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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)
n
(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)
n.
1890?–1969, president of North Vietnam 1954–69.
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Noun1.Ho Chi Minh - Vietnamese communist statesman who fought the Japanese in World War II and the French until 1954 and South Vietnam until 1975 (1890-1969)
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Ho Chi Mihn and his North Vietnamese army defeated the French and South Vietnamese armies, which were supported by the Western-colonizing countries of the United States, Britain, and France.