President Ho chi Minh answers President L. B. Johnson.
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President Ho chi Minh answers President L. B. Johnson. by HoМЂМ‚, ChiМЃ Minh

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Published by Foreign Languages Pub. House in Hanoi .
Written in English


  • Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975 -- Peace

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ContributionsJohnson, Lyndon B. 1908-1973., Nguyẽ̂n, Hữu Thọ, 1910-
LC ClassificationsDS557.A692 H6
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5594819M
LC Control Number68000355

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Hanoi: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1st edition. 29, 3 blank pp. /2 x /8. White printed paper wrappers. Stapled. Soiling and wear to wrappers. Previous ownership stamp to inside rear wrapper. A VG copy. Item # President Ho Chi Minh answers President L.B. Johnson. By Chí Minh H Author: Chí Minh Hồ.   In the Ho Chi Minh and Lyndon B. Johnson Letter Exchange, both President of the United States and President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam Exchange an array of emotions and tones. Lyndon B. Johnson displays a callous tone in his statements.   Lyndon B. Johnson is extremely apathetic in his letter to Ho Chi Minh. The use of first and second person, as if there is a conflict between two people is absurd. There are two countries involved and Johnson has turned it into a personal matter of “tarnishing his own reputation”.

  While there are many books, I humbly suggest three books, one of which I have read, and all were written with a tone I found neutral: Duiker, W. (). Ho Chi Minh: A Life. Hyperion Books Brocheux, P. (). Ho Chi Minh: A Biography. Cambridge U. Letter to U.S. President Truman, Janu Janu There follows substance of letter dated addressed to President Truman by Ho Chi-Minh just received by Embassy through US Army channels: he extends congratulations to President on occasion of opening of first Assembly of United Nations in London, and on efforts of American Govt to maintain peace and .   Ho Chi Minh, original name Nguyen Sinh Cung, also called Nguyen Tat Thanh or Nguyen Ai Quoc, (born , Hoang Tru, Vietnam, French Indochina—died September 2, , Hanoi, North Vietnam), founder of the Indochina Communist Party () and its successor, the Viet-Minh (), and president from to of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam). (), The first Vietnam War is between France and Vietnam because France wants to regain control of Vietnam as its colony after WWII, and France loses that war ()., Ho Chi Minh and the Vietminh Front try to seize power from the declining French, supported by Chinese troops, the war ends in the Geneva Conference of

Ho Chi Minh was the President of North Vietnam from to , Ton Duc Thong became President of North Vietnam after Ho died, and later became President of Vietnam when the war ended. * The Personal Letters Between Ho Chi Minh & President Johnson During The Vietnam War From his many years of fighting the French colonialists in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh (Ho the Bringer of Light, or "Uncle Ho" as he was called affectionately by his people) from the first adopted a strategy of attrition to win what North Vietnam termed "The American. Reponse du President Ho Chi Minh au President L.B. Johnson [Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon B Johnson, Nguyen-huu-Tho] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.   In February , Ho Chi Minh responded to a personal message from U.S. President Lyndon Johnson by announcing that the North Vietnamese would .