Indochina: Regional review

  • H. Fontaine
  • D. R. Workman
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-4495-X_48
Indochina is a term that has long been used to describe the area of the Asian continent E of India and S of China. More specifically, it came to refer to the territories brought under French colonial administration in the 19th century, now comprising the independent nations of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam ( Fig. 314). It is in this sense that the term is used here.
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