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After Thanh nien, he set up Kong Nong (Workers & Farmers) newspaper in 1926 to spread patriotism to the farmers and workers under the light of scientific socialism, Linh Kach Menh (Revolution Soldiers) in 1927 to encourage Vietnamese soldiers in the French colonial armies to stand up against the oppressor of their own people and Bua Liem (Hammer & Sickle) newspaper – the mouthpiece of the Indochinese Communist Party – in 1929, among others. Despite the arrests of Vietnamese patriots, successive newspapers and magazines were put into circulation from within the cells of the colonial regime, including Hoa Lo Ha Noi (Hoa Lo Prison Ha Noi), Nguoi Tu Do (The Red Inmate), Duoc dua duong (Guiding Torch), Nha tu Buon Ma Thuot (Buon Ma Thuot Prison) and Lao tu tap chi (Jail magazine), in addition to many newspapers from student organisations and communist cells across the country. According to the General Government of Indochina, by June 1936, there were some 230 … [Read more...] about 95 years of Vietnam’s revolutionary press