Indo-China

Indo-China, called also the Eastern Peninsula or Farther India, the name given to the large peninsular territory which lies between the Bay of Bengal and the Chinese Sea, lying almost wholly within the Torrid Zone, and embracing the empires of Burma and Annam and the kingdom of Cambodia and Siam, as well as territories under Britain and France, all now mostly divided between the latter two and Siam; it is sparsely peopled owing to its mountainous character and the swampy lands, and the natives are mainly of the Mongolian type.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Individualism * Indo-European
Indian Mutiny
Indian Ocean
Indian Territory
Indiana
Indianapolis
Indians, American
India-rubber, Caoutchouc
Indiction
Indium
Individualism
Indo-China
Indo-European
Indo-Germanic
Indore
Indra
Induction
Indulgence
Indus
Inertia
Inez de Castro
Infallibility