National Day of our Viet Nam

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Today, the National Day of our country. On an extraordinary man who has read the Declaration of Independence, the birth of the State of Vietnam, can master their own destiny to accomplish independence, freedom and happiness

National Day of our Viet Nam

Today, the National Day of our country. On an extraordinary man who has read the Declaration of Independence, the birth of the State of Vietnam, can master their own destiny to accomplish independence, freedom and happiness

At noon on 9/2/1945, at Ba Dinh Square - Hanoi, in the mitting of over 50 thousand people and welcoming neighborhood government , President Ho Chi Minh City on behalf of the interim government read manifesto declaring independence for the people of Vietnam and the world that the country the Democratic Republic of Vietnam was born. The Declaration of Independence states:

"All the peoples of the world are born equal. Ethnicity has the right to life, the right to be happy and free ... A people who have courageously opposed French domination for more than 80 years, a people who have fought side by side with the Allies against the Fascists during these last years , people must be free, people must be independent! .... Vietnam has the right to take all spirits and forces of life and in order to safeguard the freedom and independence. "

Declaration of Independence by President Ho Chi Minh wrote that the development of that request by the peace conference in Vec-built in 1919, is the development of programs that the drafters Vietnam Minh City in 1941. it is the crystallization of basic rights and the earnest desire of the people of Vietnam and speaks hearted, heroic mettle.

The Declaration of Independence is the result of how much blood has been shed and many lives have been sacrificed by the heroic people of Vietnam in prison, in concentration camps, in the remote islands, on the machine guillotine, on the battlefield. The Declaration of Independence is the result of many exertion hope and trust of more than 20 million people of Vietnam.

I write this article not because of money . Hopefully, you will share the joy with our Vietnam!

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author avatar HacBao
I come from Viet Nam . i like watch amine . I'm not good at English, if I have the wrong advice on English grammar of your post. Hope you're prompted to gradually improve their

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author avatar Lee Hansen
2nd Sep 2014 (#)

What a wonderful honor and reason for celebration.

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author avatar HacBao
2nd Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you .Lee

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author avatar Erly
2nd Sep 2014 (#)

Your celebration is really worth to honor,,,very interesting fact.Thank you HacBao for your share.

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author avatar HacBao
3rd Sep 2014 (#)

Erly Thank you, I've seen you on my posts .

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author avatar HacBao
3rd Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you . Mike

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author avatar Retired
3rd Sep 2014 (#)

Vietnam's National Day is a proud one for the people of Vietnam.
I hope that in the not too distant future my wife and I will be able to visit your lovely country. We have seen many documentaries about Vietnam and we think it is one of the most fascinating countries in Asia.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
4th Sep 2014 (#)

Good feelings to share HacBao. I am happy for you and your country. With almost 100 million people you are one of the bigger countries that has come out of very tough times. I am happy that the past is well past and you have fully integrated with the modern world. And you are peaceful too shedding some baggage that are well left behind. Wish you well - siva

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author avatar n.c.radomes
6th Sep 2014 (#)

Your piece is worth reading for all peace-loving people. In a nutshell, the article is about the fruition or complete enjoyment of freedom of the Vietnamese from the yoke of tyranny and oppression that have enslaved them for years. In answer to your query I'm a Filipino from the Philippines, an archipelago of 7,000 plus islands.

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author avatar Laura Murray
7th Sep 2014 (#)

Thank you for sharing. I have several Vietnamese friends and none have shared this with me. I'm glad you wrote it.

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author avatar RBB1010
8th Sep 2014 (#)

Independence is a wonderful thing to be able to share of your nation and I celebrate with you, thanks.

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
11th Sep 2014 (#)

I am prejudiced because the VC in Vietnam cast such a negative light on your country following WW2. I have Vietnamese friends here in the states, but no one (in my small circle) expresses desire to return home. I do not know if the French occupation made it better or worse, whose side to be on, or who is right. I have never looked at a Vietnamese person and thought "I don't like that person's nationality." However, when I hear talk of Vietnam, I feel uneasy.

When my Papa was an American soldier in Vietnam, he used to speak French to his troops to fool the VC. He taught his limited French to me -- which I thought was funny since Mother and Grandmother understood English and German -- not French. I kept all three in my head but later got Spanish confused with French and Latin. Now I really just know phrases or words that don't translate well to English. I did pick up Japanese pretty quickly when I taught English to Japanese speakers. I would love to learn more and be more fluent in all languages, but it is tough to keep so many in my head without people to practice with regularly -- and there are only 24 hours in a day for everything else as well. If universal language was a superpower, it is the one I would want. More than flying. More than being invisible. More than being bulletproof. I want to communicate, to understand and to be understood.

In Arkansas (USA), Spanish is a necessary language. So is Marshallese. But that's only been true for the past 20 years. Before that, English was the only expected language. We do have Vietnamese people, but they mix with other Asians and Pacific Islanders and try not to draw attention to themselves. I had one Vietnamese student in an ESL class where I was the substitute teacher who used very convincing Spanish to tell me that he didn't speak English and couldn't do his homework. In broken Spanish, I asked him how he came to speak such good Spanish, and why didn't he speak Vietnamese. He said "Look around -- I'm the only one. So I became Mexican." His Spanish-speaking classmates and I were rolling with laughter. It was such a sad statement, but such a positive attitude. He did not want to be different. He did not want to be superior. He just wanted to fit in.

So while I am uncertain about my feelings toward your country, I can support your love of your country, and celebrate your cause for happiness. As n.c. put so well "your piece is worth reading for all peace-loving people."

Like Laura, I'm glad you wrote this piece, and I'm glad you shared it with us. Have a great day.

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author avatar HacBao
11th Sep 2014 (#)

You evaluate a country because few people you know.Are you proud of the country you live? Phyl Campbell .

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
16th Sep 2014 (#)

A post full of a lot of interesting facts and one of a kind information, cheers! Viva Vietnam Libre!

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author avatar Courtney
17th Sep 2014 (#)

Great information. I learned a lot from reading your article.

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