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Hammer. Soon after she received her doctorate in Public Law and Government from Columbia where she specialized in international relations. She is best known for her book "The Struggle for Indochina", which discussed the struggle of that region for independence from France.

Hammer was known as an authority on French Colonial rule in Indochina.4/5(1). Hopefully "The Struggle for Indo-China" will come out in paperback reprint and/or ebook some day. In the meantime, the updated version of the French war is brilliantly laid out in Frederic Logevall's "Embers of War," thankfully available both in ebook and audiobook by: The Struggle for Indochina, The Struggle for Indochina, Excerpt.

Sincewhen Mao Tse-tung's victory in China raised the specter of Communist control over the whole of Asia, Indochina has been one of the critical points in the democracies' line of defense. The Struggle for Indochina Hardcover – January 1, by Ellen J Hammer (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1).

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