|Contributions||Vietnam. Ministry of Foreign Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
distinguish the two archipelagoes: the Hoang Sa and the Truong Sa. The archipelagoes specified as Paracels and Spratley or Spratly in present-day international maritime maps are precisely the two Vietnamese archipelagoes of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa. The appellations of "Xisha" and "Nansha" were put forth by the Chinese. upon martyrs of the Hoang Sa brigades the title "Truong Sa Hero" (See Annex III). After the establishment of her protectorate over Vietnam by virtue of the June 6, Treaty, France administered the two archipelagoes of Hoang Sa and Truong Sa in the name of Vietnam. At the beginning, the French authorities had a project for. "The evidence of Vietnam's sovereignty over the two archipelagoes of Hoang Sa, Truong Sa" is the first episode in of the collection of books on Vietnam’s Sea and Islands, published by the. The Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes (Paracels and Spratly). Hanoi: Vietnam Courier. MLA Citation The Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes (Paracels and Spratly) Vietnam Courier Hanoi Australian/Harvard Citation. , The Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes (Paracels and Spratly) Vietnam Courier Hanoi. Wikipedia Citation.
The first pictorial book for children portraying Truong Sa and Hoang Sa archipelagoes was launched in Hanoi on January Entitled “To Quoc Noi Dau Song” (Fatherland on the High Seas), the book includes photos and documents that reflect the archipelagoes’ history, geography, culture, nature, landscape and people. The Hoang Sa (Paracel) and the Truong Sa (Spratly) are the two archipelagoes to the East of the Vietnamese coast in the East Sea (1). The closest point of the Hoang Sa is about nautical miles from the central city of Da Nang and about nautical miles from . Phan believes the books could serve as evidence of Viet Nam's sovereignty over the Truong Sa (Spratly) and Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelagoes. The Hue-based researcher said Dai Nam Thuc Luc (Great South Real Record) was a trusted collection of documents that justified Viet Nam's sovereignty over the two archipelagoes. By introducing monographic books, and administrative maps and domestic and foreign documents related to the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes to date, the author has helped readers gain a better understanding of the process of discovery, actual ownership, exercise of power by managing executive work and sending teams to Hoang Sa to conduct annual surveys and engage in hydraulic .
Hoang Sa and Truong Sa Archipelagoes An Independent Study on their Real Geographic Locations & History of Vietnam's Claims. The study on Vietnamese claims to the Paracel Islands and Spratly Islands is incomplete and can not be justified without the study on the original and true geographic positions of the "Hoang Sa Archipelago" and "Truongsa Archipelago" - which are the . Through his book about evidence of Vietnam's sovereignty over the Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes, readers can more clearly understand the nation’s sovereignty over the . The Sino-Vietnamese difference on the Hoàng Sa and Trường Sa archipelagoes: Lưu Văn Lợi [Văn Lợi Lưu] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Văn Lợi Lưu. A book on Vietnam’s Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelagoes has been translated into Japanese by Professor Kazutaka Hashimoto from .