Museum of the Republic of Vietnam

Museum of the Republic of Vietnam The mission of the Museum of the Republic of Vietnam is to honor veterans, document and preserve history, and educate future generations.
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05/17/2020
Thước phim bị cấm chiếu tại VN: Đài Loan tưng bừng chào đón TT Nguyễn Văn Thiệu của Quốc gia VNCH

South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu's red carpet welcomings by the Taiwanese government during his two visits in 1973 and 1969.
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Việt Nam Cộng Hòa đi đến đâu cũng được chào đón tưng bừng. Thước phim tư liệu rất quý giá ghi lại cảnh Tổng thống Việt Nam Cộng Hòa Nguyễn Văn Thiệu viếng th...

Museum RVN is an important community educational center. Our mission: to Honor the veterans of the Republic of Vietnam, ...
05/17/2020

Museum RVN is an important community educational center. Our mission: to Honor the veterans of the Republic of Vietnam, to Preserve their heritage, and to Educate the younger generations about the history of South Vietnam. Museum RVN lectures will be available on livestream starting next week. Please support us!
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A few new items coming soon to Museum RVN...
05/16/2020

A few new items coming soon to Museum RVN...

05/13/2020

Chương trình Acoustic Livestream “NHẠC LÍNH” được thực hiện bởi nhóm TÌNH TỰ MUSIC (ca sĩ Lê Hoàng Hiệp, Hà Thanh Vân và guitarist Johnson Quốc Nguyễn) với sự bảo trợ của Viện Bảo Tàng Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hoà ngày 15 tháng 4 năm 2020.

The funeral of Dr. Pierre Roualt (1925-2011), the former chief medical officer of the Vietnamese 5th Paratrooper Battali...
05/07/2020

The funeral of Dr. Pierre Roualt (1925-2011), the former chief medical officer of the Vietnamese 5th Paratrooper Battalion and survivor of the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954. Present at his funeral were Dr. Hoang Co Lan, the former Chief Surgeon of the South Vietnam Army Medical School and Dr. Tran Duc Tuong, the former Chief Surgeon of the Airborne Medical Battalion. Photos are courtesy of Dr. Hoang Co Lan.

Congratulations to Major General Lapthe Flora! You exemplify the best for our Vietnamese-American community.
05/03/2020

Congratulations to Major General Lapthe Flora! You exemplify the best for our Vietnamese-American community.

Lapthe C. Flora is promoted to major general May 2, 2020, at the Virginia National Guard Sgt. Bob Slaughter Headquarters in Richmond, Virginia. Flora most recently served as the VNG Assistant Adjutant General - Army, and his next assignment is pending an official announcement by the Department of Defense. Brig. Gen. K. Weedon Gallagher will succeed him as the AAG-A, and the full announcement is available at http://go.usa.gov/xvV78. Flora, a native of Saigon, was the first Vietnamese boat person to be promoted to general officer in the United State Army and the second of Vietnamese descent when he was promoted to brigadier general in June 2016. Read more about his story at https://go.usa.gov/xvpRa.

Vietnamese students from various universities in Paris were demonstrating peacefully in support of the soldiers of the R...
04/29/2020

Vietnamese students from various universities in Paris were demonstrating peacefully in support of the soldiers of the Republic of Vietnam during the final days of April 1975. Our younger generations shall never forget the sacrifices that these men had made for our freedom.

April 30th, 1975- We have lost our beloved country!The lowering of the Flag of the Republic of Vietnam for the last time...
04/29/2020

April 30th, 1975- We have lost our beloved country!
The lowering of the Flag of the Republic of Vietnam for the last time as a naval ship loaded with refugees entered the Philippines water.

