Hoang Hoa Tham

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Hoàng Hoa Thám (IPA: [hwaŋ21 hwa33 tʰɐːm35]) or Đề Thám (IPA: [ɗe21 tʰɐːm35]); (born Trương Văn Thám (IPA: [cɨɜŋ33 hwa33 vɐn33]) 1858 – February 10, 1913) was leader of the famous Yen The Uprising against the French during Western conquest of Vietnam.

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  • P. Chandler, David (1987). In Search of Southeast Asia: A Modern History. University of Hawaii

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