Bien Hoa

Bien Hoa

Biên Hòa ( listen) is a city in Đồng Nai Province, Vietnam, about 20 miles (32 km) east of Hồ Chí Minh City (formerly Saigon), to which Biên Hòa is linked by Vietnam Highway 1.

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Bien Hoa Air Base - Known VNAF Units At Bien Hoa in 1974
... the withdrawal of American Forces from South Vietnam in February 1973 the VNAF used Bien Hoa as a major operating base ... Bien Hoa Air Base was the headquarters of the VNAF 3d Air Division ...
Bien Hoa - History - Present-day
... As of 2005, Biên Hòa is now an industrial center of southern Vietnam, and many factories and warehouses (often funded in collaboration with Japanese, Singaporean, American, Swiss and other foreign investors) operate in the area surrounding the city ... Bien Hoa Sugar is located near the city ...
Capture Of Bien Hoa - The Capture
... The following account of the capture of Bien Hoa was given by the French historian A ... had established defence works on all the routes leading to Bien Hoa ... They had built an entrenched camp held by 3,000 men at My Hoa, midway between Bien Hoa and Saigon, and obstructed the course of the Donnai with nine ...
Cochinchina Campaign - Bien Hoa and Vĩnh Long
... Main articles Capture of Bien Hoa and Capture of Vĩnh Long The Capture of My Tho was Charner's last military success ... Bien Hoa, the provincial capital, was captured by the French on 16 December 1861 ... The French followed up their victory at Bien Hoa by capturing Vinh Long on 22 March 1862, in a brief campaign mounted by Admiral Bonard in reprisal for Vietnamese ...
Bien Hoa Sugar
... Bien Hoa Sugar Joint Stock Company (VNBHS) is a sugar company of Vietnam, located in Bien Hoa City of Dong Nai Province ... Bien Hoa operates a cane sugar mill and produces raw sugar, refined sugar, liqueurs and wine, ramen noodles and microorganism fertilizer ...

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