New PDF release: A Vietnamese Royal Exile in Japan: Prince Cuong De
By Tran My-Van
Prince Cuong De, considered through the French as a pretender to the Vietnamese throne, was once a massive and engaging determine within the historical past of Vietnam’s fight for independence. He used to be extremely popular through many non-communist Vietnamese nationalists, yet has been almost ‘written out’ of Vietnamese background.
Based on huge unique examine, together with interviews and demanding records from the French nationwide documents, this book strains the lifetime of Cuong De as a royal exile in Japan, exploring his hyperlinks to key eastern leaders and the way he campaigned for his reason and was once supported in Japan, Vietnam and elsewhere. The author shows how Cuong De had nice hopes that imperial Japan could boost the reason for Vietnamese independence from France, in particular throughout the jap career of Vietnam in 1941-5. yet those hopes have been disillusioned as Japan's Indochina coverage gave primacy to Japan's personal financial and strategic self-interest.
This publication presents many desirable insights into the improvement of Vietnamese nationalism and the lengthy, harsh fight for independence, from the viewpoint of an enticing and undeservedly overlooked figure.
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A Vietnamese Royal Exile in Japan: Prince Cuong De (1882-1951) (Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia) by Tran My-Van