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French Colonization of Vietnam

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French Colonization of Vietnam
Dissent
Introduction
Thesis
Arguments
Government Reforms
Cultural Reforms
jus
Economic Reforms
Rebuttal
justine is silly
Dissent and Rebuttal
Conclusion
Works Cited
French imperialism
negatively affected
the citizens of French Indochina (specifically Vietnam) because of the French's negative effects on the
government
,
culture
, and
economy
of Vietnam.
Vietnam became modernized
There were many public works projects
Improvements in technology and agriculture
Vietnam became a large trading colony
The experience of the Vietnamese under the French was
terrible
because the French made
unhelpful government
reforms, completely
changed the culture
of Vietnam, and
exploited farmers to profit
from Vietnam's economy.
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Prior to Colonization
Government:
Nguyen Empire
Capital:
Hanoi (North)
Size:
330,363 sq. km.
Housing:
Villages w/ village officials
Economy:
Agricultural
Staple Foods:
Rice and Fish
Religion:
Buddhism
Literacy:
~80%
Women:
Had some authority
Colonization
Colonized by France from 1884-1954
French East India Company
Missionaries
Gia Dinh (Saigon) and the Treaty of Saigon
Treaty of Protectorate and Harmand Conventions
Treaty of Hue
Vietnamese Independence
Dien Bien Phu
Ho Chi Minh
Vietnam War
Modernization
did not help
the majority of people
Modernization
destroyed
Vietnam's
culture
Public works projects
killed people
Technology
did not help/reach
the
farmers
Trading colony at the
expense of the workers
Important Terms/Places
French Indochina
Tonkin (North Vietnam)
Annam (South Vietnam)
Cochin China (Central Vietnam)
Laos
Cambodia
Important Cities and Documents
Hanoi
Hue
Saigon
Treaty of Protectorate
Treaty of Hue
Important People
Paul Doumer
Ho Chi Minh
Ilene E, Justine Labang, and Samhita Roy
World History Period 1
Mr. Coburn

Common Assessment #3
French occupied government positions
Catholic Vietnamese officials ruled villages
No international travel
Division of Vietnam
Rewrote the legal system
Squashed nationalist movements
Free school movement
Imprisonment
Superiority complex
Conversions to Christianity created cultural divisions (Vietnam War)
French education only
Modernization of Vietnam
Vietnam was used for profit only
French opium monopoly
Heavy taxes
Alcohol
Salt
Debtors were basically slaves of industry
Rice
Rubber
Coal
Land confiscation
Unsanitary living conditions
Low pay
Public labor works draft
Imprisonment
Exploiting farmers for work
Destruction of the handicraft industry
Farmers experienced droughts and floods
Map of Modern Vietnam
Map of French Indochina
The Race for Asia
The Huc Bridge
French Missionaries in Vietnam
Vietnamese Opium Farmers
Long Bien Bridge on the Hanoi-Yunnan Phu Railroad
French Colonization of Vietnam
Ilene E, Justine Labang, and Samhita Roy
Vietnamese Farmer Toiling in Rice Paddies
Busy Street in Hanoi
Catholic Vietnamese
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