On February 3rd, 2020, an opening ceremony for the exhibition of "90 years of Communist Party - The Historical milestones (3/2/1930 - 3/2/2020)" was held at The Vietnam National Museum of History (VNMH) (25 Tong Dan Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi).
The opening ceremony
Attended the ceremony, there were Prof. Dr. Luu Tran Tieu - President of the National Cultural Heritage Council; Mr. Duong Trung Quoc - Congressman, General Secretary of the Vietnam Association of Historical Sciences; Mrs. Le Thi Thu Hien - Director of Cultural Heritage Department; Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong - Director of the Vietnam National Museum of History and other important delegates.
Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong had attended a Press conference before the ceremony
Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong, Director of the VNHM spoke at the ceremony
Nearly 300 documents, artifacts and photos are exhibited, that were divided into three categories: “The formation of the Communist Party of Vietnam in 1930”, “Historical milestones (1930-2020)” and “Building strong Party organizations”.
Among the exhibits, there were many valuable documents and objects such as the book titled “Duong Kach Menh” (Revolutionary Path) written by Leader Nguyen Ai Quoc in 1927; the keepsakes of Party General Secretaries; the newspapers and leaflets of the Party before September 2, 1945.
Delegates cutting ribbon to open the exhibition
Delegates visit the exhibition
Book “Đuong Kach Menh” (Revolutionary Path) written by Leader Nguyen Ai Quoc (1927) has been recognized as one of the "Vietnam National Treasures" in 2012.
Book "Sua doi loi lam viec" (Change the way of working) written by President Ho Chi Minh, October 1947
Book "Tự chỉ trích" (Self-criticism) witten by General Secretary Nguyen Van Cu, 1939
At the ceremony, VNMH also received nearly 80 artifacts dated back to the ancient world and middle ages from Dr. Pham Dung, Lecturer from Hanoi University of Culture and Dr. Nguyen Thanh Nam, Director of Research Training - Economics - Finance Institute.
Dr. Nguyen Van Cuong, Director of the VNMH gave flowers and Certificates to dedicators
The exhibition is open to the public from February 3rd to Mid-April, 2020.
News, photos: Thu Nhuần
English: Mai An