The exhibition, a testament to Vietnam’s rich history, features 800 artifacts and documents across four thematic sections. It chronicles the nation’s resistance against French colonialism, showcases the military prowess of the Vietnamese, and highlights the iconic Dien Bien Phu campaign and its aftermath. The exhibition is a proud presentation of the country’s wisdom and patriotism.

Trinh Thu Thuy, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, graced the opening ceremony with her presence and remarks. She emphasized the significance of the victory at Dien Bien Phu, deeming it one of the most glorious chapters in Vietnam’s struggle against foreign aggression.

Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into Vietnam’s proud history. The exhibition will be on display until May 26th.

On March 13, 1954, the valiant Vietnamese revolutionary army launched a historic offensive against the French colonialists’ stronghold at Dien Bien Phu. This marked the beginning of a 56-day campaign that culminated in a decisive victory, ultimately leading to the signing of the Geneva Accords and bringing an end to the war in Indochina.

The triumph at Dien Bien Phu not only liberated the nation from colonial rule but also laid the foundation for the subsequent resistance war against the United States. It inspired and empowered the Vietnamese people to continue their fight for freedom, leading to the liberation of the south and the reunification of the country in 1975.