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Emerging from the shadow of china 
Indo- china comprises the modern countries Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. 
They were under the shadow of the powerful empire of china. 
 
? Colonial domination and resistance: The French controlled their 
military and economic domination and wanted to reshape the 
Vietnamese culture. 
? Need for colonialism by French: To supply natural resources and to 
civilized the uncivilized people they pressurized Vietnamese 
government to develop infrastructure to make profits 
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The dilemma of colonial education 
To Civilized the native influence of Chinese culture use of French language 
Tokin free school and western style education resistance in schools. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Hygiene Disease and everyday Resistance 
Plague strikes Hanoi - The French part of Hanoi was built a beautiful and 
clean city but the native quarter was not provided with any modern facilities. 
Rat hunt and Vietnamese workers- Limit to French power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Religion and anti-colonialism 
Vietnamese religious beliefs and their movement- It was a mixture of 
Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices. French missionaries to correct 
the Vietnamese introduced Christianity scholar's revolt in 1868 Movement 
against French contest and the spread of Christianity The Hoa Hao moment 
begin in 1939 by Huynh Phy. Huynh phu. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The vision of Modernization 
Resistance to French colonialism, Revolutionary society by phan Boi chau, 
phanchu trinchand to establish a democratic republic go east moment 
development in china also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
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Emerging from the shadow of china 
Indo- china comprises the modern countries Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. 
They were under the shadow of the powerful empire of china. 
 
? Colonial domination and resistance: The French controlled their 
military and economic domination and wanted to reshape the 
Vietnamese culture. 
? Need for colonialism by French: To supply natural resources and to 
civilized the uncivilized people they pressurized Vietnamese 
government to develop infrastructure to make profits 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The dilemma of colonial education 
To Civilized the native influence of Chinese culture use of French language 
Tokin free school and western style education resistance in schools. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Hygiene Disease and everyday Resistance 
Plague strikes Hanoi - The French part of Hanoi was built a beautiful and 
clean city but the native quarter was not provided with any modern facilities. 
Rat hunt and Vietnamese workers- Limit to French power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Religion and anti-colonialism 
Vietnamese religious beliefs and their movement- It was a mixture of 
Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices. French missionaries to correct 
the Vietnamese introduced Christianity scholar's revolt in 1868 Movement 
against French contest and the spread of Christianity The Hoa Hao moment 
begin in 1939 by Huynh Phy. Huynh phu. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The vision of Modernization 
Resistance to French colonialism, Revolutionary society by phan Boi chau, 
phanchu trinchand to establish a democratic republic go east moment 
development in china also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. 
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2 
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The communist movement and Vietnamese nationalism 
Impact of the great depression of the 1930s  on the Vietnamese, In Feb 1930 
Ho chi minh organized the communist party and in 1940  Japan occupied 
Vietnam as part of its imperial drive to control southeast Asia so the 
nationalist had to fight against the Japanese and the French. The French tried 
to regain its control over Indo china division of Vietnam and war for the 
unification of the country US entry in the war to control communist power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The Nations and its heroes 
Role of women as rebels Heroes of past times women as warriors women in 
times of peace in agricultural cooperatives factories and production units. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The End of War 
Peace settlement in Paris in January 1974 continuation of war between the 
Saigon regime and the NLF occupation of the presidential palace in Saigon 
on 30 April 1975 and unification of Vietnam. 
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Emerging from the shadow of china 
Indo- china comprises the modern countries Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. 
They were under the shadow of the powerful empire of china. 
 
