Photos of Hanoi's Liberation Day in 1954
Hundreds of photos of celebrations across the capital city of the glorious victory on October 10, 1954 are on display at Hoa Lo Prison in Hanoi to mark the 64th anniversary of Hanoi's Liberation Day.
Hanoians decorate the streets to prepare for the day when the Vietnamese army took over the capital city from French colonialists in 1954.
A tailor’s shop in Hanoi makes national flags.
The victory military troops march into the capital city on liberation day on October 10, 1954
Vietnamese soldiers head to Hang Gai Street.
The troops were warmly welcomed by locals of Hanoi
The day of October 10, 1954 became a historical milestone of the capital city
Children went down the street to greet the victory troops
Hanoi was flooded with national flag and flowers on the liberation day
Hanoians are filled with joy as they warmly welcome soldiers on Dinh Tien Hoang Street.
The Vietnamese army took over the capital city from French colonialists whilst in poured with rain.
Hanoi students on Trang Tien Street
Hundreds of locals gather at Nga Tu So Street to sing revolutionary songs.
Locals wait for Vietnamese soldiers to liberate the capital city at Dong Kinh Nghia Thuc Square.
The Vietnamese army took over Ha Dong town on October 6, 1954.
The Vietnamese army took over Hang Trong post.
Welcome gate on Cau Go Street
Young children warmly welcome Vietnamese soldiers.