A six-day exhibition marking the 40th anniversary of the Paris Peace Accords, which prompted the end of the American occupation of southern Vietnam, is taking place in Hanoi.
With nearly 150 photos, more than 20 quotations and other documents and books, the exhibition has vividly illustrated the rough road Vietnam had to take to reach the Paris Peace Accords, which was signed on January 27, 1973.
The Peace Accorded ended direct US military involvement in Vietnam.
The original copy of the Paris Agreement, the seal and nameplate of the interim government of South Vietnam, and the two pens used by the Vietnamese delegation to sign the agreement are all on public display for the first time.
A large notebook with the signatures of more than 10,000 Cuban citizens on a petition protesting the Vietnam War is also on display
The exhibition is held at Vietnam Exhibition Center for Culture and Arts in Hanoi.
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