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    Ho Chi Minh

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    Hồ Chí Minh

    Portrait of Hồ Chí Minh, c. 1946

    Chairman of the Workers' Party of Vietnam

    In office

    19 February 1951 – 2 September 1969

    General Secretary Trường Chinh

    Lê Duẩn (acting)

    Preceded by Position established

    Succeeded by Position abolished

    General Secretary of the Workers' Party of Vietnam

    In office

    1 November 1956 – 10 September 1960

    Preceded by Trường Chinh

    Succeeded by Lê Duẩn

    1st President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

    In office

    2 September 1945 – 2 September 1969

    Preceded by Position established

    Bảo Đại (as Emperor)

    Succeeded by Tôn Đức Thắng

    1st Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

    In office

    2 September 1945 – 20 September 1955

    Preceded by Position established

    Trần Trọng Kim (as Prime Minister of the Empire of Vietnam)

    Succeeded by Phạm Văn Đồng

    Minister of Foreign Affairs

    In office

    28 August 1945 – 2 March 1946

    Preceded by Trần Văn Chương

    (Empire of Vietnam)

    Succeeded by Nguyễn Tường Tam

    In office

    3 November 1946 – March 1947

    Preceded by Nguyễn Tường Tam

    Succeeded by Hoàng Minh Giám

    Full Member of the 2nd and 3rd Politburo

    In office

    31 March 1935 – 2 September 1969

    Personal details

    Born Nguyễn Sinh Cung

    19 May 1890

    Kim Liên, Nam Đàn, Nghệ An, Annam, French Indochina

    Died 2 September 1969 (aged 79)

    Hanoi, North Vietnam

    Resting place Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum

    Nationality Vietnamese

    Political party French Section of the Workers' International


    French Communist Party


    Communist Party of Vietnam


    Spouse(s) Tăng Tuyết Minh ​(m. 1926)​ (?)


    Bạch Liên (or Nguyễn Thị Thanh; sister)

    Nguyễn Sinh Khiêm (or Nguyễn Tất Đạt; brother)

    Nguyễn Sinh Xin (brother)


    Nguyễn Sinh Sắc (father)

    Hoàng Thị Loan (mother)

    Alma mater Communist University of the Toilers of the East


    Politicianrevolutionarypastry chef

    Signature Vietnamese name

    Vietnamese Hồ Chí Minh

    Hán-Nôm 胡志明

    Vietnamese birth name

    Vietnamese Nguyễn Sinh Cung

    Hán-Nôm 阮生恭

    Hồ Chí Minh (/hoʊ tʃiː mɪn/;[1] Vietnamese: [hò cǐ mīŋ̟] (listen), Saigon: [hò cǐ mɨ̄n]; Chữ Hán: 胡志明; 19 May 1890 – 2 September 1969[a]), born Nguyễn Sinh Cung,[b][5][6] also known as Nguyễn Tất Thành, Nguyễn Ái Quốc, , Người cha dân tộc ('Father of the people') or simply ('Uncle', pronounced [ʔɓaːk̚˦˥]), was a Vietnamese revolutionary and politician. He served as Prime Minister of Democratic Republic of Vietnam from 1945 to 1955 and President from 1945 until his death in 1969. Ideologically a Marxist–Leninist, he served as Chairman and First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Vietnam.

    Hồ Chí Minh was born in Nghệ An province, in Central Vietnam. He led the Việt Minh independence movement from 1941 onward. Initially, it was an umbrella group for all parties fighting for Vietnam's independence, but the Communist Party gained majority support after 1945. Hồ Chí Minh led the Communist-led Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945, defeating the French Union in 1954 at the Battle of Điện Biên Phủ, ending the First Indochina War, and resulting in the division of Vietnam, with the Communists in control of North Vietnam. He was a key figure in the People's Army of Vietnam and the Việt Cộng during the Vietnam War, which lasted from 1955 to 1975. North Vietnam was victorious against South Vietnam and its allies, and Vietnam was officially unified in 1976. Saigon, the former capital of South Vietnam, was renamed Ho Chi Minh City in his honor. Ho officially stepped down from power in 1965 due to health problems and died in 1969.

    The details of Hồ Chí Minh's life before he came to power in Vietnam are uncertain. He is known to have used between 50[7]: 582  and 200 pseudonyms.[8] Information on his birth and early life is ambiguous and subject to academic debate. At least four existing official biographies vary on names, dates, places, and other hard facts while unofficial biographies vary even more widely.[9]

    Aside from being a politician, Ho was also a writer, a poet, and a journalist. He wrote several books, articles and poems in Chinese, Vietnamese and French.


    1 Early life

    1.1 First sojourn in France

    1.2 In the United States

    1.3 In Britain

    2 Political education in France

    3 In the Soviet Union and China

    4 Independence movement

    4.1 Birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

    5 Becoming president

    6 Vietnam War 7 Personal life 8 Death 9 Legacy

    9.1 Depictions of Hồ Chí Minh

    10 International 11 See also

    12 Explanatory notes

    13 References 13.1 Bibliography 14 Further reading 14.1 Essays 14.2 Biography

    14.3 Việt Minh, NLF and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

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    China's Involvement in the Vietnam War, 1964

    Chen Jian, China's Involvement in the Vietnam War, 1964-69, The China Quarterly, No. 142 (Jun., 1995), pp. 356-387

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    JOURNAL ARTICLE Chen Jian The China Quarterly

    No. 142 (Jun., 1995), pp. 356-387 (32 pages)

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