Nguyễn Văn Hinh
Nguyễn Văn Hinh (1915–2004) was appointed the Vietnamese National Army Chief of Staff by Emperor Bảo Đại. He was replaced with General Lê Văn Tỵ as appointed joint general chief of staff. On November 8, 1954, after the First Indochina War he left South Vietnam in exile for France.
- Saigon: A History Nghia M. Vo - 2011 - Page 128 "The newly-formed 30,000-man South Vietnamese army (SVA) was led by Lieutenant-General Nguyễn Văn Hinh, a naturalized French citizen and a Bảo Đại admirer. Hinh, son of former Prime Minister Nguyễn Văn Tâm, ..."
- Nguyễn Công Luận Nationalist in the Viet Nam Wars 2012 "General Lê Văn Tỵ was appointed joint general chief of staff, replacing General Nguyễn Văn Hinh. The remnants of the French supporters lost their foothold in the nationalist army. "
- (French) The young army of Vietnam (Vietnamese National Army footages), French newsreel archives (Les Actualités Françaises) November 26, 1953
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