French tries taking Indo China war broke out because people in Indo China want their country to be independence Indo China was divided in to 3 countries which were Lao Cambodia and Vietnam Vietnam- In the north part of Vietnam there were Vietnamese soldiers led by Ho Chi Minh fighting for independence with the French In 1954 the French army was surrounded by the Vietnamese in Dien Bien Phu They held up a conference in Geneva and decided that Indo China could be free but Vietnam was divided into two parts North Vietnam was occupied by the communist they were the Vietcong people and oppose nationalist The South Vietnam was occupied by the Nationalist which was supported by the US In 1957 a civil war broke out between south and north Vietnams The US are scared that the south Vietnam might be taken over by the communist so the US sent troops to fight in south Vietnam Although the US sent troops to help the South Vietnam the Vietcong still won the civil war After this civil war Vietnam became independence Laos- When Japan in WWII the Japanese returned Laos to the control of Laos Issara Later the French comes The French allow some part of Laos to be self govern and some part of Laos to be the control of France In 1953 Laos gain fully independent Cambodia- Cambodia was a part a colony of France after WWII King Sihanouk thinks of all the way to bring peace and independence to the country He signs a treaty with France to give France some privilege in Cambodia Later he appoints himself to be the prime minister of Cambodia but still Cambodia was not independent In
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