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This committee print contains material deemed useful in any discussion of the situation in southeast Asia. It has been collected with the assistance of the Legislative Reference Service of the Library of Congress, the Department of State, and the staff of the Committee on Foreign Relations.
J. W. FULBRIGHT, Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations.
8. The threat of direct Chinese Communist intervention in Indo-
china: Address by the Secretary of State, June 11, 1954 (ex-
Vietnam, October 23, 1954.
President of Vietnam, May 11, 1957...
of Vietnam: Address by the President (Eisenhower), Gettys-
burg College, Gettysburg, Pa., April 4, 1959 (excerpt)-
cember 11, 1964...
A. SUMMARY OF EVENTS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA,
Prepared by the Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress, and the staff
of the Committee on Foreign Relations?
June 5.-Bao Dai, French High Commissioner Emile Bollert, and
Gen. Nguyen Van Xuan sign the Baie d'Along Agreement to estab-
letters between Bao Dai and President Auriol of France, outlines
the general principles affecting French-Vietnam relations.
High Commissioner Leon Pignon puts into effect the Elysee Agree-
ment. United States sends message of welcome to Bao Dai.
provide a basis for its organization on a constitutional framework.
February 17.-Great Britain and the United States extend de jure
welcomes to Vietnam.
and Minister accredited to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
ment with France, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos for indirect U.S.
September 17.- United States signs agreement with Vietnam for direct
pate in the signing of the Japanese Peace Treaty at San Francisco.
July.-U.S. Legation in Saigon is raised to Embassy status. U.S.
Ambassador presents credentials to Bao Dai. Vietnamese Embassy
is established in Washington, D.C.
1 This chronology has been compiled primarily on the basis of "Deadline Data on World