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After World War II, the French tried to re-establish colonial control over Vietnam, the most strategic of the three states of formerly French-governed Indochina (Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos). Following the defeat of the French, Vietnam was partitioned by the Geneva Accord of 1954 into Communist North Vietnam and South Vietnam, which was non-Commu...
In 1945, Captain Samuel Beer worked for the United States military government in Germany immediately after the collapse of the Third Reich. Beer, who is fluent in German, conducted a series of interviews with German officials and citizens about their experiences during the Nazi era. He also wrote analyses of German history and public opinion in pos...
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