Vietnamese - Le Loi 1418 A.D Battle of Tot Dong Tributary independence-pay tribute to the Chinese and you can run your own government free of

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Vietnamese Nationalism o Ancient People 208 B.C. Trien Da (Founder of the Vietnamese people) Nam Viet = Land of the Southern Viet 100 B.C. Han Chinese takeover o Consequences Confucianism (Mandarin Class) Buddhism o “Annam” (“Pacified South”) Produce harmony and social order The Vietnamese were not happy that the Chinese were taking over. The Vietnamese took different techniques from the Chinese. Vietnamese Rebellions o Trung Sisters 40 A.D. o Trien Au 248 A.D. o Ngo Quyen 928 A.D. Battle of Bach Dang River Vietnam kicked the Chinese boats asses with a trap. Explosives in the river and stakes in the water. Smaller army dominated the bigger one. Tran Hung Dao 1287 A.D. Defeats Kublai Khan
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Unformatted text preview: Le Loi 1418 A.D. Battle of Tot Dong Tributary independence-pay tribute to the Chinese and you can run your own government free of Chinese influences Vietnam’s Golden Age, 1460-1860 o Leader: Le Thanh Tong o Confusian government Grew strong in the northern government Large army (200,000 strong)- with draft Vietnamese take the South (Mekong Delta) Shifting coalitions: coups and conflicts o French take over the south (Saigon) and call it Indochina Deeply Held Mindset o Resist invasion from the North o Conquer the South o Consider the implications Vietnamese Nationalism Lao and Khmer perspective Constant power struggles in best of times North vs. South dynamic...
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course HTS 3015 taught by Professor Flamming during the Summer '11 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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