Promote Cooperation In Sharing War Memories Between Vietnam And France

Promote Cooperation In Sharing War Memories Between Vietnam And France

This is the proposal raised by Senior Lieutenant General Hoang Xuan Chien, Member of the Party Central Committee and deputy Minister of National Defense, at a meeting with Patricia Miralles, Secretary of State in charge of Veterans and War Memories of the French Government released on May 5, in Hanoi.
Ishikawa Bunyo: Young Generation Should Learn About War To Appreciate Peace

Ishikawa Bunyo: Young Generation Should Learn About War To Appreciate Peace

On March 4, the talk show “Vietnam in the eyes of former war correspondent Ishikawa Bunyo” occurred at the Ho Chi Minh University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Journalist Wilfred Burchett - Great Friend of Vietnam

Journalist Wilfred Burchett - Great Friend of Vietnam

Australian journalist Wilfred Burchett is known as a great friend and supporter of the Vietnamese people's resistance wars against France and the US. His books and articles have had a great influence on awakening world public opinion about the war caused by the US in Vietnam and rallying them against the war.
German Journalist Publishes Book about Resistance War of Vietnamese

German Journalist Publishes Book about Resistance War of Vietnamese

The book presents a large number of writings and photos that German journalist Hellmut Kapfenberger took in the North of Vietnam, bringing readers a panorama and true picture on the resistance war of the Vietnamese people.
Vietnam News Today (Jun 2): Fresh Impetus to Vietnam – Australia Partnership

Vietnam News Today (Jun 2): Fresh Impetus to Vietnam – Australia Partnership

Vietnam News Today (Jun 2): Fresh impetus to Vietnam – Australia partnership; German journalist’s new book tells stories about Vietnam war in 1972; Vietnam Festival in Tokyo to feature vibrant activities; Petrol prices increase in latest adjustment.
Vo An Khanh - Preserving Vietnamese History Through War Photography

Vo An Khanh - Preserving Vietnamese History Through War Photography

Vo An Khanh's stunning photography demonstrates the dismay of war as well as the strength of the Vietnamese people. Although he passed earlier this year, his spirit lives on through his photos.
A Vietnam-Era Helicopter Restored by The American Legion in Ellinwood

A Vietnam-Era Helicopter Restored by The American Legion in Ellinwood

A piece of military history related to Vietnam is coming to life with a special project in a small Barton County townm in the US
US Journalist, Anti-Vietnam War Activist Victor Navasky Passes Way at 90

US Journalist, Anti-Vietnam War Activist Victor Navasky Passes Way at 90

Victor Navasky, became editor of The Nation - one of the oldest magazines in the United States - in 1978 and was its publisher emeritus until his death this week in New York.
Vietnam Requests Netflix to Stop Showing ‘Little Women’

Vietnam Requests Netflix to Stop Showing ‘Little Women’

The Department of Radio Television, and Electronic Information asked Netflix to remove the TV drama "Little Wowen" in Vietnam due to meaningful laws distortions of the Vietnam War that violates media and cinema.
Vietnam-US Cooperation on Wartime Remains in Recovery

Vietnam-US Cooperation on Wartime Remains in Recovery

Experts believe that the cooperation between Vietnam and the US in overcoming the consequences of the war is the basis for the two countries to improve their relationship.
Vietnam closely follows Afghan situation and stresses indisputable meaning of 1975 victory

Vietnam closely follows Afghan situation and stresses indisputable meaning of 1975 victory

Deputy Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pham Thu Hang said that Vietnam has closely followed the situation in Afghanistan and hoped Afghanistan to soon stabilize for the benefit of its people and peace and stability in the region.
Vietnam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27): History, Significance and Celebrations

Vietnam's War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27): History, Significance and Celebrations

War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27) in is an annual opportunity to commemorate the wounded soldiers and martyrs in Vietnam who died in the war of independence and national defense.
Five grim photos that shook the world

Five grim photos that shook the world

Amongst the most influential photos of all time voted by Times Magazine, three were taken in Vietnam. These photos have one thing in common: They are a turning point in human experiences, shaping the way we think or directly change the way we live.
Truth told about Vietnam War by an American veteran

Truth told about Vietnam War by an American veteran

"My dad criticized the Vietnam War while he was a POW. Here's what he'd tell troops today" is an article on the usatoday published on May 30, Vietnam Times would like to share the artice written by an American navy veteran Tom Wilber with his true point of view of Vietnam War.
Pains persist after Vietnam War: Immense motherhood to be mother of a mental patient

Pains persist after Vietnam War: Immense motherhood to be mother of a mental patient

A woman living in the south of Vietnam named Hue who was mentally ill due to the sequelae of Agent Orange from her father. Later, due to being abused, Hue became pregnant and gave birth. Her mother, Hoa, in addition to taking care of Hue, taking Hue's responsibility to take care of her child.
International fundraiser founded by students to heal war wounds in Vietnam

International fundraiser founded by students to heal war wounds in Vietnam

A group of the UK's Shropshire students have launched a charitable project which aims to remove unexploded ordnance (UXO) from the American war in Vietnam, local newspaper reported.
On the annivesary of Dr. Benjamin Spock's birth: Child care, Controversy and  activist against Vietnam War

On the annivesary of Dr. Benjamin Spock's birth: Child care, Controversy and activist against Vietnam War

In May we celebrate Dr. Benjamin Spock's birthday anniversary, the pediatrician whose practical book “Baby and Child Care” became the bible of American parents for two generations and whose opposition to the Vietnam War made him one of the most controversial figures of the 1960s and 1970s. 
US veteran: Vietnam is ‘the most beautiful, peaceful place in the world’

US veteran: Vietnam is ‘the most beautiful, peaceful place in the world’

Forty-five years after the fall of Saigon, U.S. veterans are returning to Vietnam to find peace — and to atone for the damage they left behind.    
US veteran sends 504 roses to commemorate 504 civilians from Son My, Quang Ngai

US veteran sends 504 roses to commemorate 504 civilians from Son My, Quang Ngai

Due to health problems and the COVID-19 pandemic, the 77-year-old US veteran Billy Kelly sent 504 roses to commemorate 504 Son My people (Quang Ngai) who were killed on March 16, 1968.    
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