Exhibition to spotlight patriotic emulation movements in seven decades hinh anh 1Pupils from Trung Vuong school represent those with excellent study achievements in Hanoi visit President Ho Chi Minh on his birthday on May 19, 1958 at the President Palace. (VNA file photo)
Hanoi (VNA) – Over 200 documents and objects reflecting patriotic emulation movements will be exhibited at the Vietnam National Museum of History from June 9 to August 9 as a practical activity to celebrate 75 years since President Ho Chi Minh issued an appeal for patriotic emulation (June 11, 1948 - 2023).

The patriotic emulation movements have significantly contributed to the great victories of the Vietnamese revolution over the past seven decades.

The exhibits will be showcased in three parts, introducing images related to 10 patriotic emulation congresses, President Ho Chi Minh’s attendance at patriotic emulation congresses at all levels, outstanding movements across the countries in the two resistance wars and the renewal period, as well as localities with good performance in the movements.

The event will also highlight efforts and contributions made by adolescents nationwide in patriotic emulation movements, especially those in protecting the environment.   

It aims to affirm the position, role, and effect of patriotic emulation movements in the revolutionary periods of Vietnam, which aroused the spirit of emulation among Vietnamese people to contribute to civilised and prosperous development of the country./.