Phạm Phú Quốc (1935-1965): a hero or rebel? According to an article written by a VNAF historian, the main plotter of the...
04/19/2020

Phạm Phú Quốc (1935-1965): a hero or rebel? According to an article written by a VNAF historian, the main plotter of the Feb 27th,1962 coup attempt was Lt Nguyễn Văn Cử, the son of a Nationalist dissident. Lt Cu had tricked his friend Lt Pham Phu Quoc into believing that the Americans were behind his plot. Lt Quoc actually did not drop any bomb on the Presidential Palace, but instead released them safely before ditching his shot up plane in the Saigon River. Lt Cu did the bombing and flew to Cambodia afterward. During Quoc's captivity, there were rumors of him being tortured, having all his nails pulled out, by the Diem government. These were not true, as confirmed by Captain Le Chau Loc, sent to check on Quoc's condition by the President Ngo Dinh Diem. Lt Quoc then wrote a note to apologize to the President for following his friend. Pham Phu Quoc later returned to service after the November 2nd,1963 murder of President Diem, and was shot down during a Northern bombing expedition on April 19th,1965. His life was celebrated by his friend and composer Pham Duy in a song tittled "Huyền Sử Ca Một Người Mang Tên Quốc".

Today is our second week to deliver food to the elder veterans who are still stuck at home due to the coronavirus. Thank...
04/18/2020

Today is our second week to deliver food to the elder veterans who are still stuck at home due to the coronavirus. Thank you to our young volunteers!

Special Livestream Music Concert to Commemorate Black April and to Honor South Vietnamese Soldiers this Wednesday 4/15/2...
04/14/2020

Special Livestream Music Concert to Commemorate Black April and to Honor South Vietnamese Soldiers this Wednesday 4/15/20 @ 8PM PST.
Xin mời quý vị thưởng thức đêm nhạc chọn lọc "Tưởng Niệm Tháng Tư Đen và Tri Ơn Người Lính Việt Nam Cộng Hoà" tối thứ Tư 15 tháng 4 vào lúc 8 giờ California.
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Chương trình này sẽ do nhạc sĩ Lê Hoàng Hiệp, Johnson Quốc Nguyễn, và nữ ca sĩ Hà Thanh Vân trình bày với sự ủng hộ của Viện Bảo Tàng Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hoà. Chương trình đặc biệt nhạc livestream hát các bài hát lính dành riêng tặng cho các gia đình cựu chiến sĩ VNCH đang ở nhà vì lệnh cách ly xã hội do đại dịch cúm.

Tưởng niệm Tháng Tư Đen trong mùa dịch cúm: 45 năm trước Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hoà đã bị đồng minh bức tử trước làn són...
04/11/2020

Tưởng niệm Tháng Tư Đen trong mùa dịch cúm: 45 năm trước Quân Lực Việt Nam Cộng Hoà đã bị đồng minh bức tử trước làn sóng xâm lăng của giặc đỏ. Một số chiến sĩ miền Nam đã hy sinh, một số tỵ nạn vượt biên, và rất nhiều đã bị đày đi lao tù tại trại cải tạo của Cộng Sản Việt Nam. 45 năm sau toàn thế giới đang tê liệt vì dịch cúm của Cộng Sản Trung Quốc gây ra, và cộng đồng người Việt tự do không có dịp tổ chức lễ tưởng niệm 30/4 để tri ân các cựu chiến sĩ. Hậu duệ của Viện Bảo Tàng QLVNCH xin đóng góp một số phần quà chia sẻ và giúp đỡ cho các gia đình cựu chiến sĩ đang bị kẹt ở nhà vì luật của liên bang. Mỗi phần quà gồm 2 tô phở, 10 gói mì khô, và 2 khẩu trang phòng dịch cúm. Hậu duệ luôn ghi nhớ công ơn và sự hy sinh của các cựu chiến sĩ VNCH. Kính chúc mọi người được an toàn sức khoẻ và tránh lây dịch cúm. Những quý vị nào muốn ghi danh nhận quà xin liên lạc với các hội trưởng.

