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Giap y Ho en 1942

Original Source: An American officer of the "The Deer" (OSS special unit) had taken this photo to Giap, during the Second World War. Its owner, general Giap freed it after his interview with John F. Kennedy Jr. on August 23, 1998.
Secodary source: Vietnam-Wikipedia. Description is/was here

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  • (xóa) (hiện) 04:12, ngày 30 tháng 9 năm 2005 . . Thái Nhi (Thảo luận | đóng góp) . . 208×300 (50.240 byte) Tướng Giáp và Hồ Chủ tịch {{PD}})
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