Colonial Prisons and Anti-colonial Resistance in French Indochina: The Thai Nguyen Rebellion, 1917

@article{Zinoman2000ColonialPA,
  title={Colonial Prisons and Anti-colonial Resistance in French Indochina: The Thai Nguyen Rebellion, 1917},
  author={P. Zinoman},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={34},
  pages={57 - 98}
}
  • P. Zinoman
  • Published 2000
  • History
  • Modern Asian Studies
Between the pacification of Tonkin in the late 1880s and the Nghe-Tinh Soviet Movement of 1930–31, the Thai Nguyen Rebellion was the largest and most destructive anti-colonial uprising to occur in French Indochina. On August 31, 1917, an eclectic band of political prisoners, common criminals and mutinous prison guards seized the Thai Nguyen Penitentiary, the largest penal institution in northern Tonkin. From their base within the penitentiary, the rebels stormed the provincial arsenal and… Expand
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