French Protectorate

French Protectorate may refer to:

  • The French protectorate of Cambodia
  • The French Protectorate of Tunisia

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Capitulations Of The Ottoman Empire - History
... during the rule of Louis XII, in which the Sultan of Egypt had made concessions to the French and the Catalans ... Other French kings down to Louis XV followed the same policy, which, whatever criticism it merits, was favorable to Christianity in the Levant by zealously defending Christian ... of the above." It is noteworthy that the same advantages are stipulated for the French and for the friends and allies of France, but for the latter in consideration of ...
Tonkin Campaign - Establishment of The French Protectorate (August 1883)
... naval reinforcements further strengthened the French position in Tonkin ... Although the French were now in a position to consider taking the offensive against Liu Yongfu, they realised that military action against the Black Flag Army had to be ... General Bouët and François-Jules Harmand, the recently-appointed French civil commissioner-general for Tonkin, held a council of war at Haiphong ...
Protectorate Of Missions - The Protectorate and The Holy See
... just mentioned was not the only occasion on which the Holy See undertook the defense of the French Protectorate ... Whenever missionaries sought protection other than that of France, French diplomacy complained to Rome, and the Propaganda Fide was always careful to reprimand the missionaries and to remind them that it appertained ... and selected from many others, are cited by the author of the study of the French Protectorate in the "Civiltà Cattolica" (5 November 1904) ...
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... After World War II, a French protectorate was established within borders similar to those of the Territory ... A referendum was held on 23 October 1955 which ended French rule and influence ...
Battle Of Phủ Hoài - Background
... considered to have begun in June 1883, with the decision by the French government to despatch reinforcements to Tonkin to avenge the defeat and death of Henri Rivière at the hands of Liu Yongfu's Black Flag ... marine infantry officer available in the French colony of Cochinchina ... The French position in Tonkin on Bouët's arrival in early June 1883 was extremely precarious ...

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