Vietnamese Nationalism Flashcards

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U.S. President who declined to support Ho Chi Minh's request to help Vietnam gain independence from France
Woodrow Wilson
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Political party Ho Chi Minh established
The Vietnamese Communist Party later became knows as the Indochinese Communist Party.
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United States' response to Ho Chi Minh's request for help
The U.S. did not respond, but continued funding the French.
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Rights that Ho Chi Minh hoped to gain for the Vietnamese
right to a fair trial, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and a voice in government
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Conference that Ho Chi Minh attended to request help from other nations in gaining rights for the Vietnamese people
Versailles Peace Conference
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Political party that was most sympathetic towards the Vietnamese people
French Socialist
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Cause of the Vietnamese nationalist uprising under Ho Chi Minh
opposition to joint Franco-Japanese rule in Indochina
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Country that controlled the daily operations of Indochina according to the joint defense treaty between France and Japan
France
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National Revolution (in Indochina)
French campaign to promote equality between the French and Vietnamese citizens
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Country that the Vietnamese Nationalists rose up against in the early part of the twentieth century
France
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This flashcard set discusses French control of Vietnam, as well as the oppression of the Vietnamese people as a result of Japanese occupation. You'll see how the frustration felt by the Vietnamese encouraged Ho Chi Minh to lead a group of nationalists in an uprising. Ho Chi Minh's requests for help from other nations at the Versailles Peace Conference went unheeded, and although the basic rights that he wanted to fight for were similar to those of U.S. citizens, the United States continued to secretly fund the French because of Ho Chi Minh's ties with the Communist Party.

The flashcards will explore how the U.S. favored the Vietnam State instead of Ho Chi Minh, which was a non-communist government set up by France under the direction of Emperor Bao Dai. However, most Vietnamese did not trust Bao Dai because of his strong ties with France. Finally, you will be able to study how, after the emperor fled to Hong Kong, the United States supported Ngo Dinh Diem's rise to power, but due to several bad decisions, including the Agroville Program that involved forced relocation of Vietnamese villagers, Diem's U.S. support waned.

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Country that the Vietnamese Nationalists rose up against in the early part of the twentieth century
France
National Revolution (in Indochina)
French campaign to promote equality between the French and Vietnamese citizens
Country that controlled the daily operations of Indochina according to the joint defense treaty between France and Japan
France
Cause of the Vietnamese nationalist uprising under Ho Chi Minh
opposition to joint Franco-Japanese rule in Indochina
Political party that was most sympathetic towards the Vietnamese people
French Socialist
Conference that Ho Chi Minh attended to request help from other nations in gaining rights for the Vietnamese people
Versailles Peace Conference
Rights that Ho Chi Minh hoped to gain for the Vietnamese
right to a fair trial, freedom of the press, freedom of speech, and a voice in government
United States' response to Ho Chi Minh's request for help
The U.S. did not respond, but continued funding the French.
Political party Ho Chi Minh established
The Vietnamese Communist Party later became knows as the Indochinese Communist Party.
U.S. President who declined to support Ho Chi Minh's request to help Vietnam gain independence from France
Woodrow Wilson
Country where Ho Chi Minh helped to establish a Communist party in 1920
France
Reason the United States support the Vietnam State
It was anti-communist.
City that was renamed Ho Chi Minh City
Saigon
Reason Sen. John F. Kenned approved of Ngo Dinh Diem
He was anti-communist and Catholic.
Reason Ngo Dinh Diem disliked Bao Dai
Diem believed that France had too much influence on Bao Dai.
Diem's failed program that forced villagers in the Vietnamese countryside to relocate
Agroville Program
Ngo Dinh Diem's relationship with the United States in the early 1960s
Diem's relationship with the U.S. was strained after making several bad decisions.
Protectorate
The fact that Vietnam was a protectorate of France means that France controlled Vietnam and provided military protection for it.
Bao Dai's role under French and Japanese rule
Emperor Bao Dai was a figurehead, but did not have any real political power. He was considered a foreign puppet.
Vietnam citizens' feelings about Emperor Bao Dai
They did not trust him because of his relationship with France.
Vietnamese perception of Bao Dai's loyalty
Vietnamese citizens felt that he was more loyal to France than Vietnam.

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