Major General Lê Minh Đảo (1933-2020), the former commander of the famous 18th ARVN Infantry Division which held up four...
03/20/2020

Major General Lê Minh Đảo (1933-2020), the former commander of the famous 18th ARVN Infantry Division which held up four PAVN divisions at Xuan Loc for two weeks in April 1975, has finally passed away today. His brilliant defense of the gateway city is considered the last hurrah for the Republic of Vietnam. History will remember his quote, "Please tell the Americans you have seen how the 18th Division can fight and die. Now, please go!"
General Dao visited the Museum RVN in 2017 and signed the only surviving divisional flag of the 18th ARVN Division, also known affectionately as "Super Men". He instructed the museum staff to keep up the preservation of history, and build a noble museum for those who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom. Rest in peace General, you have inspired us with your courage, esprit de corps, and the love for our fatherland. We shall continue with that mission!

03/11/2020
Passport to Success Ep#26A - Tâm Sự Của Giáo Sư Lan Cao (JD Yale Law/Professor Chapman University)

Professor Lan Cao spoke at the Museum RVN on 2/23/20 to a large group of high school students about the Vietnamese-American post-war experience, history and family life. Lan Cao graduated from Yale University with a Juris Doctor. She is a current Professor of Law at Chapman University, and an author of two novels: Monkey Bridge and Lotus in the Storm (Penguin Publishing). She is also the daughter of General Cao Van Vien, former Chairman of the Joint General Staff of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam.
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55 Years Ago Today:  March 8, 1965First United States Combat Troops Land in VietnamToday marks the firty-fifth anniversa...
03/08/2020

55 Years Ago Today: March 8, 1965
First United States Combat Troops Land in Vietnam

Today marks the firty-fifth anniversary of the landing of the 9th United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Brigade on China Beach near Da Nang. The marines were sent to provide security for the rapidly expanding air base in the city.

United States military personnel had been present in Vietnam since the Second World War. In their roles as observers, liasons, advisors, instructors, and logistical specialists Americans aided and fought alongside troops of the Republic of Vietnam. Several thousand had given their lives. The marine landing at China Beach heralded a major turning point in the war up to that moment. For the first time an American combat unit - a formation consisting entirely of American troops with the means and ability to operate independently in engagements with the enemy - officially became a part of the continually evolving milieu of the war in Vietnam.

The United States Marines wading through the surf and sand this morning fifty-five years ago were only 3,500 in number, but hundreds of thousands more soon followed.

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Forty-Five Years Ago Today: March 5, 1975At 11:15AM on a Wednesday morning forty-five years ago today a group of roughly...
03/05/2020

Forty-Five Years Ago Today: March 5, 1975

At 11:15AM on a Wednesday morning forty-five years ago today a group of roughly a dozen men arrived in the Cabinet Room of the White House to hold an urgent meeting with President Gerald Ford. The men were congressmen recently returned from what would later be chronicled in history as the last congressional fact finding mission of the Vietnam War. In days preceding these meeting the eyes of President Ford and his cabinet were narrowed on another hotspot of world politics – the Middle East. The Yom Kippur War of 1973 and the subsequent boycott of oil exports to the United States and its allies by the Arab majority controlled Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) immensely damaged the economies of “the Free World,” and drastically brought to an end the post-World War Two financial boom of the United States. The OPEC boycott concluded in December of the previous year, but the economy was far from recovering, and rumours abounded of a renewed boycott. Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State to Ford as he had been to Nixon, was in the Cabinet Room hurriedly gathering papers into his briefcase as the Congressmen entered the room. Kissinger was already late for his flight that morning to the Middle East, which had been earlier delayed so that he could be present (albeit briefly, he left after fifteen minutes) at this meeting concerning a topic that was cringeworthy to virtually every United States politician at the time – Vietnam.

