Photos and exhibits on display

On display are 29 filed photos, and a number of historical exhibits.

The display comprises three parts. The first part, entitled “From Viet Bac to Dien Bien,” gives a brief on the nation-saving path of President Ho Chi Minh and his direction in the nine-year resistance war against the French colonialists from 1945 to 1953.

The second part, themed “President Ho Chi Minh and Dien Bien Phu Campaign,” highlights the decision of choosing Dien Bien Phu a strategic “determined-to-fight” battlefield against the French military in the 1953-1954 Winter-Spring Campaign, President Ho Chi Minh’s role in directing and mobilizing troops and people for the campaign, and his timely encouragement given to troops in the front.

Visitors to the thematic display

The third part, “Dien Bien Phu Victory to Geneva Conference,” provides moments of the Dien Bien Phu Victory, Geneva Conference with Geneva Accords which ended the war, restored peace in Vietnam and Indochinese countries as wel as praises worldwide for the Dien Bien Phu Victory and President Ho Chi Minh.

Director of the museum Vu Thi Tuyet Nga said that the display on the world-shaking Dien Bien Phu Victory and President Ho Chi Minh aims to honor the leader’s great contribution to the campaign and help viewers, especially youths, learn more about national patriotic tradition, spirit of solidarity, and troops and people’s “determination to fight.”

Mr. Diep Lan Hung shares his feelings with a reporter.

Watching the exhibits, Diep Lan Hung from Da Nang city, emphasized that the showcased photos and objects helped his family members and other visitors further understand the great credit of Uncle Ho towards the national salvation cause.

Translated by Chung Anh