The information was announced by the Thang Long - Hanoi Heritage Conservation Center on April 25.

Tanks of the Liberation Army rammed the main gate into the Independence Palace.

Accordingly, on display at the exhibition are nearly 200 documents and artifacts featuring the role of the Vietnam People's Army’s General Headquarters (D67 House and Tunnel) and the sound leadership of the Party, the State and the Ministry of National Defense in the Spring 1975 General Offensive and Uprising.

General Vo Nguyen Giap hears about the victory on April 30, 1975.

D67 House and Tunnel is seen as the historical-revolutionary relic in the history of the country’s struggle for national construction and defense. It is the place where many secret meetings of the Politburo and the Central Military Commission (CMC) took place.

General Vo Nguyen Giap and core officers in a joint photo in front of CMC’s headquarters (April 30, 1975)

Meanwhile, on the QR CODE application, the exhibition will showcase typical artifacts and biography of 24 delegates who were members of the third Politburo of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Vietnam, Permanent members of the CMC, leaders and commanders of the battlefields, and more.

A meeting at D67 House and Tunnel (the Vietnam People's Army’s General Headquarters)

The exhibition aims to give visitors a better understanding of the historical values and significance of the D67 Revolutionary House and Tunnel and the victory of the Spring 1975 General Offensive and Uprising.

The exhibition will be available from April 28 at the Thang Long Imperial Citadel at No.19 Hoang Dieu street, Ba Dinh district, Hanoi.

Translated by Song Anh