southern Indochina in a sentence
1. It was decided that a reply would not be given until the Japanese takeover of southern Indochina was complete, hoping that if it went peacefully, perhaps the US could be convinced to tolerate the occupation without intervention.
2. On 28 July the Japanese began to formally occupy southern Indochina.
3. On 28 July, 1941, Japan invaded southern Indochina.
4. In July 1941 Japan sent troops to southern Indochina, thus threatening British and Dutch possessions in the Far East.
5. In exchange, Japan promised not to launch any attacks in Southeast Asia and to withdraw its forces from southern Indochina.
6. Sōryū's air group was detached in mid-July and transferred to Hainan Island to support the occupation of southern Indochina.
7. In 1940 US President Roosevelt sanctioned Japan to punish it for invading China and southern Indochina under the Export Control Act.
8. The species ranges from eastern Pakistan to southern Indochina.
9. After Japanese forces occupied southern Indochina on 24 July 1941, the U.S. and its Western Allies froze Japanese assets within their borders thereby resulting in a halt on all oil shipments to Japan.
10. In July, the Japanese moved into southern Indochina.
11. In September 1941, Japan began its southward expansion by expanding its military presence to southern Indochina ("securing 'points d'appui'") and decisively increased the number of stationed personnel and planes.
12. Japanese heavy bombers were already in southern Indochina, and General Douglas MacArthur had been asked to send General Lewis H. Brereton's B-17 Flying Fortresses to attack their bases.
13. The Germain's peacock-pheasant is endemic to southern Indochina.
14. (3) southern Indochina to Myanmar.
15. It is found from Thailand and northern and central Malay Peninsula to southern Indochina.
16. It is found in south-eastern Asia from Tibet to southern Indochina.
17. Japan The bombing of Singapore was an attack on 8 December 1941 by seventeen G3M Nell bombers of Mihoro Air Group (Mihoro Kaigun Kōkūtai), Imperial Japanese Navy, flying from Thu Dau Mot in southern Indochina.
18. Six squadrons from both air groups took off from southern Indochina on the night of 7 December 1941.
19. In early 1941 Japan moved into southern Indochina, thereby threatening British Malaya, North Borneo and Brunei.
20. Aglaodorum are found growing in tidal mudflats in Borneo, Sumatra, southern Indochina, and Peninsula Malaysia.
21. The western black-bridged leaf turtle (Cyclemys atripons) is a species of Asian leaf turtle found in southern Indochina.
22. The eastern black-bridged leaf turtle (Cyclemys pulchristiata) is a species of Asian leaf turtles found in southern Indochina.
23. In July 1941 the Japanese occupied southern Indochina and established airfields as well as an important naval base at Cam Ranh Bay.
24. around 500 were in southern China and northern Indochina, a further 170 in southern Indochina, Burma and Thailand and 280 in the Dutch East Indies.
25. Another convoy was located and struck near Cape Padaran in southern Indochina, resulting in the loss of a tanker, two destroyer escorts and a patrol boat.
26. A convoy comprising seven vessels was also attacked near Cape St. Jacques in southern Indochina, leading to two freighters, three tankers, three destroyer escorts and a landing craft being sunk or forced to beach.
27. In Southern Indochina, the French had to deal with claims from Thailand which, backed by the Japanese, demanded territories situated to the Northwest of Cambodia's Tonle Sap and on the right bank of the Mekong River in Laos.
28. Peristylus maingayi, commonly known as the white ogre orchid, is a species of orchid that is native to southern Indochina, New Guinea and north Queensland.
29. It is native to tropical forests and peat swamp forests in Southeast Asia including southern Indochina, Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, and Borneo.
30. The ecoregion is at the transition between the tropical monsoon forests of central and southern Indochina and the subtropical forests of northern Indochina.
- 3,800 B.P.
- each Austroasiatic branch
- different terms
- the Iron Age
- about 2,500 B.P.
- relatively young Austroasiatic branches
- the more internally diverse Bahnaric branch
- about 3,000 B.P.
- more extensive internal diversification
- the Austroasiatic branches
- their present-day locations
- the diversification
- around 4,000 years
- the arrival
- rice agriculture
- that date
- The lexicon
- an early and late stratum
- The early stratum
- basic lexicon
- body parts
- animal names
- cultural items
- (agriculture terms
- cultural artifacts
- the later stratum
- aquatic subsistence strategies
- river fauna
- fish capture techniques
- widespread Austroasiatic roots
- river, valley', 'boat', 'fish', 'catfish sp
- (Central Austroasiatic
- tortoise', 'turtle', 'otter', 'crocodile', 'heron, fishing bird
- 'fish trap
- Archaeological evidence
- northern Vietnam
- other nearby areas
- only about 4,000 years
- 2,000 BC
- a relatively late riverine dispersal