the ho chi minh trail was 800 miles long
The North Vietnamese Army had been using the Ho Chi Minh trail as early as 1959.
The main part of the Ho Chi Minh trail covered 450 miles. The trail was logistical system.
After the Vietnam war ended, many Cuban engineers & builders worked on bridges along the Ho Chi Minh trail.
NVA and their engineers (laborers).
Enemy men and supplies.
he used this to this to transport supplies.
It was used as a supply route .
See: Biography on Ho Chi Minh.
Police Story - 1973 The Ho Chi Minh Trail 1-5 was released on: USA: 6 November 1973 Police Story - 1973 The Ho Chi Minh Trail - 1.5 was released on: USA: 6 November 1973
Flight time from Singapore to Ho Chi Minh is 2 hours
The Ho Chi Minh trail.
through the ho chi minh trail.
it was actually ho chi minh herself
Ho Chi Minh does nothing. He died in 1969
The Ho Chi Minh trail stayed in use, but was no longer really needed by 1975; NVA forces simply steam rolled across the DMZ during their final offensive.
See website: Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh had a Communist government.
The Ho Chi Min trail has no relevance to WWII or to Japan. It was the trail through the jungle that allowed Ho Chi Min's troops (AKA the North Vietnamese) to resupply their forces in South Viet Nam.
The Ho Chi Minh Trail was a ROAD NETWORK, leading from North Vietnam, south through the neutral country of Laos, into South Vietnam. Portions of the trail may have been "supported" by bases in the neutral country of Cambodia.
Infiltration route (Ho Chi Minh Trail).
Yes, parts of it were bombed.
Ho Chi Minh is located on the continent of Asia.
The population of Ho Chi Minh City is 7,396,446.
Ho Chi Minh City was created in 1976.
If you mean the city of Ho Chi Minh, it's in Vietnam. If you mean the ruler Ho Chi Minh, he was born in Vietnam and he died in Vietnam.