Exhibition introduces President Ho Chi Minh’s signatures, autographs in 1945-1969 period

Cutting ribbon to open the exhibition (Source: CPV)

The exhibition is held to introduce a collection of signatures and writings of President Ho Chi Minh in the 1945 to 1969 period in celebration of the 133th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh’s birth (May 19).

Do Hoang Linh, deputy director in charge of the President Ho Chi Minh relic site at the Presidential Palace, said that on display are more than 200 original orders and decrees selected from more than 1,400 archived documents with autographs, as well as nearly 80 file photos illustrating the historical period from 1945 to 1969, during which Ho Chi Minh served as head of State.

Signature collection of President Ho Chi Minh from 1945 to 1969 (Source: CPV)

According to VOV, Dang Thanh Tung, director of the State Archives and Records Department, said that many decrees with handwritten autographs or signatures of President Ho Chi Minh being showcased this time are evidence of his ingenious and wise leadership role during the early years of building the administration. In addition, it shows his key role in the resistance war to safeguard national independence such as the President's appeal for national resistance on December 19, 1946, and his writings calling for national patriotic emulation in 1948./.


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