By Edward Rice Maximin
During this cautious ancient research, Edward Rice-Maximin records the reactions of the French Left to the 1st Indochina battle, 1944-1954. not like earlier works, which dealt solely with the politics of the French Communists, this booklet is likely one of the first to accommodate the full French left and to concentration without delay at the function of the Socialists.
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Indeed, some people quipped that he and Jacques Duclos were the only two Frenchmen not to read L'Humanite. (10) In Vietnam, as d'Argenlieu proceeded to set up a separate Vietnamese Assembly for Cochinchina, the DRV, in January, held the first and only national elections in Vietnamese history until 1976. Although the pro-Chinese elements were guaranteed 28 The Left in Power a certain number of seats and ministerial portfolios, the results were an overwhelming victory for the Vietminh. " Some commentators, however, have ascribed the results to the "enthusiasm of the moment" and the inexperience of an illiterate people.
Despite Sainteny's allegations, there is no evidence of any wartime liaison between the Soviet Union and Communist resistance formations in Southeast Asia. Indeed, the isolation of Southeast Asia under Japanese occupation and the Soviet preoccupation with the war against Germany made such collaboration unlikely. Soon after World War II ended, Patti met with Stephane Solosieff, the chief Soviet representative in Indochina, who watched over the interests of the few hundred Soviet citizens in Indochina, mostly Foreign Legionnaires or businessmen.
Had it not been for outside intervention, the DRV probably would not have been seriously challenged even in the south. (1) The Allied Conference at Potsdam in July 1945, however, had decided to divide Vietnam into two zones (at the sixteenth parallel) for the purpose of accepting the Japanese rendition. In September, an inordinately large Chinese Nationalist army entered from the north, seized control of customs, and resorted to widespread pillaging. It also brought in its wake a number of anti-Vietminh groups but did little to disturb the DRV's existence.
Accommodation and Resistance: The French Left, Indochina and the Cold War, 1944-1954 (Contributions to the Study of World History) by Edward Rice Maximin