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Indochina, Jungle of Pain 1957-1980

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Indochina fragmented into several states and a dangerous power vacuum developed following the withdrawal of the French colonial government in 1954. This was to have tragic and long lasting consequences for the people of Indochina as conflicting political ideology and the involvement of the worlds superpowers pushed the states of Indochina into a series of bloody and costly wars. Approximately 5 million Vietnamese and 3 million Cambodians perished as a result of these conflicts, making it a traumatic scar in the history of the region which should never be forgotten.

You will lead the North Vietnamese socialist movement, the Viet Minh, in this scenario in an attempt to establish peace, unity and independence for the long suffering people of Indochina.
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Turkish General Viet Minh was the Vietnamese(not north Vietnamese)freedom movement which fought against French to liberate Vietnam.You could have said "Vietkong",which was the NV's guerilla army.Or just North Vietnam.
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As I said, Indochina's history is extremely complicated. The regime which controls Vietnam today is a direct continuation of the North Vietnamese regime, which effectively derived it's government, military etc. from the Viet Minh liberation organisation. I decided to name the regime by it's original name for practicalities sake.

This scenario does not end with Vietnamese unification.
carthagewarlord Hey buddy, you have it all wrong. The Vietminh are South (pro American), and the Viet Cong are North (communist). Switch this around.
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Prior to the division of Vietnam the Viet Minh organisation was evident both in South and North Vietnam. The elements which existed in the North were integrated into the communist state emerging there or disbanded. In South Vietnam the Viet Minh cells still loyal to the communist north formed an armed political movement called the National Liberation Front (NLF), which was labelled the Vietcong by the Americans and South Vietnamese. It has been argued that the NLF was practically under the control of the North Vietnamese, with the NLF being dependent on the North for weapons, supplies and cadres (political leaders).

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