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The leader of North Vietnam was Ho Chi Mihn.

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What were Ho Chi Minh's accomplishments?

He led the North Vietnamese to victory over the South Vietnamese during the civil war in Vietnam.


What led to the to the rise of the Communist government in Vietnam?

There was no rise of communism for South Vietnam (Republic of South Vietnam); they were conquered by North Vietnamese Army tanks!


Who was the North Vietnamese leader that led the invasion of South Vietnam?

NVA Gen. Giap was the supreme commander.


Who led the north and south in the Vietnam war?

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Who was the Prime Minister of North Vietnam from 1946-1969 and led North Vietnam during the Vietnam War.?

Ho Chi Minhi


Who ruled Vietnam in the Vietnam war?

In the Vietnam war, North Vietnam was lead by Ho Chi Minh and South Vietnam was led by Ngo Dinh Diem.


What event led the us in the Vietnam war?

The French Indochina War most likely led to the (so called) American Vietnam War. Because the French war divided up the country into TWO nations; North & South Vietnams. When the communist led North Vietnam attempted to take over (conquer) South Vietnam... this led to US involvment.


What was the outcome of the Second Indochina War?

The North Vietnamese (Communists under Ho Chi Minh) were victorious. American-led forces withdrew from Vietnam. Communist governments took power in Laos and Cambodia. South Vietnam was annexed to North Vietnam and the country was unified under the Communist government of Vietnam.


Who was the prime minister of north Vietnam from 1946 1969 and led north Vietnam during the war?

Ho Chi Minhi


What were the reasons for the entry of the Vietnam war?

President Lydon Johnson lied to the American People that USA Navy Destroyers had been attacked at the Gulf of Tonkin by North Vietnamese Torpedo Boats. This lie led to the Tonkin Resolution, which led to the Vietnam War, 1965 to 1975. President LBJ said that the US Navy Sailors were probably just shooting at Flying Fish, when they claimed they were attacked by North Vietnamese enemy warships. LBJ lied so he could get permission from the Congress to attack North Vietnam.


What events led to the creation of north and south Vietnam?

After the Vietnamese drove the French out of Vietnam and the US handed it back to them after WW2, Ho Chi Minh tried to get the French to stay out, but they wouldn't. THis led to a Geneva Convention in which Vietnam was to be split in two [North (Communist) and South (Democratic) Vietnam] for a period of time in which Vietnamese could choose which state they wanted to live in. At the end of this time there would be an election and the Country would turn either fully Communist or Democratic. The Americans however boycotted this for fear of spread of Communism and the second Vietnamese War was started.


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