Vietnam Revolutionary Youth League

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The Vietnam Revolutionary Youth League or HVNCMTN (Hội Việt Nam Cách mạng Thanh niên, originally Việt Nam Thanh niên Cách mạng Đồng chí Hội) was a radical organization founded in 1925 by Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam, part of colonial French Indochina then.

It was a forerunner of Vietnamese communism.[1]

Some radicals from the League, led by Trần Văn Cung left to form the Communist Party of Indochina (1929-1930).[2]

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  1. ^ David L. Anderson The Columbia History of the Vietnam War 2011 - Page 98 "Within this radical intellectual milieu, Ho Chi Minh founded the Vietnam Thanh Nien Cach Menh Hoi (Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth League) in 1925. The Youth League served as the forerunner of Vietnamese Communism, providing .."
  2. ^ Hue Tam Ho Tai -Radicalism and the Origins of the Vietnamese Revolution 1992- Page 230 "Nonetheless, when Tran van Cung, the dissident delegate of the Youth League, approached members of the New Vietnam Revolutionary Party with a view to "