Documentary series “Vietnam in the Ho Chi Minh Era - A Television History” premiered

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NDO – The first episode of the television documentary series entitled “Vietnam in the Ho Chi Minh Era - A Television History” officially aired on February 4 on the Vietnam Television and Nhan Dan (People) Television channels.

The 90-episode series, developed and implemented by Nhan Dan Newspaper, fully and systematically reflecting the birth of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) and the development process of the Vietnamese revolution from the successful August Revolution to the present day.

The film is shown chronologically, reflecting the long-term development of the nation, the Party and the country, affirming the decisive role of the leadership of the Party and Uncle Ho, and the striving and sacrifices of the entire Party, people and army of Vietnam.

Thereby, the film contributes to educating the audience on the country’s historical traditions, the CPV’s leadership and consistent policies, and the nation’s development in each period, creating a positive spread throughout the Party and the society.

The documentary also affirms the role of the CPV and President Ho Chi Minh over the past several decades.

The screening the film series is one of the activities to mark the 90th founding anniversary of the CPV, the 75th anniversary of Vietnam’s National Day (September 2, 1945), the 130th birth anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh (May 9), and Party Congresses at all levels.

The series producers also worked with foreign archive centres in the United States, France, Russia and other countries in order to access and make use of valuable materials that will be shown for the first time to a Vietnamese audience.

The 90 episodes of the series will be broadcast until the end of March 2021.