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Yen Ngoc Do Yen Ngoc Do 1941 - 2006 Journalist
Le Minh Dao Le Minh Dao 1933 - 2020 Military General
Le Kha Phieu Le Kha Phieu 1931 - 2020 General Secretary
Anh Tho Anh Tho 1918 - 2005 poet
Don Duong Don Duong 1957 - 2011 Actor
Nguyen Van Thieu Nguyen Van Thieu 1923 - 2001 President
Thuy An Thuy An 1916 - 1989 Poet
Van Tien Dung Van Tien Dung 1917 - 2002 Military General
Pham Ngu Lao Pham Ngu Lao 1255 - 1320 Military Commander
Nguyen Trai Nguyen Trai 1380 - 1442 Scholar and Strategist
Hoang Gia Hop Hoang Gia Hop 1907 - 2009 Medical Doctor
Vu Dan Tan Vu Dan Tan 1946 - 2009 artist
Tran Vang Sao Tran Vang Sao 1941 - 2018 Poet
Huynh Sanh Thong Huynh Sanh Thong 1926 - 2008 Translator
Ton Duc Luong Ton Duc Luong 1925 - 2023 Painter
Duong Quynh Hoa Duong Quynh Hoa 1930 - 2006 Health Minister
Lam Thi My Da Lam Thi My Da 1949 - 2023 Poet
Trinh Minh The Trinh Minh The 1922 - 1955 Military Leader
Doan Thi Giau Doan Thi Giau 1898 - 1974 First Lady of North Vietnam
Tu Duyen Tu Duyen 1915 - 2012 Painter
Lam Uyen Nhi Lam Uyen Nhi 1975 - 2007 Beauty Contest Winner
Nguyen Tu Nghiem Nguyen Tu Nghiem 1918 - 2016 Painter
Phan Ke An Phan Ke An 1923 - 2018 Artist
Luong Kim Dinh Luong Kim Dinh 1914 - 1997 Philosopher
Trinh Thi Ngo Trinh Thi Ngo 1931 - 2016 Radio personality
Gia Long Gia Long 1762 - 1820 Emperor
Nguyen Van Linh Nguyen Van Linh 1915 - 1998 General Secretary of the Communist Party
Dao Thi Nguyet Minh Dao Thi Nguyet Minh 1903 - 1964 Poet
Le Quy Don Le Quy Don 1726 - 1784 encyclopedist
Thai Thanh Thai Thanh 1934 - 2020 Singer
Duong Bich Lien Duong Bich Lien 1924 - 1988 painter
Bach Diep Bach Diep 1929 - 2013 Film Director
Thich Quang Duc Thich Quang Duc 1897 - 1963 Monk
Xuan Quynh Xuan Quynh 1942 - 1988 Poet
Nam Cao Nam Cao 1915 - 1951 Writer
Cao Van Vien Cao Van Vien 1921 - 2008 Military General
Bui Xuan Phai Bui Xuan Phai 1920 - 1988 painter
Nhat Chi Mai Nhat Chi Mai 1934 - 1967 Peace Activist
Ngo Tat To Ngo Tat To 1894 - 1954 Writer
Nguyen Dinh Chieu Nguyen Dinh Chieu 1822 - 1888 Poet
Nguyen Thi Kim Nguyen Thi Kim 1917 - 2011 Sculptor
Hoang Lap Ngon Hoang Lap Ngon 1910 - 2006 Painter
Ho Xuan Huong Ho Xuan Huong 1772 - 1822 poet
Nguyen Duc Toan Nguyen Duc Toan 1929 - 2016 Composer
Bui Diem Bui Diem 1923 - 2021 Ambassador
Lebadang Lebadang 1921 - 2015 artist
Nguyen Sang Nguyen Sang 1923 - 1988 painter
Do Muoi Do Muoi 1917 - 2018 Politician
Le Duan Le Duan 1907 - 1986 Politician
Nguyen Xuan Vinh Nguyen Xuan Vinh 1930 - 2022 Aerospace Scientist
Le Van Mien Le Van Mien 1874 - 1943 painter
Nguyen Xuan Khoat Nguyen Xuan Khoat 1910 - 1993 Composer
Thuy Trang Thuy Trang 1973 - 2001 Actress
Nguyen Dinh Anh Nguyen Dinh Anh 1940 - 2016 Songwriter and pianist
Ngo Ba Thanh Ngo Ba Thanh 1931 - 2004 Lawyer, Politician, Activist
Nguyen Thi Dinh Nguyen Thi Dinh 1920 - 1992 Military General
Mai Thuc Mai Thuc 1950 - 2018 Writer, Journalist
Phan Khac Suu Phan Khac Suu 1893 - 1970 Politician
Hoang Tuy Hoang Tuy 1927 - 2019 Mathematician
Hiep Hoa Hiep Hoa 1847 - 1883 Emperor
Ngo Dinh Diem Ngo Dinh Diem 1901 - 1963 President of South Vietnam
Thich Nhat Hanh Thich Nhat Hanh 1926 - 2022 Zen Master
Tham Thuy Hang Tham Thuy Hang 1939 - 2022 Actress
Dang Thuy Tram Dang Thuy Tram 1942 - 1970 Battlefield Surgeon
Ta Ty Ta Ty 1922 - 2004 Painter and Poet
Huy Can Huy Can 1919 - 2005 Poet, Politician
Hoang Van Chi Hoang Van Chi 1913 - 1988 Author
Tran Van Hai Tran Van Hai 1927 - 1975 Military Officer
Le Luu Le Luu 1942 - 2022 Writer
Lam Phuong Lam Phuong 1937 - 2020 Songwriter
Nguyen An Nguyen An 1381 - 1453 Architect
Andre Truong Trong Thi Andre Truong Trong Thi 1936 - 2005 Computer Engineer
Le Loi Le Loi 1385 - 1433 Emperor of Vietnam
Le Thi Luu Le Thi Luu 1911 - 1988 Painter
Duc Duc Duc Duc 1852 - 1883 Emperor
Pham Duy Pham Duy 1921 - 2013 Songwriter
Hiep Thi Le Hiep Thi Le 1971 - 2017 Actress
Hang Phuong Hang Phuong 1908 - 1983 Poet
Che Lan Vien Che Lan Vien 1920 - 1989 Poet