The congressmen selected to observe the situation firsthand in southeast Asia and report back to President Ford represented a cross section of congressional viewpoints ranging from those who staunchly supported continued assistance to Vietnam and Cambodia, such as Congressmen John J. Flynt, an old-school styled southern Democrat from Georgia, and those who called for the immediate severing of support, such as Congressman Pete McCloskey of California, a Republican who ran against Nixon on an anti-Vietnam platform for the party’s nomination in the 1972 primaries. However, despite their opposing political viewpoints, all of the Congressmen returned from the fact finding mission strongly shaken by the scenes they had witnessed. Every member expressed sympathy for the Vietnamese and Cambodian men and women they encountered who were struggling to defend their homelands from invading Communist forces. Even those, such as McCloskey, who advocated for the cancellation of aid, spoke admirably of the defenders, stating at one point that two regiments of Republic of Vietnam soldiers near Da Nang were effectively handling the defensive work of what once required seven American regiments (The defense of Da Nang fell not long after the meeting). On that Wednesday in early March, all in the Cabinet Room viewed the situation in Vietnam as a very unfortunate – but to a degree – somewhat familiar episode in the southeast Asian conflict that would at worst result in a redrawing of the geographic borders between North and South Vietnam. Most did not foresee the scale of the unimaginably immense tragedy that would culminate in a few weeks time.

One member of the mission who was coming to terms with the gravity and danger of the situation in Vietnam was Congressman John Murtha of Pennsylvania. Murtha served in Vietnam as the intelligence officer for the 1st Marine Regiment stationed near Da Nang. He was the first Vietnam War veteran to hold a Congressional seat, and his personal experience of the day to day challenges of fighting the war in Vietnam gave him knowledge for better informed observations in 1975 as he compared the situation ten years ago with the present.

Speaking directly to President Ford, Murtha remarked,

“I went to visit the area where I was for a year in the Marines. General Truong said he was cut back to the bone because of limited supplies. The United States was spending 6,000 tons per day but the Vietnamese are using only 800 tons per day in the same area. The Vietnamese battalion will use up three radios per month whereas we used to draw 9. They are using two hand grenades instead of 5 per man, so he has limited strength to defend. They strictly conserve on artillery. They worry about losing land and increasing casualties. The reason the North Vietnamese action is increasing is because the South Vietnamese have to restrict their actions. They cannot operate in (enemy) sanctuaries because they have less mobility. It will be a disgrace if we do not give aid. In five years, we will end up with an historical blot. Kissinger said to Thieu we would furnish aid. We have an obligation to fulfill it!”

President Ford appeared to all in the room as moved by Murtha’s words. Ford leaned across the table, and asked Murtha, “When were you in Viet-Nam?”

Without pause, Murtha answered,
“In 1966, I drove down to Hoi An and the security was good, and it was because of U.S. aid.”

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UCI History students came to Museum RVN to learn more about the Army of Republic Vietnam. The museum's mission is to bri...
02/29/2020

UCI History students came to Museum RVN to learn more about the Army of Republic Vietnam. The museum's mission is to bring the history of South Vietnam to mainstream America and clear up the misconceptions from the anti-war era.

Early 1972: Brigadier General Ho Trung Hau, Assistant Commander of the Airborne Division; Colonel Tran Quoc Lich, 2nd Br...
02/26/2020

Early 1972: Brigadier General Ho Trung Hau, Assistant Commander of the Airborne Division; Colonel Tran Quoc Lich, 2nd Brigade Commander; Lt. Colonel Nguyen Dinh Bao, 11th Airborne Battalion. (Photo of Patrick Dempsey)

President Nguyen Van Thieu's small medallion 2.5cm
02/26/2020

President Nguyen Van Thieu's small medallion 2.5cm

More on the museum's very successful event...
02/24/2020

More on the museum's very successful event...

Professor Lan Cao of Chapman University spoke to a large crowd of Westminster and Garden Grove High School students at M...
02/23/2020

Professor Lan Cao of Chapman University spoke to a large crowd of Westminster and Garden Grove High School students at Museum RVN. The topic was about her Vietnamese-American experience as a refugee post-1975, and her advice on law school and family relationship.

