Ho Chi Minh/Organizations
There was often a tendency, especially before 1975, for Vietnamese Communists to avoid actually giving their organization a name containing the word "Communist" or Vietnamese equivalent. Even when there were coalitions, however, there were distinctly Communist groups, sometimes clandestine.
- 1 Association of Revolutionary Vietnamese Youth
- 2 Indochinese Communist Party
- 3 Lao Dong
- 4 Revolutionary Youth League
- 5 Tam Tam Xa
- 6 Thanh Nien
- 7 Vietnam Workers Party
- 8 Thanh Nien Cong San Doan
- 9 Viet Cong
- 10 Viet Minh
- 11 Viet Nam Than Nien Cach Man Hoi
- 12 Viet Nam Thanh Nien Cach Menh Dong Chi Hoi
- 13 Vietnamese Communist Party
- 14 Vietnam Revolutionary Youth Association
Association of Revolutionary Vietnamese Youth
A 1920s Communist organization.
Indochinese Communist Party
Actually several organizations of the 1930s and 1940s, briefly called the #Vietnamese Communist Party#Vietnamese Communist Party. During the Second World War, the organization was officially absorbed into broad-front anti-Japanese organizations, and then into nationalist organizations. A distinct Communist organization, however, always existed during these periods.
Revolutionary Youth League
Tam Tam Xa
A revolutionary organization of the 1920s and 1930s, not strictly Communist.
At various times, an inner group of the Vietnamese Revolutionary Youth Association, or a journal intended to teach Marxism-Leninism.
Vietnam Workers Party
Thanh Nien Cong San Doan
The Communist Youth League, also known as Association of Revolutionary Vietnamese Youth, of the 1920s.
Viet Nam Than Nien Cach Man Hoi
The Association of Revolutionary Vietnamese Youth, a Communist group of the 1920s
Viet Nam Thanh Nien Cach Menh Dong Chi Hoi
While not an overt Communist organization, this was the first main Communist organization formed, approximately 1926.