Visiting Ho Chi Minh's Hometown This week marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. In the third installment of our weeklong series, NPR's Michael Sullivan visits the poor north-central province of Nghe An, which suffered badly during the war -- and is the birthplace of the country's most honored leader.
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Visiting Ho Chi Minh's Hometown

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This week marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. In the third installment of our weeklong series, NPR's Michael Sullivan visits the poor north-central province of Nghe An, which suffered badly during the war — and is the birthplace of the country's most honored leader.

Ho Chi Minh's boyhood home in Sen Village, Nghe An Province, still draws visitors from all over Vietnam. Michael Sullivan, NPR hide caption

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