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Llan, 1937), p. 164. 12 COllqllest alld Revolt refu sed to join them . After French and loya l Vietnamese troops quickl y su ppressed the mutin y, the colonial authorities bega n a ro undup of VNQDD membe rs . French aircraft bombed the village o f Co Am, the reputed head quarte rs of the re bels in the Red Ri ver Delta, and killed two hundred village rs. 30 Most of the me mbers of the VNQDD were quickly ca ptured, and th e leaders were executed . Although these measures effecti vely removed the immed iate threat to colo nial rule represented by the VNQ DD, the long-term consequ ences would prove disastrous to the Fre nch in later yea rs .

489 - 90. 5 1Am 5JMcmo randuTn for Record (MFR), Cecil W. f( I~ el{/tio" s, 1945 - 1967: A Study Pre/mrer! by the DCI){Ir/lllclIl of Defellse, 12 vols. (Washington, 1971), I :A- II - A- 12. A thorough discussion of America n policy toward Ind ochina during 1940- 41 may be found in Wi lliam L. Lange r and S. Everett Gleason, Ullricc/art'd War, 1940 - 1941 (New York: Harper & Row, 1953), pp. 9 - 16. 64 1- 44. SoiMemo, Adv iser on Political Relations (James C. S. 1940, vol. 4, Tile Far East (Wash ington, 1955), pp.

Roosevelt and Indoch ina," /ollmnl of AmericfIIl H is/o ry 59 (Septe mbe r 1972): 353 - 68. sMemo, Presid e nt Rooseve lt fo r Secy of State, 24 Jan 44, Depa rtment of State, Foreigll Reln/iolls of III" United Sta les: The COllferellces al Cairo alld Tehrall, 1943 (Washi ngton, 1961), pp. 872 - 73 . ('Marv in R. Za hniser, Ullcertaill Frjelldshif): Alllericall-Frellc/l Reln/jOlls Through Ihe Cold War (New York: Jo hn Wiley Sons, 1975), p . 244 . 7Hess, "Franklin D. Rooseve lt and Indochi na," p.

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