French Indochina was made up of the modern-day countries of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos, so the only country listed that was NOT part of French Indochina is JAPAN.
Yes, it's the area composed of the countries Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. It used to be a French colony called French Indochina.
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more than three. indochina stands for the countries of southeast asia. Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Malaysia. so it's six countries. the reason why this region is refered to as indochina is because all these countries were once part of a French colony.
Brazil was not part of French Indochina before world war 2.
French Indochina is actually three different countries today: Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. It is also worth noting that some small parts (less than 1%) of current Thailand and China were part of Indochina.
Cambodia,Vietnam, and Laos
France was gradually wearing down on Southeast Asian countries' independence until it was part of what was known as French Indochina. In France's goal to colonize the world and make it all French, it took a hold of Asia through Southeast Asia, specifically the countries of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Through military expeditions, the French wore down these three countries until they all became part of French Indochina.
French Indochina, Thialand, China, and Manchuria.
Parts of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos
No, Siam could maintain its independence.
Cambodja, Viet-Nam, Laos.
SALLAM... Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam
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Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
France ruled it, and this is why it was called "French" Indochina.
Vietnam was a part of colonial French Indochina.
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia... Novanet answer
Thailand. By the way, Thailand's ancient name is Siam and Siam means Smiling People. Rather nice don't you think?
yes. China, India, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam are the main countries of indo china.
French Indochina consisted of parts of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.
French Indochina was a French colony which comprised what is now Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. "Indochina" came from the fact that the territory was located between India and China.