Why ho chi mi of Vietnam installed statue of chhatrapatil shivaji in Vietnam?
In Vietnam War
while vietnam is in war with america, vietnam soldiers used learn guerilla tactics by studying shivaji maharaj. shivaji maharaj used guerrilla tactics against huge moghal empire. Same way vietnam is in war with giant america, vietnami soldiers gets inspired from shivaji's example...
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Upon Ho Chi Minh's death in 1969, Mr. Le Duan (1907-1986) assumed leadership of North Vietnam; as the General Secretary of the Communist Party, until his death in 1986.
Answer . By telling both regions a inspiring communist ideology.. < possibly?. Answer: . By using our media against us. Also most of the so called civilians in the south that followed this man were actually planted there by the North to teach the communist ideology to students and others in the… south that would listen to help build up a rebellion in South Vietnam. Then then he died Ho Chi Minh was the leader of Viet Minh and fought against alloutside countries that looked to occupy Vietnam. He led NorthVietnam against South Vietnam and the United States in the VietnamWar in an effort to remove the States from Vietnam. ( Full Answer )
There were only two OTHER ways to keep men and material flowing into South Vietnam to continue the communist war effort. One, was to cross directly south across the 17th parallel, known as the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone). That would have resulted in complete destruction for the communists as that was a…ll in the open and zero'd in with all known weapons. The second way, was to re-supply by sea; and the US Navy CONTROLLED the sea!. The Ho Chi Minh trail was the best, and probably the only way. ( Full Answer )
Ho Chi Minh wanted NO foreign countries in Vietnam. He would accept MATERIAL assistance, possibly some advisers (on a limited basis), but after FRANCE departed, no more foreign countries would be allowed in Vietnam.. Ho Chi Minh's battles were for the purpose of ousting the French and the US, and r…e-uniting the south and the north Vietnams into ONE country. If he had to do it with Soviet and Red Chinese material assistance, he would do it, and he did. ( Full Answer )
For the younger generation back then, Ho Chi Minh had been a founder of the communist party in North Vietnam & a "Hero" & victor against the French.
His two main goals were to unify North and South Vietnam to bring it back to one nation the way it was before it was divided by the colonial powers, and then to make all of Vietnam communist.. To prevent French colonialism
What were Ho Chi Minh's views on Vietnam and communism and the South Vietnamese and America's involvement in the war?
"Uncle Ho", as GI's referred to him, was a communist, and was very adamant on NOT allowing any more foreigners in Vietnam, this included his superpower communist allies the Red Chinese and Soviet Union; Ho Chi Minh had spent 10 years expelling the French, no other nation was going to be allowed to g…ain a foot hold in his country; FRIEND or Foe.. He believed the south was part of the north, and that the US was no different than any other foreigner who had no business being in Vietnam; communist or not (Cold War or not). ( Full Answer )
Ho Chi Minh was the communist guerrilla leader of the Vietminh league against France. When the French were defeated, Ho became president.
The statement is true. The North Vietnamese Army occupied the Presidential Palace in Saigon in April, 1975. Their first official act was to rename the city after former North Vietnam President Ho Chi Minh. Locals today still call the city Sai Gon. The airport three-letter designator remains SGN to t…his day. ( Full Answer )
See website: Ho Chi Minh; and check the references that are normally listed on those sites. And be advised, rumors are popular with famous people; examples:. 1. Elvis Presley is still alive.. 2. Jesse James was never assassinated, he lived to be an old man, living under an assumed name somewhere i…n the US.. 3. The Wild Bunch (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) were never killed in South America (they lived to a ripe old age living under assumed names somewhere in the US).. There are legends, and then there are facts: People prefer to believe in the legends. ( Full Answer )
Ho Chi Minh won support in North Vietnam despite his repressive regime by putting out popular nationalist propaganda that he was running in the media all the time.
