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Vietnam (Republic)


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    • us: South Vietnam
    • us: Republic of Vietnam
    • us: République du Viet Nam
    • us: République du Vietnam
    • us: SudVietnam
    • us: Vietnam (Associated State)
    • us: Vietnam del Sur
    • us: Vietnan del Sur
    • us: Cộng-hòa
    • us: Việt-Nam Cộng-hòa
    • us: Sud Viet Nam
    • us: Sud Vietnam
    • us: Viêt Nam du Sud
    • us: Oa̳t-lâm Kiōng-hô-kok
    • us: Южен Виетнам
    • us: I︠U︡zhen Vietnam
    • us: Република Виетнам
    • us: Republika Vietnam
    • us: Vietnam del Sud
    • us: Vietnamská republika
    • us: De Fietnam
    • us: Gweriniaeth Fietnam
    • us: Sydvietnam
    • us: Republik Vietnam
    • us: República de Vietnam
    • us: Vjetnama respubliko
    • us: Hego Vietnam
    • us: Vietnamgo Errepublika
    • us: Súd-Fietnam
    • us: Vietnam do Sur
    • us: Suda-Vietnam
    • us: Vietnam Selatan
    • us: דרום וייטנאם
    • us: Derom Ṿiyeṭnam
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      • found: Enc. Brit., 15th ed. (The Geneva Accord of 1954 ... provided for the temporary military partition of Vietnam at the 17th parallel. The two political entities that emerged were the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, better known as North Vietnam and the Republic of Vietnam, usually referred as South Vietnam)
      • found: Bulletin du Viet Nam (Paris, France : 1955). Bulletin du Viet Nam, 12 oct. 1956: t.p. (République du Viet Nam [the forms Viêt Nam or Vietnam are also used throughout the publication])
      • found: Cartas de SudVietnam, 1964: (Vietnam del Sur; Vietnan del Sur)
      • found: Buttinger, J. The dragon embattled, 1967: (In March 1949, the Elysée Agreement (between Emperor Bao Dai and French President Vincent Auriol) reconfirmed the independence of Vietnam and her status as an associated state of the French Union)
      • found: Công-báo Việt-Nam Cộng-hòa, 7 tháng giêng năm 1956: t.p.
      • found: Le bosquet des oiseaux : récits et nouvelles du Sud Viet Nam, 1960-1970, 1970.
      • found: Wikipedia, April 29, 2013 (South Vietnam, officially the Republic of Vietnam, was a state which governed southern Vietnam until 1975. It received international recognition in 1949 as the "State of Vietnam" (1949-55), and later as the "Republic of Vietnam" (1955-75); Việt Nam Cộng Hòa) French page (République du Viêt Nam (or more commonly, Viêt Nam du Sud, or Sud-Viêt Nam)) Min Nan page (Oa̳t-lâm Kiōng-hô-kok [vertical bar appears over the first "a"]) Bulgarian page (Южен Виетнам = I︠U︡zhen Vietnam; Република Виетнам = Republika Vietnam) Catalan page (Vietnam del Sud) Czech page (Vietnamská republika) Welsh page (De Fietnam; Gweriniaeth Fietnam) Danish page (Sydvietnam) German page (Südvietnam; Republik Vietnam) Spanish page (Vietnam del Sur; República de Vietnam) Esperanto page (Vjetnama respubliko) Basque page (Hego Vietnam, officially Vietnamgo Errepublika) West Frisian page (Súd-Fietnam) Galician page (Vietnam do Sur; República de Vietnam) Ido page (Suda-Vietnam) Indonesian page (Vietnam Selatan; Republik Vietnam) Italian page (Vietnam del Sud) Hebrew page (דרום וייטנאם = Derom Ṿiyeṭnam)
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      • 1996-01-19: new
      • 2013-05-02: revised
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