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Ho Chi Minh and Vietnam

Summary: Ho Chi Minh succeeded in transforming Vietnam into an independent nation under communist rule because he was looked at not as royalty but instead as an everyday man, enticing many ordinary people to follow him and his beliefs.
Ho Chi Minh, Politics, and North Vietnam

North Vietnam, September 2, 1945, Ho Chi Minh declared independence from France. Ho Chi Minh's "Independence Day" was marked with a new constitution and a new name, The Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Ho's speech on the day of Vietnamese Independence was one of freedom, freedom against French domination. Inspiration of Ho's speech was one from American history and history has a tendency to repeat itself. Like the very past of America and Europe, French rule did not grant Vietnamese Independence and war broke out.

Ho grew up knowing at the young age of fifteen that the French were only in Vietnam to attack Indo-china once power was established, even though he was still young he told students at his school of the French plans and tried to convince them to join the revolutionist cause. Ho started his quest for Vietnamese...

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