Tay Son

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Citadel Of Saigon - Impact On The Tay Son and The Nguyen
... Following the construction of the citadel, the Tay Son never against attempted to recapture the city—the building gave Nguyen Anh a further psychological advantage over his opponents ... to implement domestic programs to strengthen himself economically in preparation to fight the Tay Son ... Due to Tay Son naval raids on the rice crop, the area had been suffering long term rice shortages ...
Sport In Vietnam - Martial Arts
... Vo Vietnam (Nguyen Duc Moc) Vo Thuat (Nguyen Van Trung) Vo Binh Dinh/Tay Son Binh Dinh (Thanh Long) Minh Long (Tran Minh Long) Kim Long (Nguyen Trung Hoa) Vovinam Viet ...
Gia Long - Consolidation of Southern Vietnam - Naval Buildup
... Anh used his new base to improve his inferior navy, which was much smaller than the Tay Son fleet and hitherto unable to prevent their rice raids ... that remain unclear, two of the vessels fled in the midst of battle against the Tay Son, while angry Vietnamese soldiers killed the third crew ... European vessels were operating together with 200 Vietnamese boats against the Tay Son near Qui Nhon ...
Son Tay
... Coordinates 21°08′N 105°30′E / 21.133°N 105.500°E / 21.133 105.500 Tay Son\ Thị xã Tay son Tay Son\ Coordinates 21°8′N 105°30′E / 21.133°N 105.500°E / 21.133 105 ... It was the capital of Son Tay province before merging with Ha Dong province in 1965 ... Son Tay lies 35 km west of the capital Hanoi and is often referred to as “soldier town” due to the proliferation of army barracks and military institutions that ...

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