Mong Tuyet Mong Tuyet 1914 - 2007 Poet
Ham Nghi Ham Nghi 1871 - 1944 Emperor
Ly Thuong Kiet Ly Thuong Kiet 1019 - 1105 General and Admiral
Van Den Van Den 1919 - 1988 painter
Ho Chi Minh Ho Chi Minh 1890 - 1969 President
Duy Tan Duy Tan 1900 - 1945 Emperor of Vietnam
Phan Van Khai Phan Van Khai 1933 - 2018 Prime Minister
Bui Tuong Phong Bui Tuong Phong 1942 - 1975 Computer Scientist
Nguyen Phuc Mien Dinh Nguyen Phuc Mien Dinh 1810 - 1886 Prince
Bao Dai Bao Dai 1913 - 1997 Emperor
Ho Quang Minh Ho Quang Minh 1949 - 2020 Film Director
Pham Van Dong Pham Van Dong 1906 - 2000 Prime Minister
Kim Lefevre Kim Lefevre 1935 - 2021 Writer, Translator
Francois-Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan Francois-Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan 1928 - 2002 Cardinal
Ngo Quang Truong Ngo Quang Truong 1929 - 2007 Military Officer
Kathleen Luong Kathleen Luong 1974 - 2020 Actress
Vu Minh Son Vu Minh Son 1981 - 2013 Singer
Nguyen Huu Tho Nguyen Huu Tho 1910 - 1996 Chairman of the National Assembly
Xuan Dieu Xuan Dieu 1916 - 1985 Poet
Quang Nhuong Huynh Quang Nhuong Huynh 1946 - 2001 Author
Van Chung Van Chung 1927 - 2018 Cai Luong Artist
Quang Trung Quang Trung 1753 - 1792 Emperor
Kien Phuc Kien Phuc 1869 - 1884 Emperor
An Thuyen An Thuyen 1949 - 2015 Composer, Musician
Duong Van Minh Duong Van Minh 1916 - 2001 Politician, General
Diep Minh Chau Diep Minh Chau 1919 - 2002 artist, sculptor
Phan Boi Chau Phan Boi Chau 1867 - 1940 Revolutionary Leader
Pham Van Khoa Pham Van Khoa 1913 - 1992 Film Director
Le Pho Le Pho 1907 - 2001 Painter
Tran Van Huong Tran Van Huong 1902 - 1982 Politician
Nguyen Chi Thien Nguyen Chi Thien 1939 - 2012 Poet
Ba Tung Long Ba Tung Long 1915 - 2006 Author
Madame Nhu Madame Nhu 1924 - 2011 First Lady of South Vietnam
Thich Thien-An Thich Thien-An 1925 - 1980 Zen Buddhist monk
Dao Duy Tu Dao Duy Tu 1572 - 1634 scholar, poet, mandarin
Tran Thien Khiem Tran Thien Khiem 1925 - 2021 Prime Minister
Nguyen Sa Nguyen Sa 1932 - 1998 Poet
Thanh Hai Thanh Hai 1930 - 1980 Poet
Dang Thi Nhu Dang Thi Nhu 1860 - 1910 Insurgent
Nguyen Xuan Oanh Nguyen Xuan Oanh 1921 - 2003 Economist and Politician
Ngo Vinh Long Ngo Vinh Long 1944 - 2022 Historian
Nam Sadec Nam Sadec 1907 - 1988 Actress and Singer
To Huu To Huu 1920 - 2002 Revolutionary Poet
Tran Trong Kim Tran Trong Kim 1883 - 1953 Prime Minister
Luu Trong Lu Luu Trong Lu 1911 - 1991 Poet, Playwright, Novelist
La Thoai Tan La Thoai Tan 1937 - 2008 Actor, Director
Phan Dinh Phung Phan Dinh Phung 1847 - 1896 Revolutionary Leader
Trinh Buu Hoai Trinh Buu Hoai 1952 - 2022 poet, journalist
Le Quyen Ngo Dinh Le Quyen Ngo Dinh 1959 - 2012 Commissioner of Immigration
Tam Minh Pham Tam Minh Pham 1949 - 2019 Military Officer
Truong Chinh Truong Chinh 1907 - 1988 Political leader
Dinh Tien Hoang Dinh Tien Hoang 924 - 979 Emperor
Duc Hoan Duc Hoan 1937 - 2003 Film Director and Actress
Pham Xuan An Pham Xuan An 1927 - 2006 Journalist, Spy
Le Duc Tho Le Duc Tho 1911 - 1990 Politician
Khai Dinh Khai Dinh 1885 - 1925 Emperor
Nguyen Gia Tri Nguyen Gia Tri 1908 - 1993 Lacquer painter
Nguyen Thi Thap Nguyen Thi Thap 1908 - 1996 Politician
Nguyen Van Vinh Nguyen Van Vinh 1882 - 1936 Journalist
Philippe Tran Van Hoai Philippe Tran Van Hoai 1929 - 2010 Catholic Prelate
Khuong Viet Khuong Viet 933 - 1011 Buddhist Monk
Minh Mang Minh Mang 1791 - 1841 Emperor
Charles Tran Van Lam Charles Tran Van Lam 1913 - 2001 Diplomat
Tran Van Can Tran Van Can 1910 - 1994 Painter
Vo Nguyen Giap Vo Nguyen Giap 1911 - 2013 Military General
Nguyen Khanh Nguyen Khanh 1927 - 2013 Military officer, Head of state
Dao Si Chu Dao Si Chu 1911 - 1974 Painter
Vu Giang Huong Vu Giang Huong 1930 - 2011 Painter
Duy Khanh Duy Khanh 1936 - 2003 Songwriter
Henriette Bui Quang Chieu Henriette Bui Quang Chieu 1906 - 2012 Medical Doctor
Nguyen Ngoc Loan Nguyen Ngoc Loan 1930 - 1998 Police Chief
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  • 1. Vo Nguyen Giap

