Coordinates: 21°50′52″N 106°45′28″E / 21.84778°N 106.75778°E / 21.84778; 106.75778
Thành phố Lạng Sơn
|Coordinates: 21°50′52″N 106°45′28″E / 21.84778°N 106.75778°E / 21.84778; 106.75778|
|Province||Lang Son Province|
|• Total||79 km2 (31 sq mi)|
Lạng Sơn ( listen), sometimes Langson, is a city in far northern Vietnam, is the capital of Lạng Sơn province. It is accessible by road and rail from Hanoi, the Vietnamese capital, and it is the northernmost point on National Road 1A.
Other articles related to "lang son, lang":
... of the Guangxi Army advanced from Lang Son and probed into the Luc Nam valley, announcing their presence by ambushing the French gunboats Hache and Massue on 2 October ... at Kep and Chu, which threatened the Guangxi Army's base at Lang Son ... hunger and partly by the knowledge that the French would sooner or later move against Lang Son, the Chinese renewed their efforts to gain a foothold in the Luc Nam valley in December ...
... After the end of the Pacific War, the French colonial army established a permanent garrison there, which served as the logistics hub for the French border fortresses ... It was captured in 1950 during Võ Nguyên Giáp's offensive against the French border forts, considered a turning point in the Indochina War ...
... ordered Brière de l’Isle to 'capture Lang Son as soon as possible' ... Long-range planning for a campaign against Lang Son had been underway for several months, and Brière de l’Isle had already assembled large French forces at the French forward base of Chu on ... Logistical arrangements for the Lang Son campaign were formidable ...
... Brière de l'Isle issued two orders of the day during the Lang Son campaign ... et nous interdire les routes du Than-Moï et de Lang-Son, vous avez égalé les troupes les plus citées dans les annales de l’armée française ... passes of Deo Van and Deo Quan and to prevent us from reaching the routes to Thanh Moy and Lang Son, you have matched the exploits of the troops most often cited in the ...
1885) Nui Bop (3 to 4 January 1885) 1st Lang Son (3 to 13 February 1885) Dong Dang (23 February 1885) Hoa Moc (2 March 1885) Phu Lam Tao (23 March ... Guangxi Army and captured the strategically important town of Lang Son in a ten-day campaign mounted under formidable logistical constraints ...
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