CHICOM (Chinese Communist) AK-47s, and other small arms, MiG-19 (J6 versions)/trained North Vietnamese pilots in Red China; and other military equipment were supplied by Red China. USSR trained MiG-17 & MiG-21 North Vietnamese pilots in the Soviet Union, as well as supplying the jets. T54/55 medium …tanks were supplied by USSR/Red China. ( Full Answer )
It is actually Hanoi, but it use to be Ho Chi Minh City until after the Vietnam War. (or Saigon).
If Long An is in the old III Corp area (the old Military Region (MR) III) then it's within 50 miles of Saigon from any direction. Saigon was in III Corps. The Delta was IV Corps; Highlands II Corps, and Da Nang/Hue/Phu Bai/Quang Tri/Dong Ha was I Corps.
He studied it, and became a communist on or about 1922. Like anybody that believes in anything...people believe in what ever they want to believe in...it's still happening today...instead of communism, now it's something else. Prior to the automobile, people had horse and buggys...now it's cars...ti…mes change. ( Full Answer )
Vietnam does not use ZIP codes (Zone Improvement Plan), which are exclusive to USPS of the United States. However, the postal code for Ho Chi Minh City is in the range of 70xxxx to 76xxxx , depending on the specific area within the city.
Yes there is a statue located in Vietnam of Chathrapati ShivajiMaharaja. The statue is located in the capital of Vietnam.
Yes there is a Statue of Chathrapathi Shivaji Maharajah in HO CHI MI of Vietnam. They installed it as a tribute to the great King of India. During the Vietnam War they used to study the guerrilla war tactics from the style of Shivaji
One of Ho Chi Minh's heroes was George Washington, and he wanted to be the George Washington of his country, driving out the colonializing French. He first approached the American government, writing the President to ask for help in liberating his country. He got no response, or even an acknowledgem…ent, from the Americans, so he approached the Communists. He probably found the American support of his enemies ironic, and disappointing. ( Full Answer )
The former Saigon is located between the 15th parallel and the Equator; most of the territory positioned in those zones, Central America included, are considered tropical in climate.
What would have happened if the US had supported the government Ho Chi Minh established in Vietnam in 1945?
Ho Chi Minh certainly would have welcomed US jets, tanks, guns, small arms, trucks, ammunition, food, spare parts, engineer assets, etc. But rest assured, no US Soldier, Marine, Airmen, or Sailor would've been allowed to set foot on North Vietnamese soil! (With the exceptions of technicians/adviser…s of course) The Vietnamese (both north & south) had already had an "ear full" of foreigners controlling their lands; Uncle Ho wouldn't tolerate it again, but the south...had "other needs" (capitalism/and monetary growth). The South would (and did) accept both material and men into their country. . The second half of the answer would be, the North would defeat the South, irregardless of US help. The Northerners were a VERY determined foe; Southerners were determined, but NOT as much as the Northerners where! ( Full Answer )
In 1861, the French seized control of Saigon and the rest of the south by 1867. They took control of the north by 1883. In 1940-41, the Japanese advanced into and took control of Northern and Southern French Indochina, as France had been defeated by Germany at that time. It was during this period, t…hat the Allies defeated Japan in WWII. The British and Chinese accepted the surrender of the Japanese in Vietnam and the French reentered the area and took over control again. Ho Chi Minh, a Vietnamese Communist, returned to Vietnam from China and headed a Revolutionary League to regain independence for Vietnam. In 1945, he proclaimed the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. On December 19, 1946, Vietminh forces attacked the French in Hanoi and the Indochina War, also known as the Vietminh War, began. In 1954, the Vietminh defeated the French at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, and the nation was temporarily divided into two sections, north and south. The people of the south chose Ngo Dinh Diem as their ruler and Ho continued to rule the north. Diem refused to go along with the planned elections in 1956 to unite the nation, because he knew he would lose, so the Vietminh members in the south created the Viet Cong and the war between north and south for control of the country began. ( Full Answer )
Hanoi is the capital. Saigon is the former capital of SOUTH Vietnam and was re-named Ho Chi Minh city; deservedly so, as those fellas suffered horrendously under the impact of US firepower during the war...but Saigon sounds better.
