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The Land Boundaries of Indochina: Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam
Ronald Bruce St. John
Visualizzazione frammento - 1998
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Pagina 1 - Indian nor Chinese. It lies between India and China, geographically connected with both, and as close to the one as to the other. This is true despite the fact that the whole territory is really a southern extension of the Chinese land masses. Over the whole width of Indochina's northern boundary the mountain ranges of southern and south-western China run down into the peninsula from north to south. Their narrow river valleys have forever been migration routes of the peoples who populated Southeast...