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The Operations of Vietnam Nationalist Party from 1927 to 1929

  • Văn Khánh NguyễnEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter explores the changing activities of VNP ’s from 1927 to 1929. Most of the activities practiced by VNP followed the principle of “centralized democracy.” In addition, VNP also focused on building revolutionary forces and developing the party base system in locals of Vietnam with the active participation of diverse social classes. Furthermore, VNP tried to connect their operations with other revolutionary organizations of Vietnam at this time, but most of these efforts failed leading to the isolation of the party and their own activities in a later period. Especially, this period also witnessed the expansion of VNP’s activities by means of propaganda and training, building financial base, and terrorizing against the French colonialists to attract public attention to their organization.

Keywords

Party Member French Colonialist Solitary Confinement Secret Party Contemporary History 
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References

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© Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hanoi University of Social Sciences and HumanitiesHanoiVietnam

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