? Colonial domination and resistance: The French controlled their 
military and economic domination and wanted to reshape the 
Vietnamese culture. 
? Need for colonialism by French: To supply natural resources and to 
civilized the uncivilized people they pressurized Vietnamese 
government to develop infrastructure to make profits 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The dilemma of colonial education 
To Civilized the native influence of Chinese culture use of French language 
Tokin free school and western style education resistance in schools. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Hygiene Disease and everyday Resistance 
Plague strikes Hanoi - The French part of Hanoi was built a beautiful and 
clean city but the native quarter was not provided with any modern facilities. 
Rat hunt and Vietnamese workers- Limit to French power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Religion and anti-colonialism 
Vietnamese religious beliefs and their movement- It was a mixture of 
Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices. French missionaries to correct 
the Vietnamese introduced Christianity scholar's revolt in 1868 Movement 
against French contest and the spread of Christianity The Hoa Hao moment 
begin in 1939 by Huynh Phy. Huynh phu. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The vision of Modernization 
Resistance to French colonialism, Revolutionary society by phan Boi chau, 
phanchu trinchand to establish a democratic republic go east moment 
development in china also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
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2 
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The communist movement and Vietnamese nationalism 
Impact of the great depression of the 1930s  on the Vietnamese, In Feb 1930 
Ho chi minh organized the communist party and in 1940  Japan occupied 
Vietnam as part of its imperial drive to control southeast Asia so the 
nationalist had to fight against the Japanese and the French. The French tried 
to regain its control over Indo china division of Vietnam and war for the 
unification of the country US entry in the war to control communist power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The Nations and its heroes 
Role of women as rebels Heroes of past times women as warriors women in 
times of peace in agricultural cooperatives factories and production units. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The End of War 
Peace settlement in Paris in January 1974 continuation of war between the 
Saigon regime and the NLF occupation of the presidential palace in Saigon 
on 30 April 1975 and unification of Vietnam. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Question 1: 
Why was Tonkin free school established?  
(a) They wanted to provide western type of education. 
(b) They wanted to provide education according to the local need. 
(c) They wanted to use local language. 
(d) They wanted to provide technical education 
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Question 2: 
On which factor was the economy of Vietnam based on? 
(a)  Tea and Rubber Plantation     (b) Rice and Rubber plantation 
(c) Rice and wheat Farming         (d)  Rice and Tea plantation 
       
Question 3: 
Which of the following step was taken by the French after Bubonic plague 
in Hanoi? 
(a) A rat hurt was started                (b) Chemicals were sprayed 
(c) Tree medicines were given       (d) None of these   
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Question 4: 
Who among the following wanted to establish a democratic republic in 
Vietnam? 
(a) Phan Boi chau                          (b) Phan chu Trinh 
(c) Ho chi minh                             (d) Huynh phu so 
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Question 5: 
Who was the founder of the Vietnamese communist party? 
(a) Fhan chu Trinh                     (b) Huynh Phu so 
(c) Ho chi Minh                         (d) Phan Boi chau  
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Question 6: 
Why did  the US decide to intervene the Vietnam War? 
(a) United state supported Japan    (b) Communist had gained power 
(c) United states supported France   (d) None of the above 
 
 
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Emerging from the shadow of china 
Indo- china comprises the modern countries Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. 
They were under the shadow of the powerful empire of china. 
 
? Colonial domination and resistance: The French controlled their 
military and economic domination and wanted to reshape the 
Vietnamese culture. 
? Need for colonialism by French: To supply natural resources and to 
civilized the uncivilized people they pressurized Vietnamese 
government to develop infrastructure to make profits 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The dilemma of colonial education 
To Civilized the native influence of Chinese culture use of French language 
Tokin free school and western style education resistance in schools. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Hygiene Disease and everyday Resistance 
Plague strikes Hanoi - The French part of Hanoi was built a beautiful and 
clean city but the native quarter was not provided with any modern facilities. 
Rat hunt and Vietnamese workers- Limit to French power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Religion and anti-colonialism 
Vietnamese religious beliefs and their movement- It was a mixture of 
Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices. French missionaries to correct 
the Vietnamese introduced Christianity scholar's revolt in 1868 Movement 
against French contest and the spread of Christianity The Hoa Hao moment 
begin in 1939 by Huynh Phy. Huynh phu. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The vision of Modernization 
Resistance to French colonialism, Revolutionary society by phan Boi chau, 
phanchu trinchand to establish a democratic republic go east moment 
development in china also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
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 (India and the Contemporary World – II) 
 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
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2 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The communist movement and Vietnamese nationalism 
Impact of the great depression of the 1930s  on the Vietnamese, In Feb 1930 
Ho chi minh organized the communist party and in 1940  Japan occupied 
Vietnam as part of its imperial drive to control southeast Asia so the 
nationalist had to fight against the Japanese and the French. The French tried 
to regain its control over Indo china division of Vietnam and war for the 
unification of the country US entry in the war to control communist power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The Nations and its heroes 
Role of women as rebels Heroes of past times women as warriors women in 
times of peace in agricultural cooperatives factories and production units. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The End of War 
Peace settlement in Paris in January 1974 continuation of war between the 
Saigon regime and the NLF occupation of the presidential palace in Saigon 
on 30 April 1975 and unification of Vietnam. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Question 1: 
Why was Tonkin free school established?  
(a) They wanted to provide western type of education. 
(b) They wanted to provide education according to the local need. 
(c) They wanted to use local language. 
(d) They wanted to provide technical education 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 2: 
On which factor was the economy of Vietnam based on? 
(a)  Tea and Rubber Plantation     (b) Rice and Rubber plantation 
(c) Rice and wheat Farming         (d)  Rice and Tea plantation 
       
