Exhibition on "Great Spring Victory" opens

Update: 14:12 | 29/04/2020

A exhibition entitled “The Great Spring Victory 1975” opened at Ho Chi Minh Campaign Museum in Ho Chi Minh City on April 28.

The exhibition, jointly organised by the General Department of Politics of the Vietnam People's Army, the Vietnam Military History Museum, and the Department of Politics of the High Command of Military Region 7, is part of the activities to commemorate the 45th anniversary of the liberation of southern Vietnam and national reunification (April 30, 1975-2020).

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Visitors to the exhibition.

Nearly 300 objects, documents, propaganda posters and photos are on display, dating back to the country’s resistance war against the US, recalling the historic happenings and resounding victory of the General Offensive and Uprising in the spring of 1975 as well as the determination to win of the Vietnamese army and people during the period.

The exhibition aims to fuel national pride and patriotism among younger generations, thus encouraging them to work together for national construction and defence.

The event will run until August.

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Source: NDO

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