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Conflict in Indochina: 1954-1979 Student Book with 4 Access Codes

By | Copyright Year:2019 | ISBN-13: 9780170410113

Conflict in Indochina: 1954–1975 is written with close and clear alignment to the new Stage 6 Modern History course. The text incorporates classic and recent historical interpretations and is supported by regular by regular and relevant visual and primary source extracts, with accompanying activities. The student book opens with a survey of the decolinisation of French Indochina, examining in detail the conflict in Vietnam and its spread to Cambodia and Laos. The text is written by an experienced author and provides in depth coverage through addressing key content skills and assessment practices of the subject.

NelsonNet resources available*
Teacher Resources:
• Teaching programs

Student Resources:
• Worksheets
• Weblinks
• NelsonNetBook

*Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your local education consultant for access codes and conditions.


1 Decolonisation in Indochina, 1946–54
2 The emergence of the Second Indochina War, 1954–64
3 The Second Indochina War, 1964–68
4 The Second Indochina War, 1969–73
5 Communist victories in Indochina, 1973–75
6 The Cambodian Revolution, 1975–79
7 The impact and legacy of the conflict in Indochina


Jonathon Dallimore currently teaches modern history at Smith’s Hill High School, Wollongong, and lectures in history methods at UNSW. He is an HTANSW board member, frequent contributor to Teaching History and a regular presenter of workshops.


Frequent content consolidation tasks and end of chapter review activities based on History skill and assessment requirements and exam styled questions.

Historically accurate maps and relevant images, including photographs and artworks.

Relevant biographical studies.

Information boxes, diagrams and timelines.

In text and whole book glossaries.