Nhan Dan – Nearly 300 documents, photos and artifacts from the 1973 Paris Conference are on display at an exhibition entitled ‘Paris Conference archives – perspectives from both sides’ at the Ho Chi Minh Museum in Hanoi. The exhibition consists of three main parts including the context of Vietnam’s resistance war against Americans, Paris Conference archives – perspectives from both sides and the Spring 1975 great victory. The exhibition contributes to promoting the values and improving the efficiency in the use of archives and historical artifacts, as well as fostering and educating the resilient and indomitable spirit, the patriotism and the love of independence and freedom of Vietnamese people. The exhibition marks the 40th anniversary of signing of the Paris Peace Accords that established peace in Vietnam and put an end to the US-Vietnam War (1973-2013). The event, organised by the National Archive Centre III under the Vietnam State Records Management and Archives Department, will last through the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.