They simply believed he was good for their nation; just as American's loved FDR during WWII, or Britain loved Churchill, etc.
The actions of France inspired Ho Chi Minh to challenge their authority in Vietnam. Their treatment of Vietnam as a colonial power combined with Ho Chi Minh's western education to create a powerful anti-imperial leader who succeeded in ending European control of Vietnam.
He died in '69 in Hanoi. Either natural causes or a B-52 strike (GI rumors).
What was the name of the actress who went to visit a prisoner of war camp in North Vietnam and had dinner with Ho Chi Minh?
Jane Fonda (Hanoi Jane); Unknown whether she dined with Uncle Ho or not, or visited POW camps.
What actress went to visit a prisoner of war camp in North Vietnam and had dinner with Ho Chi Minh during the Vietnam War?
What is known, is that actress Jane Fonda went to N. Vietnam and was photographed sitting on a North Viet anti-aircraft gun, (allegedly cheering on the AAA crews as they shot at US jets over-head; although this may have been a form of embellishment as the story & photograph was spread around thru-ou…t the nation). However, the picture itself was printed on the front pages of newspapers. Known from then on as "Hanoi Jane", talk was ripe about bringing her up on "treason" and "aiding the enemy." But she was saved, as no declaration of war had been signed between the warring nations (US vs N. Vietnam). If there had been a formal declaration of war signed, "Hanoi Jane" might very well have been brought up on charges. Note: WWII was America's last formally declared war. Atomic weapons have effectively negated "declared wars" as they infer "total war"; and total war implies the use of all weapons in order to win the war. All weapons would mean nuclear war. ( Full Answer )
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam does not use postal codes. Rather, thecity is split into districts and each district has an individualcode. The code for District 1 is 70,000.
Ho Chi Minh was with the Communist party. Ngo Dinh Diem was anationalist and pro-western. Both had been educated abroad.
Assuming you're referring to the Viet Minh during the Second World War, the United States was the primary supplier. If you're referring to the expulsion of the French, the Soviet Union and China were the primary backers of that.
One way in which AtatÃ¼rk of Turkey and Ho Chi Minh of Vietnam aresimilar is that they both led nationalist movements in theircountries.
He was not initially replaced as president, but a "collective leadership" forming up of several ministers and military leaders took control of North Vietnam to continue his goal of conquering South Vietnam to unite it under Há»'s founding government. TÃ´n Äá»©c Tháº¯ng (August 20, …1888 - March 30, 1980) was the second and final President of North Vietnam and the first President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. He served as President, initially of North Vietnam from September 2, 1969, and later of the united Vietnam until his death. He was a key Vietnamese nationalist and Communist political figure, was Chairman of the National Assembly's Standing Committee 1955-1960 and served as the Vice President to Há» ChÃ Minh from 1960 to 1969. At the age of 91, he was the oldest ever president of a country. He was succeeded by one of his vice presidents, Nguyá» n Há»¯u Thá». Even though Tháº¯ng had been the first president of the reunited Socialist Republic of Vietnam, he has not attained the same reverence as his predecessor, Há» ChÃ Minh, had received from the Vietnamese people. Tháº¯ng served as the nation's leader during the pivotal time when North Vietnam and South Vietnam were reunified as one. Many people had left Tháº¯ng's Vietnam and became boat people in fears of Tháº¯ng's rule over the country, and the potential destruction that he could cause. Notes Contents [hide] ( Full Answer )
The USA gave aid to Ho Chi Minh, and other people, when the Allies fought the Japanese who were in Vietnam in the Second World War. The way the USA gave support to almost anyone who fought against the Axis powers in WWII.
