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How did the French feel about America invading Vietnam after the French had left?

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2011-09-12 20:44:43
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After the diseaster at Dien Bien Phu, the French felt that they can no longer hold Vietnam and that French lives are not worth an unprofitable colony. A treaty was signed at the Geneva conference, where free elections was set for a certain date. At that point French didn't really care what happened, they didn't buy American cracked-pot Domino theory. So a few years after, when Diem "president" of the south Vietnam reneged on the unifying election of north and south knowing he would lose a popular election, and the US had to increasing prop up his weak regime, the French couldn't have cared one way or another. They were essentially done with the region.

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