Vietnam 2016 / Hanoi

The memorial in memory of the dead of the armed uprising (communist revolution) against the French and the dead in the Second World War. The statue is dedicated to the fight for independence and freedom.
After the defeat of the Japanese in World War II in 1945, Ho Chi Minh, as leader of Việt Minh, proclaimed the Democratic Republic of Vietnam immediately after the signing of the Japanese surrender,
Various interested parties fought for control over Vietnam. On 6 January 1946, national parliamentary elections were held in Vietnam to elect a national government. The Viet Minh won the majority of the seats.
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Keith Burton said:

An impressive looking memorial............captured in awesome detail Aschi!
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Marie-claire Gallet said:

War makes vicitims on both sides all the time !! So sad !!!
6 weeks ago

Hélène Lombard said:

Bon cadrage sur ce monument mémoire !!!
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Jaap van 't Veen said:

Impressive work.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Jenny McIntyre said:

Ein sehr mächtiges Denkmal. Sie können sehen, wie modern es ist, an der Waffe in den Händen der Soldaten.
6 weeks ago ( translate )

JiPR said:

Le style soviétique importé au Vietnam...
6 weeks ago ( translate )

Armando Taborda said:

Nobody can forget!
6 weeks ago

╰☆☆June☆☆╮ said:

Good work.
◦•●◉✿ Have a great weekend, and stay safe and well.✿◉●•◦
6 weeks ago

Nicolas Mertens said:

What a piece of work!
5 weeks ago

Diane Putnam said:

Poor Vietnam, invaded so many times and still the people are warm and friendly.
5 weeks ago