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Ho Chi Minh

Born: 1890-05-19 - Died: 1969-09-02
Cause of Death:
Heart Failure

Death Summary: He died on September 2, 1969 in Hanoi, north Vietnam. He was 79.

Who was Ho Chi Minh : A Vietnamese communist, he formed the Vietminh, a Communist organization, to fight against the Japanese in world war II. In 1945 he announced the formation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, and continued the fight against foreign occupation, this time by the french, the prewar colonial power. Fighting continued until 1954 when the french were defeated in Dien Bien Phu, causing the french to retire. In 1955 he became the president of the D.R. of Vietnam (north Vietnam) and began the fight to unify north and south Vietnam, first against the south Vietnamese generals, then against the United States. In 1975 South Vietnam surrendered, Vietnam was united and its capital, Saigon, was named after him as "Ho Chi Minh City".
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  1. jennifer nguyen Says:

    you are a good and geat person!

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  3. samuel w blacklock Says:

    while i fought against you, you were right about the vietnam war after all

  4. jimmy Says:

    u are great, but u died

  5. sr71 blackbird Says:

    you fucking suck

  6. Jaime Garcia Says:

    As a cadet @ USMA I studied your beliefs. It was such a shame Allen Foster Dulles adamantly refused to deal with you because of your political beliefs. A bigger shame was that when we won the Battle of Ia Drang in 1965—-because that victory which was based upon our air power led Johnson & Co. to escalate the war. It just dragged the war out—-but the results were as you said they would be before you died.

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  8. Shey Says:

    You are an amazing inspiration

  9. kili Says:

    ur an ediot

  10. $SATAN$ Says:

    Hồ Chí Minh Ilove you

  11. Bobby Thomas Says:

    I was stationed in South Vietnam on four different times and enjoyed each and every tour. I hope to return for a visit one of these days before I get to much older. Great country with wonderful people.


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    Why do you have this dumb thing?? Aren’t you dead?!

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  16. homey the clown Says:

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