Ngày Quốc Khánh
|正式名称||Ngày Quốc khánh Việt Nam 2-9|
- ^ Lonely Planet Southeast Asia 2010 Page 927 "National Day 2 September; commemorates the proclamation of the Declaration of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam by Ho Chi Minh in 1945"
- ^ A brief chronology of Vietnam's history Anh Thư Hà, Hò̂ng Đức Trà̂n - 2000 "On September 2, 1945, President Hổ Chí Minh made public the Declaration of Independence at Ba Đình Square (Hanoi), thus founding the Democratic Republic of Vietnam with Hanoi as its capital."
- ^ Shaun Kingsley Malarney Ritual and revolution in Viet Nam 1993 "In order to realize this goal, the Party created a series of new national holidays in which villagers would come together and celebrate the great achievements of the people, the nation and socialism. These new holidays were to include May Day, the anniversary of the August Revolution on the 19th of August, Viet Nam's National Day on the 2nd of September, and Ho Chi Minn's birthday on the 19th of May. Two traditional Vietnamese celebration of the lunar New Year (Tet Nguyen Dan) and the mid-autumn celebration for children (Tet Trung Thu) were also to remain as national holidays."
- ^ Vietnam - Page 107 Nick Ray, Peter Dragicevich, Regis St. Louis - 2007 "Vietnam's National Day (2 September) Celebrated with a rally and fireworks at Ba Dinh Sq, in front of Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum."
- ^ Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos Jock O'Tailan, Claire Boobbyer, John Colet - 2006 "Following Ho's declaration, 2 September became Vietnam's National Day. Coincidentally, 2 September was also the date on which Ho died in 1969, although his death was not officially announced until 3 September in order not to mar ..."