    Died: 2013 A.D
    Slogan: The people's army, the people's war.

    Võ Nguyên Giáp was a Vietnamese general and revolutionary leader who played a crucial role in the Viet Minh's victory over the French at Dien Bien Phu, which marked the end of French colonialism in Southeast Asia. He was also instrumental in the North Vietnamese victory over South Vietnam and the United States. Giáp was known for his strategic military tactics and his ability to inspire his troops. Despite facing personal tragedies, including the loss of his wife and sister-in-law to the French Sûreté, he remained committed to the cause of Vietnamese independence.

  • 2. Ho Chi Minh

    Died: 1969 A.D
    Slogan: Nothing is more precious than independence and freedom.

    Ho Chi Minh, originally named Nguyen Sinh Cung and also known as Nguyen Tat Thanh and Nguyen Ai Quoc, was a Vietnamese communist revolutionary leader who was Chairman and First Secretary of the Workers' Party of Vietnam. He was also Prime Minister and President of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. He was a key figure in the foundation of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945, as well as the People's Army of Vietnam and the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. Ho Chi Minh led the Việt Minh independence movement from 1941 onward, establishing the Communist-ruled Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945 and defeating the French Union in 1954 at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu. He officially stepped down from power in 1965 due to health issues but remained a highly influential figure until his death in 1969. The establishment of the socialist republic in Vietnam is attributed to his leadership.

