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Geographic headingIndochina
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Geographic subdivision usageIndochina
Variant(s)French Indo-China
French Indochina
Indochina, French
Indochine française
Scope noteHere are entered works on the region of Southeast Asia comprising Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.
Found inAssociation générale des fonctionnaires et agents locaux de l'Indochine. Le fonctionnaire indochinois, 1937
Audouit, commandant. Mes articles écrits sous le ciel indochinois, 1938
Dennery, É. The economic relations of French Indo-China, 1933?
Norden, H. A wanderer in Indo-China, 1931
Robequain, C. L'évolution économique de l'Indochine française, 1939
Britannica online, Sept. 3, 2020 (Indochina; region, Asia; Indochina, also called (until 1950) French Indochina or French Indochine Française, the three countries of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia formerly associated with France, first within its empire and later within the French Union. The term Indochina refers to the intermingling of Indian and Chinese influences in the culture of the region)
Collins English dictionary website, Sept. 3, 2020 (Indochina: 1. large peninsula south of China, including Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, & the Malay Peninsula. 2. E part of this peninsula, formerly under French control, consisting of Laos, Cambodia, & Vietnam )
Lexico (OED) website, Sept. 3, 2020 (Indo-China (also Indochina): A peninsula in Southeast Asia that consists of Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Malaya, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam; especially the part of this area that includes Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam, which was a French dependency (French Indo-China) from 1862 to 1954)
Merriam-Webster dictionary online, Sept. 3, 2020 (Indochina: 1. peninsula in southeastern Asia; includes Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, and Peninsular Malaysia. 2. or French Indochina former country in southeastern Asia comprising Annam, Cochin China, and Tonkin (all now part of Vietnam), Cambodia, and Laos)