Exhibition on Uncle Ho relics in Van Phuc village

Friday, 2016-12-16 11:43:38
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Exhibition on Uncle Ho relics in Van Phuc village
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NDO – More than 100 photos and documents on relics related to Uncle Ho are on display at an exhibition which opened at the site where Uncle Ho wrote “the Call for national resistance” in Van Phuc village, Ha Dong district on December 19, 1946.

The exhibition is divided into three topics, including Hanoi in times of danger; President Ho Chi Minh lives, works and writes “the Call for national resistance” at Van Phuc village; Hanoians respond to “the Call for national resistance” of President Ho Chi Minh.

The exhibition is being held by Hanoi City Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the National Resistance Day (December 19).

Those publications not only show the great value of “the Call for National Resistance” of President Ho Chi Minh, but also introduce historical experiences and lessons about patriotism and national will of independence, as well as aspirations of the Vietnamese people for peace.

The exhibition will help people, the youth in particular, to learn more about national resistance and the role it has played in the nation’s history.

The exhibition, themed The Grandiose Song of Winter 1946, is also expected to inspire patriotism among the youth.