The Museum of the Republic Vietnam would like to share this heartfelt tribute to the 81 Fallen Paratroopers written by M...
02/21/2020

The Museum of the Republic Vietnam would like to share this heartfelt tribute to the 81 Fallen Paratroopers written by Marine Colonel Cổ Tấn Tinh Châu. We want to express our deepest gratitude to the previous generation for their sacrifices, and to remind the later generations about the responsibilities of the Vietnamese toward our fatherland and our people. RIP our heroes!

Truy Điệu 81 Chiến Sĩ Nhảy Dù
Chúng tôi luôn ghi nhớ công ơn của Cựu TNS Jim Webb và phu nhân cùng những người đã đóng góp cho việc an táng hài cốt 81 chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù VNCH. Quý vị đã mang lại nỗi vui và niềm hy vọng đến cho binh chủng Nhảy Dù và QLVNCH. Các anh đã về đây, nghĩa trang lớn nhứt của người Mỹ gốc Việt tại miền Nam California là nơi an nghỉ cuối cùng của 81 chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù với cuộc hành trình 54 năm trên một chiến trường bị lãng quên.
Thưa các anh chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù! Ngày trước, các anh có thể được chọn một con đường khác vào đời. Nhưng chính các anh, năm tháng ấy đã khoác lên mình chiếc áo lính hoa rừng với chiếc mủ đỏ. Không có sự lựa chọn nào khác khi tổ quốc lâm nguy, bởi “Cuộc đời đẹp nhứt của thanh niên là trên trận tuyến chống xâm lăng” . Các anh được sinh ra từ một dân tộc anh hùng, trưởng thành trong chiến trận, nên thễ xác dù đã bị bầm giập tan nát, tinh thần của các anh vẫn nguyên vẹn và không ai có thể thay đổi hay ngăn cản được lý tưởng của những chiến sĩ Mũ Đỏ. Chúng ta cũng biết rằng, để tô thắm màu cờ và lập nên những chiến thắng, đã có biết bao chiến sĩ hy sinh hoặc đã để lại một phần xương máu trên chiến trường. Các anh đã coi gian nan, nguy hiểm là “nợ anh hùng phải trà” nên đã dấn thân đương đầu với mọi thử thách ngoài chiến trận, và cũng sẵn sàng nằm gói thân thiên thu trong chiếc poncho.
Chiến tranh đã đi qua mấy chục năm nhưng với không ít người, khói lửa đến nay đã trở thành ký ức với những giọt nước mắt đau thương vẫn lẩn khuất đâu đó trong lòng những người còn lại trần gian . Tuy nhiên, bao giờ cũng vẫn có những giọt nước mắt nghẹn ngào khi nhớ về biết bao đồng đội của chúng ta mãi mãi chưa về. Hôm nay, trong không gian u buồn với 81 anh linh chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù vị quốc vong thân, chúng tôi đến đây với nỗi niềm tiếc thương, xin được kính cẩn nghiêng mình bày tỏ lòng tri ân đến các anh hùng đã hiến dâng cuộc đời cho tổ quốc Việt Nam.
Giờ đây hình ảnh 81 chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù đã đi vào bất diệt, đánh dấu một chặng đường oai hùng còn mải trong tim của thế hệ chúng tôi và những thế hệ nối tiếp. Trong đó có những chiến sĩ đang tuổi mơ ước, đã ôm những ước mơ, hoài bảo, những khao khát của tuổi trẻ bước vào giấc ngũ ngàn thu, để đổi lấy sự tự do dân chủ, cho đất nước, dân tộc có được cuộc sống an bình thịnh vượng. Đây là những chiến sĩ Nhảy Dù đã đi trọn đường trần bằng tất cả gian nguy trong cuộc chiến chống xâm lăng. Các anh đã ra đi và để lại mọi thứ, để lại những ước mơ còn dang dở, để lại sự đau buồn trong trái tim của những người ở lại thế gian. Trong lòng chúng tôi trào dâng sự xúc động, nghẹn ngào. Đó không chỉ là niềm thương tiếc, xót xa mà xen lẫn sự khâm phục, lòng biết ơn.
Con người ai cũng có một cuộc đời để sống và một lần để chết, nhưng các anh sống được mọi người thương yêu, và khi chết được người đời ghi nhớ, xót xa và tiếc nuối. Năm tháng sẽ trôi qua, nhưng những đóng góp của các anh hùng tử sĩ sẽ mãi mãi là khúc ca bi tráng về một thời đau thương của cả dân tộc mà không người Việt Nam nào có thể lãng quên.
Đây là cơ hội để chúng ta bày tỏ ý chí chung sức, chung lòng nối tiếp cuộc hành trình bảo vệ Tổ quốc mà các tử sĩ còn chưa đi trọn. Đây cũng là dịp để chúng ta tự nghĩ về trách nhiệm của mình với quê hương đất nước. Hôm nay các anh đã trở về cùng đồng đội, chiến hữu và bạn bè, các anh được nằm yên dưới trời xanh, được nhìn ngắm lá cờ Vàng Ba Sọc Đỏ tung bay phất phới. Nắng vẫn chiếu màu nắng bình yên trên vai các anh, hoa ban trắng vẫn nở dưới chân các anh, những người anh hùng bất tử! Hồn của các anh vẫn muôn đời bước cùng quê hương đất nước.
Ngàn thu vĩnh biệt!
Cổ Tấn Tinh Châu
26 tháng 10 năm 2019

