Role of Headquarters of 1975 Spring General Offensive and Uprisings
The Thang Long-Hanoi Relic Conservation Centre on April 14th coordinated with the Vietnam Association of Social Sciences to organize a workshop on the role of the Headquarters of the 1975 Spring General Offensive and Uprisings.
Participants discussed three main topics. They were the position and the role the Headquaters in struggle against the US, the process of designing, constructing and operating the office of the Headquarters, and the preservation and promotion of values of historical relics at Thang Long royal citadel area, including the house and underground hideout D67.
The Headquarters served as a centralising command center where the Politburo, the Military Commission of the Party Central Committee and the General Staff of the Vietnam People's Armed Forces all worked for more than 7,000 days and nights and conducted over 1,000 meetings.
Speakers at the event also acknowledged the great contributions of Le Duan, the first General Secretary of the then Party Central Committee; General Vo Nguyen Giap, the Commander in Chief of the Vietnam People's Army; and General Van Tien Dung, Chief of Staff of the Vietnam People's Army./.
( VNF )