The contribution of Ho Chi Minh in the freedom movement:
1. Ho Chi Minh was inspired by the militant demonstrations in Europe by communist parties. In 1930, he established the Vietnamese Communist Party by bringing together various nationalist groups.
2. In 1945, Vietminh freed Hanoi from Japanese occupation. This led to the formation of Democratic Republic of Vietnam of which Ho Chi Minh became the Chairman.
3. When Vietnam was split after negotiations in Geneva, Ho Chi Minh and the communists took power in North. They supported the National Liberation Front in its fight against Diem and USA to unify the country.
Explanation: Ho Chi Minh played a very significant role in the freedom movement of Vietnam. He led the communist parties against Japan, French, Diem, and USA.
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