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One of the most influential communist leaders of the 20th century
One of Vietnam’s most prominent dissidents
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Communism came to Vietnam, by way of China in December 1924 when an international communist agent known as Lee Suei was sent by the Comintern to work as “secretary, translator, and interpreter” in Michail Borodin’s mission to help the Chinese Guomindang in Canton.

To cover his traces, Lee, or the future Ho Chi Minh, introduced himself to the Vietnamese revolutionaries in Canton as a Vietnamese-speaking Chinese by the name of Vuong Son Nhi, otherwise known as “Old Wang” (Wang Daren), who was only interested in helping the Vietnamese organize themselves...

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Location:  Southeast Asia
Capital:  Hanoi
Communist Rule:  1945 - Current
Status:  Under Communist Rule
Victims of Communism:
1 million