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Wikipedia English The Free Encyclopedia: Download this dictionary: Sino-French War. The Sino-French War (,, ), also known as the Tonkin War and Tonquin War, was a limited conflict fought from August 1884 through April 1885, to decide whether France would supplant China's control of Tonkin (northern Vietnam). Although the Chinese armies performed better than in other nineteenth-century.
The Sino-American War was a war involving the People's Republic of China and the United States as the two superpowers clashed in a struggle to control the last remaining resources on Earth. The two key participants and their client states and annexed nations engaged in total war against each other, as both civilian and military resources were harnessed to achieve victory over the other side.
Refugees continued fleeing from Vietnam through the rest of the decade, and into the next. In 1979, Vietnam invaded Cambodia and removed Pol Pot from power and into hiding, thereby decisively stabilizing Cambodia. Only one month later, however, partially in retaliation, China launched a failed invasion of Vietnam: the Sino-Vietnamese War.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A map of China and Vietnam The Sino-Vietnamese War was a war fought between China and Vietnam from February 17, 1979 to March 16, 1979.
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On February 17, 1979 the People's Republic of China invaded Vietnam under the pretext of expelling Vietnam from Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge reign. Chairman Mao died three years earlier that ended China's brutal Cultural Revolution and turned the PRC toward a more open, relatively speaking, economic system away from Maoism. To complicate matters, Vietnam strengthened ties with the Soviet.