Rebellion and Resistance in French Indochina in the First World War

@article{Krause2019RebellionAR,
  title={Rebellion and Resistance in French Indochina in the First World War},
  author={Jonathan Krause},
  journal={The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={425 - 455}
}
  • J. Krause
  • Published 3 May 2020
  • History
  • The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History
ABSTRACT The First World War was not merely a clash of empires, it was also a clash within empires. This fact remains largely ignored despite the dozens of anticolonial uprisings around the world which erupted during, and as a result of, the war. In 1916 alone there were uprisings across French North, West and Equatorial Africa, in Portuguese Angola and Mozambique, the Middle East, Central Asia, Southeast Asia and Ireland. Most of these uprisings were responding both to European efforts to… 

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