Vietnamese Communism, 1925–1945

Vietnamese Communism, 1925–1945

Hyunh Kim Khanh
From a cell of nine men in 1925, the Vietnamese Communists grew by December 1976 into a massive party with over 1.5 million members and the organizational and military capabilities to defeat the United States. What factors account for the outstanding success of the Indochinese Communist Party? In this book, Huynh Kim Khánh traces the Vietnamese Communist movement from its inception as a radical youth group founded by Ho Chi Minh (then Nguyen Ai Quoc) to its half-planned, half-accidental victory in 1945.

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Interdisciplinary Studies : Asian Studies
History : History / Asia
Political Science : Political Science / Comparative Politics

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