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Việt - Lào hai nước chúng ta

Authors: Nguyen Van Khoan
Vietnam - Laos are two very close and friendly neighbors in the Indochina peninsula, sharing the Mekong river. Vietnam and Laos have a connection in the history of thousands of years of national construction and defense
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Vietnam - Laos our two countries
Vietnam - Laos are two very close and friendly neighbors in the Indochina peninsula, sharing the Mekong river. Vietnam and Laos have a connection in the history of thousands of years of national construction and defense. As a spontaneous need and gradually moving towards self-awareness, when threatened and invaded, the two nations came to and helped each other. In the 15th century, military cooperation between the Lam Son insurgent army and the Laotian tribesmen in the construction of military bases, production of weapons, equipment, and resistance against the invaders was recorded. By the 19th century, the fortunes of the two nations were tied together when there were common enemies of French colonialism. The author of this book has collected and compiled a number of scientific works on the history of the two countries and the history of Vietnam-Laos relations. The content of the book demonstrates the policy of the State of Vietnam to strengthen and develop the special solidarity relationship, comprehensive cooperation between Vietnam and Laos.

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Authors Nguyen Van Khoan
Translators N/A
Languages Vietnamese
Publisher Thong tin truyen thong
Associate Publisher Xunhasaba
ISBN/ISSN 9786048035549
Weight 0.0000
Origin Publications in Vietnam
Dimension 14.5 x 20.5
Pages 420
Year 2019
Format Paperback
Store name Export Department

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