Ho Chi Minh

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  • Ho Chi Minh Communism

    Soviet Union, which is now Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union; welcomed Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh from the Communist nation of North Vietnam. In the Soviet Union, Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh continued his education from France about politics. It can easily be seen that an education from France and an education from the Soviet Union (pre what is now Russia), on the subject of politics is two different things, especially due to the difference between the two countries’ governments’ ideological preferences to govern their respective jurisdictions. France is a non-Communist and the Soviet Union was a Communist country. Of course, as a former student in France, it…

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  • Ho Chi Minh Dbq

    The rise of communism in the USSR and China sparked fears in the American government. The U.S. learned of a new power rising in North Vietnam under Ho Chi Minh who wanted to gain control of the South making all of Vietnam communist. Through Eisenhower’s tactics (which ran poorly) America lost many of its troops. The domino effect ran through the predecessors of Eisenhower who wanted to continue in his ways. However, each President proved that their policies were faulty and could not withstand…

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  • Ho Chi Minh Failure

    Ho Chi Minh once said, “You can kill ten of my men for every one I kill of yours, but even at those odds, you will lose and I will win.” Ho Chi Minh might have predicted the outcome of the Vietnam War. In 1955, the US came to aid the South Vietnamese in fighting and defending against the communist North. In 1975, the US lost in the Vietnam War. The communist North took over South Vietnam. The two parts combined to become the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. The United States’s involvement in the…

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  • Richard M. Nixon's Ho Chi Minh During The Vietnam War

    "A man is not finished when he is defeated. He is finished when he quits." -Richard M. Nixon The Vietnam War was also known as the Second Indochina War, from 1954 to 1975. It was a conflict between North Vietnam and South Vietnam allies Viet Cong and the government of South Vietnam and its ally United States. The main purpose of the war was to stop South Vietnam in becoming communists like the ones in the north. During that time there were powerful leaders making the decisions. Some important…

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  • Ho Chi Minh Speech Analysis

    According to the editors, this article was written by Ho Chi Minh to declare independence from France and Japan. Uniting Vietnam was Ho Chi Minh’s goal since he started the revolution. The editors believed that Ho Chi Minh’s speech helped unite Vietnam. In this article the editors used an introduction paragraph to summarize the steps leading up to Ho Chi Minh’s speech. The rest of the article was structured with the actual text that Ho Chi Minh used in his speech. The editors explained that Ho…

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  • The Ho Chi Minh Trail: The Secret War

    Ho Chi Minh trail: The secret war The Ho Chi Minh trail is widely known today because it is still a working network of roads, but it has a dark past. It was filled with secret supply trucks and bombed without public knowledge. A secret was within a war. Why was it kept secret? Because the public would have went nuts if it were exposed. It goes to show though that people will become determined enough to find out the truth even if it takes years. The Ho Chi Minh trail is actually the American name…

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  • Ho Chi Minh City Case Study

    1. Introduction Ho Chi Minh city (HCMC), like most Asian cities such as Bangkok, Jakarta, Taipei, is called motorcycle dependent city. In these cities, transport system is dominated by motorcycle. According to General Statistics Office of Vietnam (2013), the approximate population approximate of HCMC is 7.750.900. HCMC has a total administrative area of 2.095 km2. The average population density is about 3.699 in habitants per square km. HCMC population projected to reach ten million by 2020…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of A Free Country By Ho Chi Minh

    In Ho Chi Minh’s article, he states that Vietnam is an independent country. Throughout this piece he explains very thoroughly how Vietnam is independent. He uses many rhetorical devices such as repetition of parts of the declaration of independence, figurative language of how the French have mistreated them and even graphic events that happened with the country in order to separate them from the French and Japanese. This repetition allows him to beat you to death with the point that they are…

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  • Overpopulation In Ho Chi Minh City Case Study

    Solution to overpopulation in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Resettling migrants in suburban areas Imagine yourself together with three other people suffocating in one meter of land . That will be the first step for you to imagine how stifling it would be for the people who are living in Ho Chi Minh City,Vietnam. From a promising land that has high potential for full development, this metropolis has become overpopulated due to the “high level of unregistered rural migration” as well as “ the spread…

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  • Analysis Of Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange

    1. Research statement This research will investigate the similarities and differences between Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HSX) and The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), in terms of their operations and trading systems, in order to assess what HSX could learn from the NYSE’s standards, so that recommendations can be made to HSX. 2. Research questions 2.1 Research question 1: What is the historical development of Vietnamese and American Stock Markets? There are three types of information…

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