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Viet Minh (vēĕt´ mĬn), officially Viet Nam Doc Lap Dong Minh [League for the Independence of Vietnam], a coalition of Communist and nationalist groups that opposed the French and the Japanese during World War II. The Viet Minh spearheaded Vietnamese resistance to French rule in the French Indochina War (1946–54). The organization was soon dominated by Communists, and in 1951 its Communist elements were absorbed by the Communist party of North Vietnam.

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Viet Minh Vietnamese organization that fought for independence from the French (1946–54). It resisted Japan's occupation of French Indochina during World War 2. After the war, when the French refused to recognize it as a provisional government, it began operations against the colonial forces. The French withdrew after defeat at Dien Bien Phu (1954).

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