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    EBOOK or PDF Đỉnh cao đế uốc Eric T. Jennings · 7 REVIEW FREE READ ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB · Eric T. Jennings Always nice to read something about colonialism in depth rather than satisfying oneself with vague allusions in the form of hyperlinks you don't actually click in left and right wing editorials A much complex and intriguing history r

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    EBOOK or PDF Đỉnh cao đế uốc Chalets nestled alongside soaring pines and cold lakes with scatterings of frolicking deer hardly tend to conjure up grandiose notions of empire but in Vietnam this is precisely where one can find a once celebrated seat of imperial power Situated in the alpine terrain and temperate climes of the Lang Bian plateau lies the city of Dalat the former capital of the Federation of Indochina during the Second World W

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    REVIEW Đỉnh cao đế uốc Eric T. Jennings · 7 REVIEW EBOOK or PDF Đỉnh cao đế uốc Fascinating if a bit repetitive history of Dalat As with most history books on Vietnam everything seems to build towards the war with anything post 75 given a few pages

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    REVIEW Đỉnh cao đế uốc EBOOK or PDF Đỉnh cao đế uốc FREE READ ´ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB · Eric T. Jennings Historians often have a mastery of English making their works delightful to read Mr Jennings despite the delightful topic has managed to present a fairly pedestrian and prosaic work Given the paucity of information about Dalat in English Mr Jennings work is welcome But in terms of prose writers like Barbara Tuchman leave Mr Jenning

