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1954 geneva conferenceの例文

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  • After the war, the 1954 Geneva conference failed to adopt a solution for a unified Korea.
  • Neither the United States government nor Ng?靚h Di?m s State of Vietnam signed anything at the 1954 Geneva Conference.
  • Neither the United States government nor Ng?靚h Di?m's State of Vietnam signed anything at the 1954 Geneva Conference.
  • Neither the United States government nor Ngo Dinh Diem's State of Vietnam signed anything at the 1954 Geneva Conference.
  • After the 1954 Geneva Conference, an appearance of neutrality was preserved by posting " civilians " to military aid positions.
  • Dong headed the Viet Minh delegation to the 1954 Geneva conference, at which the major powers agreed to divide Vietnam temporarily.
  • Veterans from the Eastern Zone revolution, especially those from 1954 Geneva Conference held important positions in the Ministry of National Defense.
  • The regions were then divided into four independent countries ( North Vietnam, South Vietnam, 1954 Geneva Conference to end the First Indochina War.
  • The 1954 Geneva Conference agreements required the withdrawal of foreign forces, and allowed the Pathet Lao to establish itself as a regime in Laos's two northern provinces.
  • The Laotian Civil War came about as the United States moved in to take the place of the French administrators departing Laos as a result of the 1954 Geneva Conference.
  • In the wake of the 1954 Geneva Conference and its treaties, the U . S . embassy in Vientiane established the Programs Evaluation Office to oversee military aid to Laos.
  • The International Control Commission established by the 1954 Geneva Conference was renewed and engineered a truce on 11 May 1961, while the details of a new Lao government could be settled.
  • After the 1954 Geneva Conference, Cambodia restored its Monarchy under the Authoritarian and Isolationist Regime of Prince Norodom Sihanouk, who sought to be Neutral as the region descended into violence.
  • Two months after the 1954 Geneva Conference on Indochina, the North Vietnamese established a small support group known as Group 100, on the Thanh Hoa-Houaphan border at Ban Nam鑟.
  • After the end of World War II, he remained in Europe as the network's senior foreign correspondent, covering the Nuremberg Trials, the funeral of 1954 Geneva Conference, among other stories.
  • Most of the armed guerrilla groups in Cambodia, with the notable exception of some followers of Thanh, were to lay down their arms in the wake of the political settlement imposed by the 1954 Geneva Conference.
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