Question 3: 
Which of the following step was taken by the French after Bubonic plague 
in Hanoi? 
(a) A rat hurt was started                (b) Chemicals were sprayed 
(c) Tree medicines were given       (d) None of these   
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 4: 
Who among the following wanted to establish a democratic republic in 
Vietnam? 
(a) Phan Boi chau                          (b) Phan chu Trinh 
(c) Ho chi minh                             (d) Huynh phu so 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 5: 
Who was the founder of the Vietnamese communist party? 
(a) Fhan chu Trinh                     (b) Huynh Phu so 
(c) Ho chi Minh                         (d) Phan Boi chau  
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 6: 
Why did  the US decide to intervene the Vietnam War? 
(a) United state supported Japan    (b) Communist had gained power 
(c) United states supported France   (d) None of the above 
 
 
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Question 7: 
A branch of the Restorations society was established in Tokyo by whom? 
(a) By teachers                             (b) By Industrialist 
(c)  By students                             (d) None of the above 
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Question 8: 
What does NLF stand for? 
(a) National land force                  (b) National legal foundation 
(c) National liberation force          (d) National liberation front  
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Question 9: 
Which movement started in against the spread of Christianity by the French? 
(a) The Hoa Hao moment            (b) The Liberation movement 
(c) The scholars Revolt                (d) Go east movement  
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Question 10: 
Which of the following Vietnamese women organized a large army to resist 
the Chinese? 
(a) Trieu Au             (b) Nguyen Thi xuan     
(c) Trung sisters     (d) None of the above 
 
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Answers: 1. ( a ) 2. ( b ) 3. ( a ) 4. ( b ) 5. ( c ) 
       6. ( b ) 7. (c )  8. ( d ) 9. ( c )       10. ( c ) 
 
 
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Emerging from the shadow of china 
Indo- china comprises the modern countries Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. 
They were under the shadow of the powerful empire of china. 
 
? Colonial domination and resistance: The French controlled their 
military and economic domination and wanted to reshape the 
Vietnamese culture. 
? Need for colonialism by French: To supply natural resources and to 
civilized the uncivilized people they pressurized Vietnamese 
government to develop infrastructure to make profits 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The dilemma of colonial education 
To Civilized the native influence of Chinese culture use of French language 
Tokin free school and western style education resistance in schools. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Hygiene Disease and everyday Resistance 
Plague strikes Hanoi - The French part of Hanoi was built a beautiful and 
clean city but the native quarter was not provided with any modern facilities. 
Rat hunt and Vietnamese workers- Limit to French power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Religion and anti-colonialism 
Vietnamese religious beliefs and their movement- It was a mixture of 
Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices. French missionaries to correct 
the Vietnamese introduced Christianity scholar's revolt in 1868 Movement 
against French contest and the spread of Christianity The Hoa Hao moment 
begin in 1939 by Huynh Phy. Huynh phu. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The vision of Modernization 
Resistance to French colonialism, Revolutionary society by phan Boi chau, 
phanchu trinchand to establish a democratic republic go east moment 
development in china also inspired Vietnamese nationalists. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
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 (India and the Contemporary World – II) 
 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
A Free web support in education 
 
