President Ho Chi Minh (May 19, 1890 - 2024): Genius strategist of the Vietnamese Revolution
With his great vision and strategic thinking, President Ho Chi Minh led the Vietnamese people through successful revolutions, creating a brilliant milestone in the nation’s history.
On September 2, 1945, at Ba Dinh Square in Hanoi, President Ho Chi Minh read the “Declaration of Independence”, founding the Democratic Republic of Vietnam__Photo: VNA
President Ho Chi Minh on his way to the Border Campaign in 1950__Photo: VNA
President Ho Chi Minh closely monitored the progress of the battle against enemy bases in Dong Khe town in Cao Bang province, which opened the Border Campaign (September 16, 1950)__Photo: VNA
President Ho Chi Minh chaired a meeting of the Government Council at the Viet Bac Base during the resistance war against the French colonialists__Photo: VNA
The Dien Bien Phu Campaign Command: President Ho Chi Minh (center), Commander-in-Charge General Vo Nguyen Giap (far right), and comrades in the Campaign Command__Photo: VNA
On September 19, 1954, at Gieng Temple in the historical and cultural relic complex of the Hung Kings Temple, President Ho Chi Minh held talks with officers and soldiers of the 308th Army (Pioneer Army) on the way back to take over Hanoi__Photo: VNA
At the 3rd session of the 3rd National Assembly, which opened on April 16, 1965, President Ho Chi Minh called on compatriots and soldiers around the country to step forward to defeat the US invaders__Photo: VNA
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