Southern Vietnam under the Reign of Minh Mang (1820–1841)

Southern Vietnam under the Reign of Minh Mang (1820–1841)

Choi Byung Wook
This study of nineteenth-century Vietnam focuses on interactions between the Vietnamese king, Minh Mang, and the heterogeneous southern region of the country, which he sought to bring more firmly under state control through a series of polices intended to "Vietnamize" the populace and unite north and south.




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Subjects

History : History / Asia

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