Hoàng Cơ Minh (20 June 1935 – 28 August 1987) was the first chairman of the Vietnam Reform Revolutionary Party or Việt Tân. He was elected on 10 September 1982, when the Việt Tân was founded. Many Vietnamese expatriates consider him to have been a leader of the anti-communist resistance against the Vietnamese government. Hoàng Cơ Minh was born at Làng Vẽ in the village of Đông Ngạc, Từ Liêm District, Hà Đông Province (now part of Bắc Từ Liêm District of Hanoi) in 1935. His father Hoàng Huân Trung was the Provincial Education Commissioner of Hà Đông and Hanoi. More information...

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