  • 3. Thuy Trang

    Died: 2001 A.D
    Slogan: To the power of Yellow!

    Thuy Trang was a Vietnamese-American actress, best known for her role as Trini Kwan, the original Yellow Ranger in the television series Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. Born in Saigon, South Vietnam, she faced a challenging journey to the United States with her family, settling in California. Trang pursued acting after being discovered by a talent scout, leading to her iconic role in Power Rangers. Her promising career was tragically cut short by a car accident in 2001.

  • 4. Thich Quang Duc

    Died: 1963 A.D
    Slogan: No news picture in history has generated so much emotion around the world as that one.

    Thích Quảng Đức was a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who is remembered for his act of self-immolation on June 11, 1963, in Saigon. He was protesting against the persecution of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese government led by Ngô Đình Diệm. His act of sacrifice became a symbol of the Buddhist crisis during the Vietnam War and brought global attention to the plight of Buddhists in Vietnam.

  • 5. Phan Dinh Phung

    Died: 1896 A.D
    Slogan: For the country, even if the mountains crumble and the sky falls.

    Phan Đình Phùng was a Vietnamese revolutionary who led rebel armies against French colonial forces in Vietnam. He was a prominent Confucian scholar and is celebrated as a national hero. Born into a family of mandarins, he placed first in the metropolitan imperial examinations in 1877. He rose through the ranks under Emperor Tự Đức, known for his integrity and stance against corruption. After Tự Đức's death, Phan protested against the regent's disregard for the emperor's will, leading to his brief imprisonment and exile. He later joined the Cần Vương movement to expel the French and restore independence to Vietnam. Despite the capture of Emperor Hàm Nghi, Phan continued his guerrilla campaign until his death from dysentery in 1896.

  • 6. Trinh Cong Son

    Died: 2001 A.D
    Slogan: Let the love of life be the love of your life.

    Trịnh Công Sơn was a Vietnamese musician, songwriter, painter, and poet. He is widely considered to be Vietnam's best songwriter. His music explores themes of love, loss, and anti-war sentiments during the Vietnam War, for which he was censored by both the southern Republic of Vietnam and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Many performing artists have gained popularity in their own right from covering Trịnh's songs. He was born in Buôn Ma Thuột but grew up in Huế, where he attended the Lycée Français and the Providence school. Trịnh wrote over 500 songs during the 1960s and 1970s and was influenced by American anti-war protesters. His songs about love and postwar reconciliation earned new acceptance and popularity in later years.

  • 7. Le Loi

    Died: 1433 A.D
    Slogan: Return the land to the tillers, the sea to the fishermen.

    Lê Lợi was a Vietnamese emperor and the founder of the Later Lê dynasty. He is one of the most revered heroes in Vietnamese history, known for leading the rebellion against the Ming occupation of Vietnam and restoring independence to his country. His reign marked the start of a dynasty that would last for several centuries.

  • 8. Ho Xuan Huong

    Died: 1822 A.D
    Slogan: The Queen of Nôm poetry

    Hồ Xuân Hương was a Vietnamese poet born at the end of the Lê dynasty. She grew up in an era of political and social turmoil – the time of the Tây Sơn rebellion and a three-decade civil war. She wrote poetry using chữ Nôm, which adapts Chinese characters for writing demotic Vietnamese. She is considered one of Vietnam's greatest classical poets. Her works are known for their wit and social commentary.

  • 9. Nguyen Duc Toan

    Died: 2016 A.D
    Slogan: Music is the language of the spirit that opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.

    Nguyễn Đức Toàn was a renowned Vietnamese composer and painter, born on March 10, 1929, in Hanoi. He was a Merited Artist of Vietnam and a Colonel in the Vietnamese Army. His contributions to Vietnamese music and culture were recognized with the Hồ Chí Minh Prize in 2000. He passed away on October 7, 2016, leaving behind a legacy of beloved compositions and a significant impact on the arts in Vietnam.

  • 10. Bao Dai

    Died: 1997 A.D
    Slogan: Leave the throne to serve the country

    Bảo Đại was the 13th and final emperor of the Nguyễn dynasty in Vietnam. His reign saw the tumultuous transition of Vietnam from a colony within French Indochina to an independent nation. Despite his efforts to modernize the country, his time as emperor was marked by political instability and he is often remembered as a figurehead ruler with limited power. After abdicating the throne, he spent his remaining years in exile, mostly in France, where he passed away.

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