Vietnam Social Sciences, S. 3 (2015)

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Nguyen Lords’ Policies on Ethnic Minorities in Cochinchin


Tóm tắt

    The civil war of Trịnh - Nguyễn lasted nearly half a century (1627-1672). Trịnh and Nguyễn Lords agreed "to take Gianh river as the border line. The South of the river is Nam Hà and the North is Bắc Hà. Both sides got ceasefire since then" (MVNH, 2004: 88). In old history documents, Bắc Hà was called Đàng Ngoài (Tonkin), Nam Hà was Đàng Trong (Cochinchin) which formed Đại Việt. Once settled, Nguyễn Lords paid much attention to policies for ethnic minorities. The author focuses on Nguyễn Lords' policies in this period, namely suppressing minorities' rebels to accelerate Southwards movement and strengthening South permanence of Cochin, protecting and using surrenders and ethnic minority talents, expelling discrimination and allowing ethnic minorities live in their cultural traditions and customs.      

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Vietnam Social Sciences, ISSN: 1013-4328