Answer in Brief
State the contribution of Ho Chi Minh in the freedom of Vietnam.
- In February 1930, Ho Chi Minh brought together competing nationalist groups to establish the Vietnamese Communist Party. It was later renamed the Indo-Chinese Communist Party.
- Ho Chi Minh was inspired by the militant demonstrations of the European Communist Parties.
- In 1940, Japan occupied Vietnam, as part of its imperial drive to control Southeast Asia.
The nationalists now had a fight against the Japanese as well as the French. The League for the Independence of Vietnam (Vietnam Doc Lap Dong Minh), which came to be known as the Vietminh fought the Japanese occupation and recaptured Hanoi in September 1945.
- The Democratic Republic of Vietnam was formed and Ho Chi Minh was made the chairman.
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