2 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The communist movement and Vietnamese nationalism 
Impact of the great depression of the 1930s  on the Vietnamese, In Feb 1930 
Ho chi minh organized the communist party and in 1940  Japan occupied 
Vietnam as part of its imperial drive to control southeast Asia so the 
nationalist had to fight against the Japanese and the French. The French tried 
to regain its control over Indo china division of Vietnam and war for the 
unification of the country US entry in the war to control communist power. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The Nations and its heroes 
Role of women as rebels Heroes of past times women as warriors women in 
times of peace in agricultural cooperatives factories and production units. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
The End of War 
Peace settlement in Paris in January 1974 continuation of war between the 
Saigon regime and the NLF occupation of the presidential palace in Saigon 
on 30 April 1975 and unification of Vietnam. 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Question 1: 
Why was Tonkin free school established?  
(a) They wanted to provide western type of education. 
(b) They wanted to provide education according to the local need. 
(c) They wanted to use local language. 
(d) They wanted to provide technical education 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 2: 
On which factor was the economy of Vietnam based on? 
(a)  Tea and Rubber Plantation     (b) Rice and Rubber plantation 
(c) Rice and wheat Farming         (d)  Rice and Tea plantation 
       
Question 3: 
Which of the following step was taken by the French after Bubonic plague 
in Hanoi? 
(a) A rat hurt was started                (b) Chemicals were sprayed 
(c) Tree medicines were given       (d) None of these   
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 4: 
Who among the following wanted to establish a democratic republic in 
Vietnam? 
(a) Phan Boi chau                          (b) Phan chu Trinh 
(c) Ho chi minh                             (d) Huynh phu so 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 5: 
Who was the founder of the Vietnamese communist party? 
(a) Fhan chu Trinh                     (b) Huynh Phu so 
(c) Ho chi Minh                         (d) Phan Boi chau  
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 6: 
Why did  the US decide to intervene the Vietnam War? 
(a) United state supported Japan    (b) Communist had gained power 
(c) United states supported France   (d) None of the above 
 
 
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Question 7: 
A branch of the Restorations society was established in Tokyo by whom? 
(a) By teachers                             (b) By Industrialist 
(c)  By students                             (d) None of the above 
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 8: 
What does NLF stand for? 
(a) National land force                  (b) National legal foundation 
(c) National liberation force          (d) National liberation front  
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 9: 
Which movement started in against the spread of Christianity by the French? 
(a) The Hoa Hao moment            (b) The Liberation movement 
(c) The scholars Revolt                (d) Go east movement  
www.tiwariacademy.com 
Question 10: 
Which of the following Vietnamese women organized a large army to resist 
the Chinese? 
(a) Trieu Au             (b) Nguyen Thi xuan     
(c) Trung sisters     (d) None of the above 
 
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Answers: 1. ( a ) 2. ( b ) 3. ( a ) 4. ( b ) 5. ( c ) 
       6. ( b ) 7. (c )  8. ( d ) 9. ( c )       10. ( c ) 
 
 
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Question 1: 
Why did the French wanted to educate the people of Vietnam? What was 
their fear in doing so? 
Answer 1: 
Civilizing the Vietnamese, they needed local labour force. They fear that if 
the Vietnamese were educated they would start questioning colonial 
36domination. The French citizen living in Vietnam feared that they might 
lose their jobs. 
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Question 2: 
What steps did the French take to counter the Chinese influence in Vietnam? 
Answer 2: 
Dismantled the traditional system of education, opened French school for 
Vietnamese they wanted to replace the use of Chinese language. 
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Question 3: 
Why did the students formed various political parties in Vietnam? 
Answer 3: 
? The Vietnamese were presented from qualifying for white coloured jobs  
? The students were inspired by patriotic feeling and decided to fight 
against injustice by 1920 the students started political parties. 
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Question 4: 
Who was the founder of the Hao Hao movement in 1937? What was his 
contribution?  
Answer 4: 
Huynh Phu started this movement he performed miracles to help the poor. 
He opposed the sale of child brides gambling using alcohol and opium  
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Question 5: 
Explain the main features of go east movement.  
Answer 5: 
Students went to Japan to acquire modern education, the main aim was to 
drive out the French from Vietnam Phan Boi chau and many others were 
forced to seek exile in china. 
 
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