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Dien Bien Phu and the crisis of Franco-American relations, 1954-1955

Lawrence S. Kaplan, Denise Artaud, Mark R. Rubin, editors.
  • Wilmington, Del. : SR Books, 1989.
  • xv, 286 pages ; 24 cm.
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Contents
  • Prologue : perceptions by the United States of its interests in Indochina / Richard H. Immerman
  • Franco-American conflict in Indochina, 1950-1954 / George C. Herring
  • The French military and U.S. participation in the Indochina War / Laurent Césari
  • Britain and the crisis over Dien Bien Phu, April 1954 : the failure of united action / Geoffrey Warner
  • Eisenhower, Dulles, and Dien Bien Phu : "The day we didn't go to war" revisited / George C. Herring and Richard H. Immerman
  • Military necessity, political impossibility : the French viewpoint on operation Vautour / Laurent Césari and Jacques de Folin
  • Redefining the American position in Southeast Asia : the United States and the Geneva and Manila Conferences / Gary R. Hess.
  • From Geneva to Manila : British policy toward Indochina and SEATO, May-September 1954 / Geoffrey Warner
  • Passage of empire : the United States, France, and South Vietnam, 1954-55 / George C. Herring, Gary R. Hess, and Richard H. Immerman
  • The repercussions of the Geneva Conference : South Vietnam under a new protector / Pierre Mélandri
  • Spring 1955 : crisis in Saigon / Denise Artaud
  • The United States, NATO, and French Indochina / Lawrence S. Kaplan
  • France between the Indochina War and the European defense community / Denise Artaud.
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  • Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
  • 0842023410
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 89010847
  • OCLC: 20296027