Ly Thuong Kiet

Ly Thuong Kiet

Lý Thường Kiệt (李常傑; 1019–1105) was a Vietnamese general during the Lý Dynasty in Vietnam. He penned what is considered the first Vietnamese declaration of independence and is regarded as a Vietnamese national hero.

Read more about Ly Thuong Kiet:  Life, Nam Quốc Sơn Hà, Phạt Tống Lộ Bố Văn

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RVNS Tran Binh Trong (HQ-05) - Republic of Vietnam Navy Service 1971-1975 - The Battle of The Paracel Islands
16 January 1974, the South Vietnamese frigate RVNS Ly Thuong Kiet (HQ-16) spotted Chinese forces ashore on the islands ... Both Ly Thuong Kiet and the Chinese ordered one another to withdraw, and neither side did ... South Vietnamese had Trần Bình Trọng, Ly Thuong Kiet, frigate RVNS Trần Khánh Dư (HQ-4), and corvette RVNS Nhật Tảo (HQ-10) on the scene ...
BRP Andres Bonifacio (PF-7) - History - Republic of Vietnam Navy Service 1972-1975
... into the Republic of Vietnam Navy as patrol vessel RVNS Ly Thuong Kiet (HQ-16) ... When South Vietnam collapsed at the end of the Vietnam War in late April 1975, Ly Thuong Kiet fled to Subic Bay in the Philippines, packed with South Vietnamese refugees ... Coast Guard team inspected Ly Thuong Kiet and five of her sister ships, which also had fled to the Philippines in April 1975 ...
Bắc Lệ Ambush - The Relief Expedition
... the 2nd Brigade of the Tonkin Expeditionary Corps to concentrate at Phu Lang Thuong ... Travelling upriver aboard a flotilla of steamboats to Phu Lang Thuong and thereafter marching light, de Négrier's relief column reached Cau Son on the evening of 25 June ... for an immediate counterattack to throw the Chinese back across the Song Thuong ...
Thuong Xuan District
... Thuong Xuan (Vietnamese Thường Xuân) is a district (huyện) of Thanh Hoa Province in the North Central Coast region of Vietnam ... The district capital lies at Thuong Xuan ...