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INDOCHINA IN U.S. WARTIME POLICY, 1941-1945
Significant misunderstanding has developed concerning U.S. policy towards Indochina in the decade of World War II and its aftermath. A number of historians have held that anti-colonialism governed U.S. policy and actions up until 1950, when containment of communism supervened. For example, Bernard Fall (e.g. in his 1967 postmortem book, Last Reflections on a War) categorized American policy toward Indochina in six periods: “(1) Anti-Vichy, 1940-1945; (2) Pro-Viet Minh, 1945-1946; (3) Non-involvement, 1946-June 1950; (4) Pro-French, 1950-July 1954; (5) Non-military involvement, 1954-November 1961; (6) Direct and full involvement, 1961-.”
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BACKGROUND TO THE CRISIS
A long long time ago in a galaxy far far away, significant misunderstanding had developed concerning Empire policy towards the planet of Alderaan. Bernard Fall (e.g. in his postmortem book, Last Reflections on a Clone War) categorized the Empire policy toward Alderaan in six periods: “(1) Anti-colonialist; (2) Pro-Rebel Alliance; (3) Non-involvement; (4) Pro-Galactic Republic; (5) Non-military involvement; (6) Direct and full involvement.”
Brian Joseph Davis ha adattato all’universo di Star Wars il documento noto con il nome di Pentagon Papers.