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Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh, regarded by many historians as one of the greater leaders of people rose from poor obscurity to lead and emancipate the people of Vietnam. Born Nguyen Sinh Cung into a mandarin family in Nghe An, Central Vietnam in 1890 , Ho's beginnings were amongst the lower class. He was educated at the Lycee Quoc-hoc, a nationalist school in Hue, founded by the Minister Ngo Dinh Kha – father of Ngo Dinh Diem who would later become the USA's puppet ruler of South Vietnam . Ho travelled the world...

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Ho Chi Minh

Through the many years of Ho Chi Minh’s leadership, Vietnam had been led into independence and unity. From an early age, he had fought long and hard to gain the independent status of Vietnam. He believed in what Vietnam deserved to have. There were many hurdles during his leadership, but he did not let any of them get in his way. Would Vietnam be the Vietnam they are today without Ho Chi Minh? This idealistic and motivated leader founded the Vietnamese Communist Party, and was also the President...

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Ho Chi Minh

Ho chi minh ¨Ho Chi Minh was born Nguyen Tat Tanh in Vietnam in 1890. His father, Nguyen Sinh Huy was a teacher employed by the French. ¨He had a reputation for being extremely intelligent but his unwillingness to learn the French language resulted in the loss of his job. To survive, Nguyen Sinh Huy was forced to travel throughout Vietnam, offering his services to the peasants. This usually involved writing letters and providing medical care. ¨As a nationalist, Nguyen taught his children to resist...

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Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh Comparison

Dierberger 4/18/11 Global History Acc Mary Foran How Were Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh Different in Their Fight for Independence? Mohandas Gandhi and Ho Chi Minh both fought against foreign rule in their country; Gandhi against the British rule in India and Ho Chi Minh against the French reign in Vietnam. However, Gandhi fought peacefully and religiously, with fasts and boycotts to gain India’s independence, while Ho Chi Minh was a Communist ruler who believed violence and a good military would force...

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Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem

 Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Sandra Jaime Devry University Gary Grimm Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Following the Geneva conference in1954, an agreement was signed to end the First Indochina war. The agreements also lead to the temporary division of the Democratic of Vietnam into two sub- countries separated along the Laotian border next to the 17th parallel. To the north was the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and its capital in Hanoi and to the south was the Republic of Vietnam...

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Basic Introduction About Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City Background Ho Chi Minh city, formerly known as Saigon, has a population of 7.163 million. It is the most populous city in Vietnam, and located on Saigon River, north of Mekong River Delta. It was once under the French Colonial Rule, and was transformed into a major port city and metropolitan centre. Large scale rural-urban migration took place during the Vietnam war, with the percentage of population residing in Ho Chi Minh city increasing from 4 percent in 1950 to nearly 6 percent...

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Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem

Question: In the context of the Vietnamese society as the course has presented it through the online textbook so far, what evaluation can be made about the leadership styles and personal examples of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem that would enable both of them to tap into the hearts and minds of the Vietnamese people and mobilize support for their initiatives? Why, in Vietnam, was personal leadership so very important? Refer to specific examples Introduction The Geneva Accords...

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: Ho Chi Minh City Is so Crowded : Causes and Effects

conveniences of big cities . Especially in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), thousands of people rush into this city each year. These people want to have better lives. However, too many people migrate to HCMC also gives many problems to the Government. Why do they leave their hometown for HCMC? What problems will they bring to HCMC. In this essay, I’ll mention about the causes and the effects of too many immigrants in this city. Ho Chi Minh city is a large and important town, it has a...

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The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem

The Leadership Styles of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem Introduction A close look at the history and background of Ho Chi Minh and Ngo Dinh Diem allows one to analyze what may have made the leadership skills of each a success or failure. Both were patriotic and wanted the same thing for their country and that was for Vietnam to remain undivided. Yet their backgrounds were quite different and may have had some influence in their ability to inspire, motivate and transmit a hope for change...

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Following Ho Chi Minh: Bui Tin

Following Ho Chi Minh: Bui Tin Bui Tin who served on the general staff of North Vietnam’s army received the unconditional surrender of South Vietnam. Tin later became the editor of Vietnam’s official newspaper, the “Peoples Daily”. Tin then immigrated to Paris after becoming disillusioned with the fruits of Vietnamese Communism. Following Ho Chi Minh allows the reader to gain valuable insight into how the North Vietnamese forces planned and executed the war, through military and psychological strategies...

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