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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/3/11 The Red River By: Alex Finch & Will Boas
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10/3/11 Geograph y Begins in China’s Yunnan province in the mountains It flows southeastw ard from China into
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10/3/11 Red River The Red River Delta is about 120 km long and 140 km wide Expanding 100 meters annually
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10/3/11 The “Red” The river gets its name from constant erosion of soil The soil is rich in Iron Oxide, which gives
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10/3/11 Backgrou nd How to numerous minority ethnicities including the Dai, Yi, and Hani people. Thought of as a
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10/3/11 Vietnam War Viet Minh soldiers attacked fortified French positions in the Red River Delta This was
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