Churchill, America and Vietnam, 1941-45

Churchill, America and Vietnam, 1941-45

Put in the wider context of British imperial and diplomatic aims in 1941-1945, the book clarifies the importance of Vietnam to Britain's regional objectives in Southeast Asia; concluding that Churchill was willing to sacrifice French colonial interests in Vietnam for his all-important 'special relationship' with the United States.

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