(HBO) – The People's Committee of Kim Boi district held a ceremony in Hung Son commune on May 8 to receive a certificate recognising the locality as a provincial revolutionary historical site attached to the establishment of Nat Son Party cell, the first of its kind in Kim Boi in 1947.
Deputy Secretary of
the Hoa Binh Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council
Bui Duc Hinh hands over the certificate recognising the provincial
revolutionary historical site attached to the establishment of the Nat Son
Party cell, the first of its kind Kim Boi in 1947 to representatives of Hung
The event was attended by former members of the Party Centre Committee and
former Secretaries of the provincial Party Committee Hoang Van Hon and Bui Van
Tinh; Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party Committee and Chairman of the
provincial People’s Council Bui Duc Hinh; former leaders of the province; and
representatives from a number of departments, sectors and localities.
In the past, the place where the Nat Son Party cell was established belonged to
Tram hamlet, Nat Son commune, Luong Son area of Hoa Binh province. After many
times of adjustments in administrative boundaries, today, the site is in Hoi
Tram hamlet of Hung Son commune, which had an important military position and a
strategic gateway of Hoa Binh to the plain. The Nat Son Party cell was formed
to directly lead the revolutionary movement in the district.
On May 11, 1947, the Nat Son Party cell was formed at the tilt house of Bui Van
Xe’s family in Tram hamlet of Nat Son commune. This was the first rural Party
cell of Luong Son area at that time. Its establishment was of great importance
to the revolutionary movement of Nat Son in particular and the district in
general, leading Nat Son locals during the struggle against the French
In January 2023, the founding location of the Nat Son Party cell was recognised
by the provincial People’s Committee as a provincial-level revolutionary
historical relic site.
Addressing the ceremony, Bui Duc Hinh, Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party
Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council, lauded the Party
Committee, administration and people of Hung Son commune and Kim Boi district
in promoting the revolutionary tradition as well as Party building and
Hinh expressed his hope that Hung Son will continue to build plans and projects
to preserve and restore the site, while promoting its value as a venue for
educating the revolutionary tradition.
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