Ho Chi Minh’s ability to seize the perfect opportunity to eliminate countries from becoming a major threat helped him to liberate Vietnam and gain support among the Vietnamese people. Ho established the Vietminh because of the inspiration he got from the Bolshevik Revolution. In 1930, after witnessing the Bolshevik revolution Ho was inspired to helped establish the Indochinese Communist Party (History). Eleven years later, after seeing how the party could contribute to his goal, he established his own league of independence formally known as the League of Independence for Vietnam, or Vietminh (Lacouture 2). The Vietminh helped him, “when Japan occupied Vietnam in 1941, he resumed contact with ICP leaders and helped to found a new Communist-dominated independence movements popularly known as the Vietminh, that fought the Japanese” (Biography of Ho). Ho Chi Minh, seeing that Japan was a huge threat to Vietnam’s independence, decided to ask for the cooperation of the Indochinese Communist party to enable him to have the opportunity to establish the Vietminh without any problems. In 1945, Japan declared that Vietnam was independent from the French and appo...
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