Brief history of Vietnam through the ages. People have to know our history For wall corner to accumulate water in Vietnam ” (Ho Chi Minh) Vietnamese people have always been proud of the history of more than 4000 years of nation building and defense. However, today's young generation is almost always superficial about its own history. Typically, in the 2011 university entrance exam, there are thousands of history exams with zero marks. This is an alarm signal for the education sector in general and the teaching and learning of this subject in particular. Young people today are mostly influenced by the "wave of cultural import" more or less, especially from China. This is not a bad thing, but a Vietnamese who knows Chinese history better than Vietnamese history is a matter that needs to be considered and seriously thought. For the convenience of researching and searching, I would like to briefly describe the history of Vietnam through the article Summary of Vietnamese history through the ages. Prehistoric Stone Age: people have lived hundreds of thousands of years ago in the territory of Vietnam with relics of the Son Vi culture. Neolithic period: about 5700-15000 years ago, typical with Hoa Binh and Bac Son culture with wet rice civilization. Bronze-Stone Age: about 3500-4000 years ago, typical of the Phung Nguyen culture. Bronze Age: about 3000 years ago, typical with Dong Dau culture, Go Mun culture. Iron Age: about 1200 BC, typical of the Dong Son, Sa Huynh, and Oc Eo cultures. Hong Bang Period (2879 BC - 208 BC) Xich Devil country: it can be considered as a loose "federal" state of the ancient Vietnamese tribes, living in Linh Nam region. Legend has it that De Minh is the three-generation grandson of Viem De (ie Shen Nong), while going south, he married a fairy goddess and gave birth to a son named the Six Tribe. Emperor Minh appointed his eldest son, Emperor De, to be the king of the North, and his second son, Luc Toc, became king of the South and took the title Kinh Duong Vuong, his country name was Xich Dem. Thus, Kinh Duong Vuong is the ancestor of the Vietnamese nation. Kinh Duong Vuong married Emperor Dong Dinh Ho's daughter Long Nu and gave birth to a son named Sung Lam. After Kinh Duong Vuong passed the throne to Sung Lam, ie Lac Long Quan. After Lac Long Quan took out a fairy girl to lay out and cover a hundred eggs and hatched a hundred children. This is the ancestor of the Bach Viet people. State of Van Lang: After the "union" period disintegrated, around the 7th century BC, the Lac Viet people living in the North of Vietnam have now built their own state. It was the Van Lang state ruled by the Hung Kings and stationed in Phong Chau (Phu Tho today). Thuc Dynasty (257 BC - 208 BC): Around the 3rd century BC, Thuc Phan was the leader of the Au Lac tribe and joined the 18th Hung King to defeat the invading army of the Qin Dynasty. King Hung gave the throne to Thuc Phan, merging the two countries Au Viet and Lac Viet into Au Lac. Thuc Phan ascended to the throne and took the title An Duong Vuong, founded the Thuc Dynasty, and was stationed at Co Loa. The Northern period belonged to the I (208 BC - 39) Trieu Dynasty (208 BC - 111 BC): Trieu Da was the governor of Nam Hai district (now Quang Dong), when the Qin dynasty was weakened, they kept the Nam Hai district and then took the army to annex the territories of Âu Lạc. Man Viet and Que Lam district established the Trieu Dynasty, named the country Nam Viet, the capital was Phien Ngung, proclaimed equal to the Han Dynasty in China. Despite being the king of the foreign clan, Trieu Da sided with the Vietnamese people in the war against the Han Dynasty. Han Dynasty (111 BC - 39): In 111 BC, Han Vu De sent over 10,000 troops to annex South Vietnam. The Trieu officials knelt down to beg for goods and the South Vietnamese were annexed into Han territory. The Han Dynasty divided South Vietnam into 9 districts including Dam Nhi, Chu Nhai (Hainan Island, present-day China), Nanhai, Hefei, Uat Lam, Thuong Ngo (all belonged to Guangdong, Guangxi, China. present), Giao Chi (North Vietnam, Vietnam today), Cuu Chan (Thanh Hoa-Nghe Tinh, Vietnam today), Nhat Nam (Quang Binh-Quang Nam, Vietnam today). They have governed our people with a brutal and harsh policy. Trung Nu Vuong (40 - 43) This was a typical uprising in this period led by the sisters Trung Trac and Trung Nhi. Within 3 years under the leadership of two women, our army captured 65 strongholds in districts of Giao Chi, Cuu Chan, Nhat Nam, Hop Pho. After that, the Han dynasty sent General Ma Vien to suppress the uprising. Due to being isolated and the army was still in its infancy, the two women could not resist Ma Vien's army and died at Hat River to maintain their temper. Second Northern period (43 - 543) Through dynasties such as Dong Han, Dong Ngo, Tan, Luu Tong, Nam Te, Luong. Typically during this period there was the uprising of Mrs. Trieu in 248 against Dong Ngo, the uprising of Ly Truong Nhan - Ly Thuc Hien brothers from 468 to 485 against the Luu Tong, Nam Te. Tien Ly House (544-602) In 542 Ly Bi uprising and defeated the Luong dynasty. Ly Nam De (544-548): After defeating the Luong's army three times in the spring of 544, Ly Bi proclaimed the emperor, Ly Nam De, named the country

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