Đinh Công Tráng

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Đinh Công Tráng (chữ Hán: 丁公壯; 1842 - 1887) was a Vietnamese independence activist and leader of the Ba Đình Uprising (khởi nghĩa Ba Đình) in 1887, preceding the Cẩn Vưong (Serve the King) movement.[1][2]

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  1. ^ J. Wills Burke - Origines: the streets of Vietnam : a historical companion 2001 "ĐINH CÔNG TRÁNG (1842 - 1887) Đinh Công Tráng was the leader of the royalist Cẩn Vưong (Serve the King)"
  2. ^ Overturned Chariot: The Autobiography of Phan-Bôi-Châu 1999 - Page 60