• Brian Hunter
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


Key Historical Events. Conquered by the Chinese in b.c. 111, Vietnam broke free from Chinese domination in 939, though at many subsequent periods it was a nominal Chinese vassal. (For subsequent history until the cessation of hostilities with the US in Jan. 1973 see The Statesman’s Year-Book, 1989–90).

Công Hòa Xã Hôi Chu Nghĩa Viêt Nam (Socialist Republic of Vietnam)


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Further Reading

  1. Trade and Tourism Information Centre with the General Statistical Office. Economy and Trade of Vietnam [various 5-year periods]Google Scholar
  2. Beresford, M., National Unification and Economic Development in Vietnam. London, 1989CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Dellinger, D., Vietnam Revisited. Boston (Mass.), 1986Google Scholar
  4. Ho Chi Minh, Selected Writings, 1920–1969. Hanoi, 1977Google Scholar
  5. Karnow, S., Vietnam: A History. 2nd ed. London, 1992Google Scholar
  6. Leitenberg, M. and Burns, R. D., War in Vietnam. 2nd ed. Oxford and Santa Barbara, 1982Google Scholar
  7. Norlund, I. (ed.) Vietnam in a Changing World. London, 1994Google Scholar
  8. Post, K., Revolution, Socialism and Nationalism in Vietnam, vol. 1. Aldershot, 1989Google Scholar
  9. Smith, R. B., An International History of the Vietnam War. London, 1983CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. National statistical office: General Statistical Office, Hanoi.Google Scholar

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