Themed “Dien Bien Phu - The Immortal Spirit,” the event is part of the activities to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory (May 7) and the signing of the Geneva Accords on ending the war and restoring peace in Indochina on July 21, 1954.

Vietnamese soldiers attack a site in the North of Muong Thanh Airfield during the Dien Bien Phu Campaign. (A filed photo)


All of the exhibits demonstrate the strength of the great national solidarity, the clear-sighted leadership of the Party and the growth of the military, which are seen as locomotives for the nation’s renewal, international integration, and development.

Running until June, the exhibition is expected to provide people from all walks of life, particularly youth, with an insight into the contribution of locals and soldiers to the historical victory, and the nation’s revolutionary tradition.

On the occasion, the museum will join hands with the Vietnam National Authority of Tourism's Information Technology Center to launch an e-ticket system, helping improve service quality.

Source: VNA