A document and photo exhibition on late President Ho Chi Minh was opened at the ATK Dinh Hoa revolutionary base relic site in northern Thai Nguyen province on May 13.
Visitors to the exhibition held at the ATK Dinh Hoa exhibition hall in Dinh Hoa district, Thai Nguyen province (Photo: VNA)
Thai Nguyen (VNA)
document and photo exhibition on late President Ho Chi Minh was opened at the
ATK Dinh Hoa revolutionary base relic site in northern Thai Nguyen province on
The display is held in the
run up to the late leader’s 131st birthday (May 19, 1890 - 2021); 74
years since President Ho Chi Minh, the Party Central Committee, and the
Government moved to ATK Dinh Hoa to lead the resistance war against French
colonialists (May 20, 1947), and 110 years since Ho Chi Minh left the country
to seek ways for national salvation (June 5, 1911).
Outstanding items on display
include a photo of Nguyen Ai Quoc, the then name of Ho Chi Minh, and his French
comrades in 1923; a letter he sent to Jean Ajalbert, a journalist with many
articles about Vietnam on French newspapers, on August 3, 1919; and a photo of
President Ho Chi Minh and delegates to the international conference for
solidarity with the people of Vietnam against the US invasion at the
Presidential Palace on November 30, 1964.
President Ho Chi Minh (File photo)
The exhibition is designed to
give visitors an insight into the life and revolutionary career of President Ho
Chi Minh, honour his enormous contributions to the Party, the country, and the
international communist and workers’ movements, and reflect the Vietnamese
people’s gratitude to and worldwide peoples’ respect for him.
It also aims to educate the
young on the revolutionary leader’s ideology, morality, and lifestyle.
The event, organised at the
ATK Dinh Hoa exhibition hall in Dinh Hoa district, will last through June 30./.