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One Of The Reasons Why: The War In Vietnam 1945-46 DVD MP4 USB Drive

One Of The Reasons Why: The War In Vietnam 1945-46 DVD MP4 USB Drive
One Of The Reasons Why: The War In Vietnam 1945-46 DVD MP4 USB Drive
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The War In Vietnam 1945-46 Between The Operation Masterdom Coalition Of British-Indian And Vichy French With Surrendered Japanese Troops Against The Vietnamese Communists, The Viet Minh, For Control Of The Country At The End Of The Asia-Pacific War -- And The Reason Why The United Kingdom Did Not Get Entangled In A War In Vietnam As France And America Would Do -- Written, Hosted And Narrated By Sir Charles Wheeler. And Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1990, 49 Minutes.) #WarInVietnam #WarInVietnam19451946 #OperationMasterdom #SouthernResistanceWar #UK #UKHistory #HistoryOfTheUK #MilitaryHistoryOfTheUK #Vietnam #Indochina #FrenchIndochina #AsiaPacificWar #Vichy #VichyFrance #VietMinh #Vietnam #VietnameseHistory #HistoryOfVietnam #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

The War In Vietnam (1945-1946): The War In Vietnam, codenamed Operation Masterdom by the British, and also known as the Southern Resistance War (Vietnamese: Nam Bo Khang Chien) by the Vietnamese, was a post-World War II armed conflict involving a largely British-Indian and French task force and Japanese troops from the Southern Expeditionary Army Group, versus the Vietnamese communist movement, the Viet Minh, for control of the southern half of the country, after the unconditional Japanese surrender. The Indochina Wars are generally numbered as three: the first being France's unsuccessful eight-year conflict with the Vietminh nationalist forces (1946-1954); the second being the war for control of South Vietnam, featuring an unsuccessful American-led intervention, ending in 1975; finally, the conflict in Cambodia, sparked by the Vietnamese invasion in 1978. This numbering overlooks the brief but significant initial conflict - from 1945 to 1946 - that grew out of the British occupation force landing at Saigon to receive the surrender of Japanese forces.