Baton, used by President Ho Chi Minh to conduct “Ket Doan” (Unity) at the Hanoi Botanical Gardens on the evening of 19 September 1960.
Bailing basket, used by President Ho Chi Minh in drought prevention work with farmers of Ta Thanh Oai village (Dai Thanh commune, Thanh Tri district, Ha Tay province (now Hanoi), 12 January 1958.
Road construction tools (hoe heads, picks, hoes, shovels) used by the 10 female service martyrs of the Vietnam Youth Volunteer Brigade who died in action levelling craters at Dong Loc Junction, Nghi Xuan district, Ha Tinh province on 24 July 1968. These youthful war heroines are still revered as embodiments of national will and spirit, and the dedication of the thousands of young Vietnamese who served the cause of national liberation as Ho Chi Minh Trail road clearance volunteers during the anti-US Resistance War.
Straw helmet, used by militia of Hoang Truong commune, Hoang Hoa district, Thanh Hoa province in the anti-US resistance war, 1965-1972.
Saw, used by people of Dinh Thuy commune, Mo Cay district, Ben Tre province in the Dong Khoi campaign, 1960.
Bell, used by people of Thuan Dien commune, Giong Trom district, Ben Tre province in the Dong Khoi campaign, 1960.
The flag “Đi là chiến thắng, đánh là diệt gọn” (once we go we win, once we fight, we annihilate) with the signatures of 182 cadres and soldiers of Division II of Liberation Army Inter-Regions V, flown from the flagpole of Da Nang city in the Tet Offensive and Uprising, 10 January 1968.
Mandolin, used by Heroic martyr Nguyen Van Troi. The mandolin was a gift sent to him in prison by his wife Mrs. Phan Thi Quyen. After his death, the mandolin was donated by the representative of the Permanent National Front for the Liberation of South Vietnam in the North to the National Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution (now the Vietnam National Museum of History) on 14 October 1967.