The offered artefacts include a silk-made portrait featuringPresident Ho Chi Minh and a “Dien Bien Soldier” badge awarded by UncleHo to Nguyen Tuong, a resident in Hue city, during the Dien Bien Phucampaign in 1954.
Worthy of note is a draftcovering what President Ho Chi Minh replied to queries raised by Japan’s four major newspapers about the US war in Vietnam which wasdonated by Duong Phuoc Thu, Vice Chairman of the Thua Thien-HueJournalists’ Association.
This is the museum’s thirdreception of documents and artifacts on Uncle Ho from organizations andindividuals this year, said Director of the provincial Department ofCulture, Sports and Tourism Phan Tien Dung.
As manyas 240 item were presented during the previous two series, on theoccasion of the founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Vietnam(February 2) and President Ho Chi Minh’s birthday (May 19). They includea weaving portraying Uncle Ho made by teachers and students of theVietnam University of Fine Arts, nearly 150 stamps featuring thePresident’s image, and a wooden inlay portrait of the beloved nationalleader.
Over the past years, the museum hasreceived over 12,000 precious documents and artefacts, which helpvisitors better understand about the life and revolutionary career ofUncle Ho, as well as the Vietnamese nation’s struggles forindependence.-VNA
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