Le Drame Tonkinois (1873-1874) - Deuxième étude d'après des documents in&...

Le Drame Tonkinois (1873-1874) - Deuxième étude d'après des documents inédits

MARQUET (Jean) - NOREL (Jean)

Published by Saïgon, Imprimerie Moderne J. Testelin, 1937. Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Indochinoises, nouvelle série, Tome 12, nos 3-4.
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1 volume in-4, 197 pp., reliure moderne plein cuir bordeaux, couvertures imprimées conservées, très bon état. Rare publication indochinoise sur la Conquête du Tonkin, avec croquis de la citadelle de Phu Hoai-Duc, Carte des communications fluviales du Tonkin, Plan de Haïphong en 1874. Voyage de Philastre, de Saigon à Hanoi par Hué - Francis Garnier et ses compagnons au Tonkin. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Le Drame Tonkinois (1873-1874) - Deuxième ...
Publisher: Saïgon, Imprimerie Moderne J. Testelin, 1937. Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Indochinoises, nouvelle série, Tome 12, nos 3-4.

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Marquet, Jean, & Jean Norel
Published by Impr. d'Extrême-Orient, [Hanoi] (1947)
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Book Description Impr. d'Extrême-Orient, [Hanoi], 1947. Small folio, pp. [3]-204, portrait, 2 maps, village plan; very good in later native half brown calf, gilt lettered direct on spine; very good. The writer The Phong's copy, signed and dated by him in 1952 on the title page and also p. [45], p. 57, . Originally published in the Bulletin de la Société des Études Indochinoises, nouvelle série, tom. 12, no. 3-4 in 1938. The Phong (b. 1932) started writing in Hanoi in 1952 "in the first days of the Vietminh." In 1953 he embarked on a career of journalism. He moved to Saigon before the fall of Dien Bien Phu in 1954 where he wrote film reviews and other material on a contractual basis. He is the author of over 40 books, among them three novels (2 written in Hanoi, and another in Saigon), and in September of 1964 he became a press officer of the Minister of Information which brought him in contact with many important people in both the literary as well as the political scene. Not found in OCLC. Bookseller Inventory # 35845

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