THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF VIETNAM LED THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE POSSIBILITY OF COUNTRY REUNIFICATION IN 1972

Nguyen Thi Le Thuy

Abstract


During the war of resistance against the US, to save the country 21 years of hardship for the Vietnamese people, the year 1972 held a particularly important position, creating a major turning point of the war with decisive victories in both South and North Vietnam, both military, political and diplomatic struggles. Due to the heavy defeat, the US imperialists were forced to return to the negotiating table, sign the Paris Agreement, end the war, and restore peace in Vietnam. With this victory, the Vietnamese army and people fulfilled President Ho Chi Minh’s instructions to “fight for the US to get out”, to “fight for the puppets to get out”, and to regain independence and reunify the country.

 

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Communist Party of Vietnam; leadership; the possibility of peace; reunification; Vietnam war

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References


Communist Party of Vietnam (2004). Complete Party Document, Volume 33 (1972), National Politics Publishing House, Hanoi.

Communist Party of Vietnam (2012). Party Document on Anti-US and National Salvation, Volume 2 (1966-1975), National Politics Publishing House, Hanoi.

Le Duan (2014). Letter to the South, National Politics Publishing House, Hanoi.

Vietnam Military History Institute (2015). History of the resistance war against the US, for national salvation 1954-1975, volume VI, VII, National Politics Publishing House, Hanoi.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v8i1.1327

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