This port was founded by Portuguese merchants in Vietnam:

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Port Faifo was founded by Portuguese merchants in Vietnam, and was one of the ports used by European trading companies much before the 19th century.

The organic compound used to thicken gasoline for fire bombs is:

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Napalm is used to thicken gasoline for fire bombs.

Indo-China consists of the modern countries of:

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Indo-China consists of the modern countries of Vietnam, Laos and Combodia. History shows many different groups of people living in the shadow of a powerful China.

Where did Phan Boi Chau meet Liang Qichao?

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Pha Boi Chau met Liang Qichao, a Chinese reformer, in Yokohana in 1905.

Who were the Trung sisters?

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The Trung sisters were female warriors who fought against Chinese domination in Vietnam from 39 to 43 AD.

Up to May 30, 1902, roughly how many rats were caught in Hanoi?

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Up to May 30, 1902, 20,000 rats were caught in Hanoi and there still seemed to be more.

Francis Ford Coppola made the movie:

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Francis Ford Coppola made the movie "Apocalypse Now," which is based on the Vietnam War.

Who was Phan Chu Trinh?

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Phan Chu Trinh was a nationalist who strongly differed with the ideas of Phan Boi Chau.

The plague rapidly spread to the ____ part of Hanoi

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The plague rapidly spread to the French part of Hanoi. The major cause was the large sewers, which was a breeding ground for rats.

What was the staple crop of Indo-China?

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Rice was and still is the staple crop of Indo-China.

The French began building canals and drainage lands in the Mekong delta in Vietnam to:

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The French began building canals and drainage lands in the Mekong delta in Vietnam to increase cultivation.

Which of these provinces of Vietnam was called an electrical fuse?

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The Ha Tinh province of Vietnam was called an 'electrical fuse' because when the system was under pressure, it was the first to blow.

Who made "Green Berets"?

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John Warne made "Green Berets," a movie based on the Vietnam War.

The religious beliefs in Vietnam were based on:

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The religious beliefs in Vietnam were a mixture of Buddhism, Confucianism and local practices.

The scholars' revolt in Vietnam was against:

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The scholars' revolt in Vietnam was against French control and the spread of Christianity. The Vietnamese were being discouraged from continuing with the already prevalent religions. This revolt took place in the year 1868.

Which epidemic struck Hanoi?

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The Bubonic plague struck Hanoi.

Who was the French commander in1898 in Indo-China?

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The French commander in 1898 in Indo-China was General Henri Nivarre.

When did Japan occupy Vietnam?

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Japan occupied Vietnam in 1940.

Who shot down a jet with just 20 bullets?

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Nguyen Thi Xuan was a Vietnamese woman who shot down a jet with just 20 bullets.

Who wrote 'The History of the Loss of Vietnam'

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Phan Boi Chu wrote 'The History of the Loss of Vietnam'.

When was the rat hunt started in Vietnam?

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The rat hunt was started in Vietnam in 1902.

The entry of the United States into the Vietnam War marked a new phase that proved costly to the Vietnamese as well as the:

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The entry of the United States into the Vietnam War marked a new phase proving costly to the Vietnamese and to the Americans themselves.

The most powerful bomber of the US army during its entry in the Vietnam War was the:

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The B-52 was the most powerful bomber of the US army during its entry in the Vietnam War.

Prior to 1831, which language was forcibly imposed on Poland?

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After Russia gained control over Poland in 1815, Russian was imposed everywhere in Poland, but in 1831, the Russian dominance ended.

What was the name given to French citizens in Vietnam?

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The French citizens living in Vietnam were called colons.

When was the Tonkin Free School started?

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The Tonkin Free School was started in 1907.

Between 1961 -71 ____ was storedin drums marked with an orange and used to destroy forests and fields of Vietnam. Band.

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Agent Orange was stored in drums marked with an orange band and used to destroy forests and fields of Vietnam.

Confucius was born in:

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Confucius was born in 551 BC. He lived for 72 years, and died in 479 BC.

Who was the founder of the Hoa Hao movement?

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Huynh Phy So founded the Hoa Hao movement in 1939.

The language spoken in French schools for the Vietnamese was:

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The language spoken in French schools for the Vietnamese was French.

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