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He argued for armed revolt against the French and the young ruler agreed with his proposal. The plan miscarried. Ton That Thuyet's intention had been to liquidate the French garrison which was quartered in the Vietnamese imperial city at Hue. When this proved impossible, Thuyet and Ham Nghi, accompanied by those mandarins who had long regretted the subservient position which the Vietnamese court had adopted, fled into the mountain fastnesses in the west of Viet-Nam. Moving his headquarters frequently, Thuyet, as the practical, but not the symbolic, leader of the resistance, organised the guerrilla operations which were the only means open to the Vietnamese of fighting on anything approaching equal terms with the French.
Now, he claimed, his efforts were directed solely against the French. The truth of his claim is doubtful, but there is clear evidence that he rallied his followers in terms of the French treatment of the king. Militarily the development of the Cambodian Rising provided an almost classic illustration of the difficulties faced by alien forces in a small war situation. The insurgents knew the countryside and the French troops—both Frenchmen and their colonial troops from Viet-Nam and North Africa—did not.
The Dutch had placed the right to levy highway tolls in the hands of Chinese concessionaires who battened upon the Javanese traveller. The general problem of disorientation in a period of rapid change seems to have been present also. In the case of the Java War, as with other areas of Southeast Asia, this atmosphere of disorientation reinforced the power of the traditional elite to command a following amongst the peasantry when the time came to revolt. The spark that lit the fires of revolt was a dispute between Diponegoro and the Dutch over a road which the colonial authorities sought to build over land containing a sacred tomb.
A Handbook of Asia Minor: Volume IV.2 Cilicia, Antitaurus, and North Syria by Great Britain Admiralty