The French Response to the Vietnamese Nationalist Movement, 1905-14

  title={The French Response to the Vietnamese Nationalist Movement, 1905-14},
  author={J. Kim Munholland},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={655 - 675}
Before the First World War the French rulers of Vietnam saw themselves as "liberal" imperialists. That is, while their primary concern was to develop the colony of Indochina for the benefit of French colons and investors, they believed that they could simultaneously promote the greater welfare and prosperity of the Vietnamese people who had fallen under French authority. The prewar governors-general of Indochina had ties with the dominant French radical party in the metropole, and they intended… 
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