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Ho Chi Minh(hō′ chē′ mĭn′) 1890-1969.
Vietnamese leader and first president of North Vietnam (1954-1969). His army was victorious in the French Indochina War (1946-1954), and he later led North Vietnam's struggle to defeat the US-supported government in South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh died before the reunification of Vietnam (1976).
Ho Chi Minh(ˈhəʊ ˈtʃiː ˈmɪn)
(Biography) original name Nguyen That Tan. 1890–1969, Vietnamese statesman; president of North Vietnam (1954–69). He headed the Vietminh (1941), which won independence for Vietnam from the French (1954)
Ho Chi Minh(ˈhoʊ ˈtʃi ˈmɪn)
1890?–1969, president of North Vietnam 1954–69.