Argentine media spotlights Vietnam’s August Revolution
Buenos Aires (VNA) - Several Argentine websites on August 19 ran news stories highlighting the significance of the 1945 August Revolution of Vietnam on the occasion of the 71 st anniversary of the event (August 19, 1945-2016).

With the title “Vietnam, a peaceful nation”, AcercandoNaciones’s article affirmed the August Revolution paved the way for the national liberation movement across the world.

It said the revolution was the ingenious combination between political struggle and armed fight, which had supplemented each other and were applied flexibly in various circumstances.

The article, penned by journalist Jorge Tuero, who is director of the AcercandoNaciones magazine, praised the sound leadership and right strategy taken by the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV).

Careful preparations related to politics and military along with the national unity and strength of the alliance of workers and peasants contributed to making the great victory and the birth of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on September 2, 1945, it added.

The journalist also appreciated Vietnam’s strong development, modernisation and the country’s integration efforts at present.

Meanwhile, the website of the Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CIEYS) article by Professor Oscar Natalich reviewed periods of Vietnam’s resistance war against the French colonists.

It highlighted the establishment of the Vietnam Revolutionary Youth Association in 1925, which gathered patriotic youths to promote national liberation movements nationwide, and the establishment of the CPV in 1930, which worked to expel the French colonialism, feudalism and reactionary bourgeoisies, ensure human right and gender equality, and promote education.

The article also recalled the event when late President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence on September 2, 1945 at Ba Dinh Square.

On ArgenPress, journalist Oscar Amado published chronicles of Vietnam’s history in 1954-1975, reviewing the important milestones in the country’s anti-American resistance war from 1954-1975.-VNA