Comprehensive resistance policy – key factor for Dien Bien Phu Victory Politics

Comprehensive resistance policy – key factor for Dien Bien Phu Victory

The Dien Bien Phu Victory on May 7, 1954 is the result of many factors, with the decisive one being the Party’s comprehensive resistance policy that covers all aspects of military, politics, economy, trade, culture, education and diplomacy, creating a synergy strength to defeat the enemy and make a victory that “resounded throughout the five continents and was world-shaking”.
State leader pays working visit to Military Region 1 Politics

State leader pays working visit to Military Region 1

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Chairman of the Defence - Security Council and Commander of the people’s armed forces, paid a working visit to Military Region 1’s headquarters in the northern province of Thai Nguyen on April 25.
Remains of martyrs reburied in Dien Bien Society

Remains of martyrs reburied in Dien Bien

A memorial and reburial service was held in the northern province of Dien Bien on December 19 to rebury the remains of two Vietnamese soldiers who laid down their lives during the Dien Bien Phu campaign in 1954.
Legendary General Vo Nguyen Giap Society

Legendary General Vo Nguyen Giap

General Vo Nguyen Giap (1911-2013) was a loyal revolutionary soldier, an excellent and close disciple of President Ho Chi Minh, and the “eldest brother” of the Vietnam People’s Army. He was also a remarkable contributor to the revolutionary cause of the Party and the country, and an exemplary and prestigious leader of the Party, State, people, and army.
Exhibition honours Vietnam’s legendary general Videos

Exhibition honours Vietnam’s legendary general

An exhibition featuring the life and works of late General Vo Nguyen Giap opened on August 20 to mark his 110th birthday (August 25). The event is to honour the legendary general’s great contributions to the national liberation cause.
Russian scholars praise Dien Bien Phu victory Society

Russian scholars praise Dien Bien Phu victory

Russian scholars have congratulated Vietnam on its historic victory in the Dien Bien Phu campaign on the occasion of its 67th anniversary on May 7, saying it was the most important battle in the first Indochina War.
President Ho Chi Minh and the Dien Bien Phu Campaign Society

President Ho Chi Minh and the Dien Bien Phu Campaign

President Ho Chi Minh was the supreme commander of the historic Dien Bien Phu Campaign. Throughout the campaign, he chaired and attended many meetings of the Politburo to assess the situation on the battlefield and give instructions to the battling forces. He did this not only at Dien Bien Phu, but on other battlegrounds across the country to gain the victory at Dien Bien Phu.
Looking back on Dien Bien Phu Campaign Society

Looking back on Dien Bien Phu Campaign

In 1953, eight years after reinvading Indochina, despite having mobilised huge economic and military resources, the French colonialists failed to achieve their purpose of destroying the revolutionary government and resistance forces to reestablish their rule throughout Indochina. On the contrary, they suffered heavy losses: 390,000 troops.
Exhibition spotlights Dien Bien Phu victory Videos

Exhibition spotlights Dien Bien Phu victory

An exhibition on the Dien Bien Phu campaign and victory is underway in Hanoi. The event is part of the activities to celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu victory in 1954.