Dien Bien Phu

NOUN
  1. the French military base fell after a siege by Vietnam troops that lasted 56 days; ended the involvement of France in Indochina in 1954
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  • It cannot be strongly enough emphasized that the Dien Bien Phu operations were a broader part of '' Indochinese '', not '' Vietnamese '', campaigns, and that it is critical to understand the relationship of the base to the geography of [[Laos]], not just [[Tonkin]] and the Red River Delta. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • Paris 1954, four months after the cockup at Dien Bien Phu. I Met John Scalvi! « Whatever
  • The large relief on the wall of the prison memorializes the Vietnamese revolutionaries who were tortured and guillotined by the French until their defeat at Dien Bien Phu in 1954.
  • Within months — on May 7, 1954, to be exact — Dien Bien Phu was overrun by the Vietminh. The French Connection
  • He wished they were back by the Dien Bien Phu kitchen so he could cauterize the wound. FLOATING CITY
  • He wished they were back by the Dien Bien Phu kitchen so he could cauterize the wound. FLOATING CITY
  • He wished they were back by the Dien Bien Phu kitchen so he could cauterize the wound. FLOATING CITY
  • Other destinations include Dien Bien Phu, the mountainous province of Lai Chau, Bac Ha and the township of Sapa, with visits to tribal markets and treks on foot to remote villages.
  • He wished they were back by the Dien Bien Phu kitchen so he could cauterize the wound. FLOATING CITY
  • He wished they were back by the Dien Bien Phu kitchen so he could cauterize the wound. FLOATING CITY
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