WWII, it was called French Indochina then.
Japan occupied Indochina during WWII.
There was no such person. Vietnam was then French Indochina, a colony of France, and after the summer of 1941 it was occupied by the Japanese.
it was an occupied country
Occupied enemy territory.
During WWII, Japan occupied Southeast Asia. Vietnam is part of Southeast Asia.
No nation occupied anybody during Vietnam. Vietnam was a war of body counts; who killed the most men won. Northerners lived in the North; Southerners lived in the South. US & allies also lived thru-out the South; for about 15 years and then left in 1975.
The Vietminh, or Vietnamese nationalists, fought against the Japanese troops which occupied Vietnam during World War II. Vo Nguyen Giap led the Vietminh troops.
Indochina was just one of many occupied regions during WW2. Japanese troops moved westward from Indochina towards India during WW2, creating the CBI Theater of Operations (China, India, Burma Theater) under US Army General Stillwell.
North Vietnamese occupied North Vietnam; they were communists.
No. Vietnam is far to the southwest of Japan, which is on the same latitude as the two Koreas. The Japanese did control Vietnam with a puppet government when it was French Indochina, during World War II.
The US except during WW2 when the Japanese occupied the Islands.
Occupied nations ate their own foods. Japanese military rations had to be preserved for consumption by Japanese Troops.
The Japanese actually occupied part of North America during World War II. They took several islands in the Aleutian chain near Alaska.
China invaded Vietnam during 111 BC until 938, the Vietnamese got their independence back. The Mongols invaded Vietnam, about 3 times between 1255-1285. The French occupied in Vietnam during the middle-late 19th Century.
No, it was occupied by the Japanese
Its possible to get away with using that term, but generally that means settling there with families (women and children). A more accurate term might be "occupied" by the Imperial Japanese Army however.
No, Unless by 'vietnam war' you mean the Japanese conquest of French Indochina during WWII .
The Japanese occupied Singapore during World War II, from 1942 to 1945.
Vietnam or Indochina, was occupied and administered by the Japanese. It was a former French colony and after the war, was reoccupied by France. They were ousted by the communists in 1954 at Dien Ben Phue in northern Vietnam. It was a humiliating defeat with thousands of French soldiers being forced to surrender.
1. The US is on the North American continent; Vietnam is on the Asian continent. 2. The US is well over 50 times larger than Vietnam. 3. The US has never been occupied by another nation. Vietnam was occupied by Japan during WWII. (Note-being a colony of Britain for the US and France for Vietnam doesn't count as an occupation force).
It was a Japanese occupied country and it was exploited and abused. and it was swantoned
During the first part of 1945 Korea was occupied by Japanese forces. The Soviet Union took power from the Japanese however and finally American forces got involved.
In late 1943 members of the Viet Minh, led by General Vo Nguyen Giap, began to infiltrate Vietnam to launch guerrilla operations against the Japanese, who occupied the country during World War II.
Yes , the Japanese invaded Vietnam in 1941 .