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9842 Bolsa Ave, Ste 205
Westminster, CA
92683

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Friday 12:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 10:00 - 16:00

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Museum of the Republic of Vietnam

The Museum of the Republic of Vietnam opened in the spring of 2016 in Westminster, California. It is the first and only museum in the world dedicated to the history of the Republic of Vietnam and its military. The museum is conveniently located in the heart of the largest community of the Vietnamese diaspora around the world - Little Saigon in Orange County. The mission of the museum is to honor veterans, preserve and study the history of the republic, and educate future generations. The museum exists as a community space open to the public where veterans and their families, students, educators, professionals, and anyone with an interest to discover more about the rich history of the Republic of Vietnam is welcome.

Visitors to the museum have the chance to view a wide range of historical artifacts from the military and government of the Republic of Vietnam. Authentic dioramas and scale models of naval vessels as well as military aircraft and vehicles are also on display. Exhibits rotate on a regular basis, and continual visits to experience these new displays are encouraged. The museum also routinely hosts lectures, film viewings, and other educational programs open to the public. Additionally, the museum frequently participates in Little Saigon community events, such as the annual Tet Festival. Museum staff are also available for educational activities as part of school programs or arranging private group tours and lectures at the museum. Please contact the museum for more information. Admission to the museum is free. The museum is a registered 501(c)3 and operates on donations.

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I apologize if this is off topic and please feel free to delete. I am one of the volunteers at the American Heritage Museum in Stowe Massachusetts and I am hoping that you can help point me in the right direction. We have recently finished a large painting project (https://www.americanheritagemuseum.org/2020/02/tiger-faced-sherman/?fbclid=IwAR3R0e9jOWT8_jdxyOzqLBBlBaT4eJrCV5F30e9JROkypgGDXtjyigCE6fU) and Dan is looking at starting another one. To this end, in our Vietnam War display we have an M41 tank as well as an M48 tank (along with a Soviet PT-76) and we want the display to honor the soldiers of both the US Military as well as those of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. We are looking for guidance on painting our M41 tank as an in-service tank with the Army of the Republic of Vietnam and references are scarce. If you have information that might help or have members who served on these tanks it would help us get our tank correct. Additionally, if there are any veterans of the Lục quân Việt Nam Cộng hòa who would be interested in speaking with us about their experiences we would greatly welcome them.
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Phiên gác đêm 2020. 
went today and I we were very impressed with this gem. Its amazing. Hope it grows!