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Lang Bian plateau lies the city of Dalat the former capital of the Federation of Indochina during the Second World War Originally established in 1897 by the French as a sanitarium for sick colons Dalat evolved into a popular holiday locale for Europeans looking to escape the sweltering heat of Southern Vietnam Its mostly cool conducive climate allowed it to become a redoubt of familiarity for Europeans the cultivation of familiar produce and a comfortable environment for sp c cu n n y vui bu n l n l nVui v c m t cu n s ch nghi m t c c m t cu n s ch nghi m t c ng phu v l ch s L t m c cung c p nhi u t li u v hi u bi t v s h nh th nh v ph t tri n c a L t Bu n v h c cu n s ch n o c ng phu nghi m t c v Vi t Nam y nh r ng l do m t ng T y vi t Chuy n nghi m t c c ng phu t c ng l h n nhi n v ng i vi t l i o s s h c m i o s s h c i h c T y c i chu n t ph i nh th kh ng ph i b n nhi u i l c c ng h i s t ru t v i t c i v ng l m r m r u c Ch ng h n m y ch ng u v vi c ch n L t l m Always nice to read something about colonialism in depth rather than satisfying oneself with vague allusions in the form of hyperlinks you don t actually click in left and right wing editorials A much complex and intriguing history reveals itself Didn t know there was an Indochine version of Colonel Kurtz Didn t know colonialism and racism was experienced differently by highland minorities compared to Vietnamese Didn t know about the scale and intensity of Viet Minh assassinations towards the end of the colonial period or the Dalat Massacre of 1951 There s enough drama here to fill several Hollywood films perhaps if I knew French cinema better this history is not as unrepresented as I think As a politics nerd the tension and interplay between Vietnamese French and Japanese authorities during the Japanese occupation was fascinating as wellThis was also my first microhistory I dig the KaBOOM!: One Entrepreneur's Quest to Build Community SAVE PLAY! genre a lot It almost reads like a novel or series of short stories about a place where youet to know people and places intimately rather than those high level top down history textbooks you remember from school Jennings does a ood job of not etting lost in the details though and always connects the parts to the whole demonstrating well how the processes and events in Dalat are emblematic of or influencing Vietnam as a wholeA nice read all in all Jennings writes well for an academic One star off only because it does suffer from redundancy a bit almost as though he wrote the chapters months apart forgetting points he had already made at length already just a few pages earlier Maybe it s necessary since this book is for academic not eneral audiences Historians often have a mastery of English making their works delightful to read Mr Jennings despite the delightful topic has managed to present a fairly pedestrian and prosaic work Given the paucity of information about Dalat in English Mr Jennings work is welcome But in terms of prose writers like Barbara Tuchman leave Mr Jennings far behind. ý trên đường đi của nóĐà Lạt sẽ còn uyến rũ mọi người lâu dài Dường như nó ieo niềm hoài nhớ cho ngay cả một thế hệ trẻ Việt Nam những người xem nó như một nơi chốn lãng mạn và thoát ly Cảm nhận đương đại này về nhiều mặt là sự đứt đoạn với cảm nhận thực dân Pháp về Đà Lạt như một sự thay thế cho nước Pháp một bản sao thu nhỏ của mẫu uốcTrích Lời tác iả nhân dịp ra mắt bản tiếng Vi?. Đỉnh cao đế uốcOff the topic3 Paul Doumer and Albert Sarraut #appeared to be uite reasonable imperialists policy makers I m sure political agendas played a part And Vietnamese #to be uite reasonable imperialists policy makers I m sure political agendas played a part And Vietnamese employed by the French were fair and vocal in criticizing the displacement of indigenous inhabitants and in preserving local values and traditions4 I skimmed through the two chapters about the 1940 45 period This probably didn t have anything to do with the author s writing but rather my lackluster interest in the subject matters5 I was curious about that Th des Plateaux Mo s photo in the book and came across this little interesting article about plateau tea on pages 48 49 T m C y Tr R ng Tr nh Chu 2016 from V n H a Ph t Gi o Magazine 1 July 2016 issue6 I sometimes wonder whether materials written in languages other than the subject matter s native language should follow the latter s conventions for proper names I couldn t et my hands on the Vietnamese translation so it was difficult to correlate the names in the book to the Vietnamese proper names For instance whatwhere is Daban or Dan Him There are inconsistencies one syllable names sandwiched between multiple syllable ones Examples a b The proper name variations that I have come across not just in this book but any books not written by native Vietnamese are As they appear in Vietnamese Phan Thiet Phan Rang uy Nhon Sometimes even with tone marks like S ng Pha As one word with multiple syllables Donna ng Nai Darlac k tone marks like S ng Pha As one word with multiple syllables Donna ng Nai Darlac k k Banmethuot Baria Tayninh With hyphens uin Hon inconsistent with the uy Nhon mentioned above Bien Hoa Nghe AnThe same thing happens with personal names such as Empress Nam Phuong and Emperor Bao Dai on one page vs Empress Nam Phuong and Nguyen Huu Hao on anotherI uess I can t complain however because I m not knowledgeable enough about the etymology of those names And even some of them with ethnic minority origins have yet to be standardized in Vietnamese u c ng h a Like Kontum vs k L k vs Bu n Ma Thu t I d love to receive any recommendations on booksresources about the history of Vietnamese proper names NotesDjiring Di LinhDarlac k L kDarnom k N ng Fascinating if a bit repetitive history of Dalat As with most history books on Vietnam everything seems to build towards the war with anything post 75 iven a few pages y ch c ch n l t c ph m s h c vi t v L t uan tr ng nh t v c th l t c ph m phi h c u hay nh t m t i c trong n m nayReview v l i khen ng i cho cu n s ch c u nhi u Ch xin b y t m t ch t s kh m ph c c a t i d nh cho t c Mesagerul gi v ng b ra c ng s c kh nhi u cho m t t c ph m th c s khoa h c v ch t ch v i m t c nh n h t s c m i m v s u s c v L t n i ri ng v l ch s th c d n ng D ng n i chung Chalets nestled alongside soaring pines and cold lakes with scatterings of frolicking deer hardly tend to conjure up randiose notions of empire but in Vietnam this is precisely where one can find a once celebrated Seat Of Imperial Power of imperial power in the alpine terrain and temperate climes of the. Côte d’Azur và đến những thị trấn đồi núi ở Hòa Lan mà lúc bấy iờ còn ọi là Hòa Ấn Netherland Indies Nói cách khác Đà Lạt hiện đại và hoàn cầu từ trong tinh chất Vậy mà nó cũng là tỉnh lẻ khu nghỉ dưỡng này nổi tiếng vì các phong cách vùng Basue Breton Norman và Provençal chẳng hạn Cuốn sách này khám phá những nguồn ốc và tiến hóa của Đà Lạt trong kỷ nguyên thuộc địa khảo sát nhiều căng thẳng và nghịch ,
I m putting this book in my Goodreads favorites shelf It s not perfect Rather thoroughly researched exhaustive unbiased to be completely frank it satiated my curiosity and romanticized fascination for colonial Frenchness for Vietnamese intellects and elites prior to 1975 L t s appeal doesn t merely lie in its natural endowments If anything beauty was indeed in the eye of the beholder at least during the inception of the city It was exhilarating to lean from the various uotes and Jennings assessments that L T Was Rhetorically Constructed was rhetorically constructed and promoted as a wellbeing paradise Its history as written by the French as opposed to by the indigenous who had already inhabited it and functions shifted over timeFirst as a health center for the French an immediate practical measure to combat diseases casualties financial burdens It then took on a nostalgic air for the homesick French as a safe haven and an arguable reminder of the metropole during World War I That aura was bolstered by the notion of prestige of status of luxury and leisure inaccessible by the Annamese mass Along with this came the need to turn L t into a hub for European domesticityAs the political condition in Vietnam turned turbulent and the French rule fragile the colonizers saw the need to perpetuate the French presence in Southeast Asia p 178 by opening L t up to an influx of Vietnamese as a welcoming mingling spaceI m uite fussy about citations when it comes to nonfiction and this book does a ood job at using primary sources from contemporaries Jennings consults various sources yet manages to retain personal and impartial analyses without Jimmy: The Terrorist glorifying any of the plethora of parties with conflicting agendas during the chaotic period Iot confused at times about the chronology as the book is organized into themes but overall Jennings uite successfully weaves disjointed sources topics and events together to create a seamless flow of arguments and overarching themes I liked that every chapter is broken down into smaller sections each How to Live the James Bond Lifestyle: The Complete Seminar given a subtitle and a conclusion that capture the nittyritty Other personal babbles1 I liked that Jennings dedicates comprehensive analyses to the triangular dynamics between indigenous highlanders and French colonizers between French and ethnic Vietnamese elites and between ethnic Vietnamese and indigenous highlanders2 Jennings touches on race and ender topics here and there The unfair exploitation of the indigenous highlander labor was heartbreaking to read The sections about Victor Adrien Debay and his crimes to achieve his oals read redundant to me I ot that the author is conveying achieve his oals read redundant to me I ot that the author is conveying impact of the colonizers in this case Debay s imperious mentality and violent forceful treatment towards the indigenous and their resources and that he is contrasting Debay s discovery of B N with Alexandre Yersin s lenient approach to finding out Lang Bian which probably heightens L t s fancifulness But too much of Debay it veers. Đà Lạt được tạo dựng vào cuối thế kỷ 19 từ những dự định trái ngược và tranh chấp nhau nó sẽ là một vườn ươm một pháo đài chống bệnh tật một trung tâm của uyền lực thực dân một căn cứ uân sự một đỉnh cao để từ đó thống lĩnh Đông DươngCác nhà ui hoạch thành phố này tìm cảm hứng ở nhiều nơi tham khảo rất nhiều đến Petropolis ở Brazil đến Baguio ở Philippines đến Pháp và dãy Alps Thụy Sĩ đến.

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