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On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Dien Bien Phu victory in the air (12/1972-12/2022), the thematic exhibition titled "Blood and Flowers - Hanoi 12 days and nights" was launched at the Vietnam National Museum of History (VNMH) on the morning of November 16, 2022. It held by the Vietnam National Museum of History collaboration with theArchives of the Office of the Party Central Committee.

 

Panorama of the opening ceremony
 
Delegates attending the opening ceremony
 
Dr. Nguyen Van Doan - Director of VNMH giving a speech at the opening ceremony 
Participants of the opening ceremony included Mr. Bui Van Thach - Deputy Chief of Office of the Party Central Committee; Prof. Dr. Luu Tran Tieu - Chairman of the National Council of Cultural Heritage; Mr. Nguyen Tuan Linh - Standing Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism; Mr. Pham Dinh Phong - Deputy Director of the Department of Cultural Heritage (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism); Prof. Dr. Pham Mai Hung - Vice President of Vietnam Association of Historical Science;  Mr. Hoang Anh Tuan - Director of the Archives of the Office of the Party Central Committee; Assoc.Prof.Dr. Do Van Tru - Chairman of Vietnam Cultural Heritage Association; Mr. Philippe Le Failler - Representative of the French School of the Far East in Ha Noi; Dr. Nguyen Van Doan - Director of VNMN, representatives of museums and news agencies in Hanoi. 
 
Delegates in ribbon cutting ceremony
 
 
Delegates visiting the exhibition
The exhibition introduces more than 200 documents, photos and objects expressing the daily life and the fighting spirit of Hanoi’s army and people in 12 days and nights when the capital of Hanoi was fiercely bombarded by the US Air Force at the end of 1972. The exhibition conveys not only historical events but also experience, emotions and historical memories with straw hats or shelters to help the public, especially the young generation understand more about the life and resilient struggles of Hanoians in this campaign.
This was a victory gained by blood, sacrifice, fighting spirit, gallantry in combat and adept strategies of our Party and military. The exhibition also mentions the stories of the museum staffs who kept collecting the objects related to the resistance war during the difficult circumstances of the battle, and thanks to that, we have these objects on display today.
 
Visitors at the exhibition
The exhibition will be opened to the public until April 2023 at 25 Tong Dan Str., Hoan Kiem Dist., Hanoi.

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