His mil­i­tary ca­reer, Vieät re­called that he com­manded 130 bat­tles and won 116 of them. His high­est mil­i­tary rank was lieu­tenant colonel and he has never been awarded the ti­tle of Viet Nam Peo­ple's Army's Hero. "If I've been given the ti­tle, I think that V

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Reg­i­ment 174, un­der his di­rec­tion, con­trolled the high­way and won many vic­to­ries that fright­ened the French and earned Vieät the the "Blue Tiger of High­way 4". means mas­sive. is an­other name for some­one, or in this case, some­thing.

To us, Ñaëng Vaên Vieät was an un­com­pro­mis­ing ri­val but also a per­son who laws on prison­ers of war..."

tal­ent moral­ity: lit­er­ary ca­pac­ity." Sum­meris­ing

his mil­i­tary ca­reer, Vieät re­called that he com­manded 130 bat­tles and won 116 of them.

his mil­i­tary ca­reer means talk­ing about, or writ­ing about it with­out tak­ing too long and fo­cussing on the im­por­tant de­tails.

Late Gen­eral Voõ Nguyeân Gi­aùp also said: "There is no ques­tion about Vieät's and cre­ative in the mil­i­tary, stead­fast in pol­i­tics and a pro­duc­tive

is nat­u­ral skill.

is a sense of do­ing what is cor­rect.

Some­one's is their be­ing able to read, write and have lots of knowl­edge.

Though the rea­son why Vieät has yet to re­ceive any hon­ourable ti­tle has not been peo­ple can still see the high spirit of the "Blue Tiger of High­way 4".

Sum­meris­ing tal­ent lit­er­ary ca­pac­ity clar­i­fied, Clar­i­fied means made clear and un­der­stand­able. "Some may ques­tion why I don't feel dis­con­tent," Dis­con­tent means un­hap­pi­ness. he said.

"My big­gest was to drive off the re­gain in­de­pen­dence for the na­tion. is a hope. are peo­ple who come to a coun­try from an­other coun­try and set­tle there while their old coun­try rules.

An sac­ri­fice

"My great­est hap­pi­ness is be­ing a gen­eral in the peo­ple's hearts and the son of all be­ing hon­oured and recog­nised by the masses. are peo­ple who are close to you, like fam­ily and good

Kins friends. sac­ri­ficed the small to gain the big some­thing means to give kins, it up for a big­ger

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