|The photo captures the moment when Vietnamese soldiers entered the capital.
HA NOI (VNS) — About sixty photographs featuring the 1954 liberation of the capital city from French are on display at the Viet Nam National Library here.
The 10-day exhibit, entitled Ha Noi-Ngay Tiep Quan (Ha Noi-Liberation Day), runs until October 16 at the Library at 31 Trang Thi Street.
The event is expected to remind the Vietnamese people of these glorious moments and rekindle their national pride.
Residents who witnessed this historical event took most of the photographs while the rest came from Vietnamese and foreign journalists.
Also on display are 50 books and 20 magazines about Ha Noi which Vietnamese and foreign authors wrote before, during and after Liberation Day. — VNS