By Văn Khánh Nguyễn (auth.)
This e-book provides study concentrating on the Vietnam Nationalist celebration (Việt Nam Quốc dân đảng) from 1927 to 1954. It elaborates at the party’s institution, political ideology and organizational constitution, the Yen Bai rebellion, the party’s downfall, and its function within the Vietnamese Revolution. Findings are awarded systematically and comprehensively, counting on authentic and unofficial, in addition to family and overseas assets, together with texts from localities and hometowns of significant figures within the association. the writer compares, contrasts and evaluates this complicated number of records in keeping with the theoretical views of clash thought, social approach idea, social structuralism and functionism, dialectic materialism and Marxist thought. it truly is crucial interpreting for Vietnamese and foreign researchers attracted to Vietnam’s political context within the early 20th century and for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Vietnam’s heritage and politics.
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The average income of a laborer was only 48 Francs, while that of a European civil servant or a trader was around 5000–6000 Francs. Laborers usually had to work with poor and primitive equipments, and virtually did everything manually. The length of working day lasted for 10–12 h, sometimes even 14 h, without any social security. ”17 Born and bred in a colonial country, apart from the similarities with international laboring class, Vietnamese laborers possessed their own characters, such as they had to suffer the trilateral oppression of the colonial rulers, capitalists, and feudal landlords; had more favorable conditions to develop a firm alliance with farmers; did not have to encounter bourgeois laborers and thus could avoid corporatism; were able to absorb Marxist–Leninism and Hồ Chí Minh ideology from the very beginning, and also inherited the national patriotic spirit, etc.
In Vietnamese political and ideological atmosphere, on books and newspapers, on news received from overseas, the Three Principles of Sun Yat Sen and Xin Hai Revolution were respectfully propagated by Vietnamese intellectuals. Leaders of Chinese Communist Party such as Sun Yat Sen, Huang Xing, and Hu Hanmin were celebrated by many Vietnamese writers. The honorable death of 72 martyrs at Huang Hua Guang spurred deep emotions within Vietnamese patriotic youth at that time. 31Hồ (1980). 24 2 The Establishment of the Vietnam Nationalist Party The May Fourth Movement (1919), cultural movements, and especially revolutionary causes from 1923 to 1925 generated deep implications for Vietnam while Vietnamese bourgeois was emerging.
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