Yes. Many locals still refer to it as Saigon, though, and the airport code is SGN.
"Dangerous" might not be the right word for a politician, Ho was simply a determined leader.
Having lived his whole life under the control of a European power(s), Ho was determined to oust and, once that was achieved, never again allow any foreign power to gain a foot hold in Vietnam, this would also include the USSR & Red China later (at the time in 1946 there was no N & S vietnam). Once …France had been expelled in 1954, Ho was not pleased that two countries would be created instead of just one "Vietnam." He believed that this again was the work of foreigners and that it would allow foreign influence to remain on Southeast Asian soil (another words foreigners would not be gone after all! They'd still be in Indochina, but this time would be using South Vietnam as a proxy), in this case southern Vietnam...to be named the "Republic of South Vietnam" to be exact. Ho Chi Minh & the Viet Minh had battled France to be rid of not only them, but any foreigner. Until the nation (N & S) was united, under his "communist rule", he believed foreign influence would always be on the wings...just waiting for another moment to spread across his land again (this time even into the newly established North Vietnam). Consequently, the solution was simple: Reunification. And if it took another war to do it, then so be it. ( Full Answer )
Ho Chi Minh is a terrible leader and a dictator. He brought Communism to Vietnam, killed about 200.000 people in "cai cach ruong dat"; killed thousands of people in Tet offensive 1968, killed at least 5000 people in Hue's holocaust, etc. Not much people know the truth about him and they are seeing h…im as an idol. They said he is a Saint, i said he is a Liar, a Dictator, a Murderer and an unfaithful man with his wife, Tang Thuyet Minh and Nguyen Thi Nam (being killed in Cai cach ruong dat). ( Full Answer )
American Dollars are accepted almost universally in Vietnam, especially in the major cities. The ATM machines in HCMC (SaiGon) actually dispense Dollars or Dong! It is better to use Dong, however, to avoid 'poor math' on the exchange rate.
Capitalist expansionists. Trying to make the RVN (Republic of South Vietnam) a clone capitalistic society. Which would be correct since communism is the opposite of capitalism.
What became of American efforts to prevent Ho Chi Minh from taking over the country of Vietnam and reuniting it as on country?
The war in Vietnam was unsuccessful. But it halted the Communist advance in South East Asia. Without the Vietnam war, the entire south east asia would be red with blood.
Not true. Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon until April, 1975) was the South Vietnam capital before the country was unified.
yes, in 1945 Ho chi minh was one of the lead founders of communism in Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh wanted to add South Vietnam to North Vietnam. Over a number of years he built a series of roads and underground caves in preparation for his army to fight to conquer South Vietnam. Then the United States sent an army to prevent him from conquering South Vietnam. Eventually, the Americans… decided they could not win and had no desire to continue to have solders killed so they left South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh never hated America. Instead he wanted South Vietnam and America was in the way. ( Full Answer )
ho chi minh used the guerilla warfare technique for his fight which was first introduced by great maratha empirer chhatrapati shivaji maharaj in 17th century ain India. also I read in one article that there are the words carved on the ho chi minh's grave like 'the soldier of chhatrapati shivaji maha…raj is resting here in peace' !! ( Full Answer )
The distance between the above two places is 8502 miles. This is an approximate direct distance. Also this distance might change if a different flight route is chosen.
The peace conference that took place after the French were defeatedby Ho Chi Minh produced the Geneva Accords. This was when Vietnamwas officially divided into North and South Vietnam.
What are the release dates for House Hunters International - 2006 Traditional Styled Homes in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam - 19.8?
House Hunters International - 2006 Traditional Styled Homes in Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam - 19.8 was released on: USA: 2 December 2010
The telephone country code for Vietnam is +84. The area code for HoChi Minh City is 08, or +84 8 in international format.
He was the president of North Vietnam, and had overall directionof the invasion of South Vietnam by the North Vietnam forces whichwere supplied by Soviet Russia, and to a lesser extent, China.