|[Chapter heading not available]||4|
|But is this my business?||5|
|Did the French fight the Japanese during the war?||6|
|How long has there been unrest in Indo-China?||6|
|What has French rule been like?||6|
|Did the French take any notice of the new Government?||7|
|Surely that settled things?||7|
|What happened then?||7|
|What's the difference between indo China and Vietnam?||7|
|Do the French people wont peace in Indo-China?||8|
|Does the Government of Ho Chi Minh want peace?||8|
|How did the war start, then?||8|
|But is the Viet Minh a national movement?||9|
|Who else wants peace in Indo-China?||9|
|What has the Ho Chi Minh Government done to justify its being called "a national movement"?||10|
|Who is Bao Dai?||10|
|What is the war costing France?||11|
|What is the war costing other countries?||11|
|What rights does the Government of Bao Dai not have?||11|
|How have the French conducted the war?||12|
|What is the military position of the French forces?||12|
|What is American policy in Indo-China?||13|
|Where does this policy lead?||13|
|Does the intervention of other countries justify our intervention?||14|
|Would an independent Vietnam be a menace to Australia?||14|
|So what can we do?||15|
|What are the alternatives for France?||15|
Murray-Smith, Stephen & Australian Peace Council. (1954). Indo-China : intervention and war, or independence and peace Retrieved September 28, 2023, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-3088993413
Murray-Smith, Stephen and Australian Peace Council. Indo-China : intervention and war, or independence and peace Melbourne: Australian Peace Council, 1954. Web. 28 September 2023 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-3088993413>
Murray-Smith, Stephen & Australian Peace Council. 1954, Indo-China : intervention and war, or independence and peace Australian Peace Council, Melbourne viewed 28 September 2023 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-3088993413
| author1=Murray-Smith, Stephen.
| author2=Australian Peace Council.
| title=Indo-China : intervention and war, or independence and peace
| section=12 p. ; 22 cm.
| publisher=Australian Peace Council
| access-date=28 September 2023
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