Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 11 năm 2015

Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 11 năm 2015 có các bài viết của các tác giả Trương Tấn Sang, Nguyễn Văn Khánh-Nguyễn Thị Hợp, Nguyễn Thu Hiền, Vũ Duy Mền, Nguyễn Duy Phương, Lê Thị Thảo, Nguyễn Thúy Quỳnh, Phạm Thị Hồng Hà, Văn Ngọc Thành-Phạm Xuân Công




Trương Tấn Sang: Phát biểu của Chủ tịch nước Trương Tấn Sang tại Đại hội Hội Khoa học Lịch sử Việt Nam khóa VII (2015-2020)


Nguyễn Văn Khánh-Nguyễn Thị Hợp: Bùi Kỷ- Một nhà giáo tiêu biểu của Việt Nam trong thế kỷ XX


Nguyễn Thu Hiền: Cầu phong và sách phong trong quan hệ Việt Nam - Trung Quốc dưới triều Trần (1226-1400)


Vũ Duy Mền: Hương ước với việc quản lý ruộng đất ở làng xã đồng bằng Bắc Bộ trước thế kỷ XX


Nguyễn Duy Phương: Triều Minh Mạng với việc tổ chức Lễ trai đàn chẩn tế (1820-1840)


Lê Thị Thảo: Bước đầu tìm hiểu về danh tính thợ đá làng An Hoạch (Thanh Hóa)


Nguyễn Thúy Quỳnh: Các nước xã hội chủ nghĩa với việc tiếp nhận giáo dục và đào tạo lưu học sinh Việt Nam trong kháng chiến chống Mỹ, cứu nước (1954-1975)


Phạm Thị Hồng Hà: Vai trò của hệ thống ngân hàng thương mại Việt Nam Cộng hòa đơi với sự gia tăng hàng hóa tiêu dùng ở miền Nam Việt Nam (1955-1975)


Văn Ngọc Thành-Phạm Xuân Công: Phản ứng của Liên Xô với cuộc chiến tranh Ấn Độ - Trung Quốc năm 1962




Bui Ky - The Typical Teacher of Vietnam in the Twentieth Century

Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Khanh

Nguyen Thi Hop

VNU-University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Hanoi


During the Vietnamese education history for over 10 centuries, Bui Ky obtained Junior Doctor from the old education, and he was also trained by modern knowledge of the Western educational programs in France.

Together with teaching activities, Bui Ky is also man of culture, educator, actively engaging in and contributing to the process of the Vietnamese revolution, resistance war and nation building in Vietnam. Nonetheless, it remains comprehensively and systematically unstudied on him and his career.

Based on various sources of material, this article seeks to introduce the comprehensive and more objective research about his life and cause.


Seeking for Imperial and Imperial Recognition in Sini-Vietnamese Relations

under Tran Dynasty (1226-1400)

Dr. Nguyen Thu Hien

Faculty of History

Hanoi National University of Education


To keep the peaceful relations, the Tran dynasty (r.1226-1400) used the seeking for imperial from China. The Tran’s method applied for China Song-Yuan-Ming dynasties in seeking for imperial and receiving the imperial recognition was not a common way. With Song dynasty, there was the change in the Tran’s policy from 1260. The relations between Tran and Yuan dynasties came to be interrupted on these activities. Due to reasons, Tran dynasty went on seeking for imperial from Ming and Mings also took the imperial to Tran’s king.


Village Conventions and Land Management in the Northern Delta Villages Before Twentieth Century

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Vu Duy Men

Institute of History, VASS


Although there are a few descriptions of village conventions on public land in the North Vietnam delta before the twentieth century, this is paid greatly attention in communal village regulations properly and efficiently.

In fact, Vietnamese villages after having deducted a part of the land areas for study encouragement, deity worshipping, Buddhist worshipping, civil rites, land for Confucian scholars group… by rating, were gradually divided into various components, depending on public land area under existing conventions, equally shared land… Village conventions and public land regime attached to members in village community in everlasting and long-term development.


Minh Mang’s Dynasty and the Lễ Trai đàn chẩn tế Ritual (1820 - 1840)

Nguyen Duy Phuong, MA

University of Education, Da Nang University


Among the rituals of Buddhism, Lễ Trai đàn chẩn tế ceremony was held by the feudal dynasties of Vietnam in the largest scale. Through understanding the ceremony organized by Minh Mang’s dynasty, the article seeks to reproduce some features of this ritual from the courtier organization to its rites, as well as time, venue, function, simultaneously to highlight its purposes and characteristics. By doing it, it shows the attitudes of King Minh Mang on Buddhism and the vitality of this religion in the spiritual life of the Vietnamese nation and people.



A Study on the Quarrymen’s Fullname of An Hoach Village (Thanh Hoa)

Le Thi Thao, MA

University of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Thanh Hoa


The An Hoach village is an ancient village situated in the “near city and near market” of the southwestern city of Thanh Hoa, renowning for valued and rare stones so called "Thanh stone". Nhoi stone rocks in the An Hoach village and high-grade products from such stones made by these villagers surpassed other craft products and remembered in a series of unique stone products. The precious raw materials of An Hoach village, the talented artisans carved identities stored in featured products, especially in stone steles.

A study therefore on quarrymen of the An Hoach village also contributes to great significances to promote their values created in history.


The Socialist Countries with the Receipt of Vietnamese Students of Studying Abroad for Education and Training in the Resistance War against the U.S Imperialism for National Salvation (1954-1975)

Dr. Nguyen Thuy Quynh

Institute of History, VASS


In the period from 1954 to 1975, for the practical requirements of the country, along with the enlargement of the education system in the country, the sending of students for training abroad, especially in Socialist countries became a special priority of the government of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. The Socialist countries accepted and helped the Government of Vietnam Democratic Republic to train a good number of scientists, officials, engineers and workers at all levels from upper, middle levels to colleges, universities and graduates. The article seeks to reappraise the significant assistance of the socialist countries and to initially give some experience to cooperate on the present-day education and training of Vietnam.


The Role of Republic of Vietnam’s Commercial Banking System to the Increase of Consume Goods

in South Vietnam (1955-1975)

Pham Thi Hong Ha, MA

Institute of History, VASS


This article aims to examine the huge and rapid expansion in the flow of Western brand-name consumer goods to the major markets of the Republic of South Vietnam (RVN) in the 1960s. The main question that I seek to address is the mechanisms and particularly the agents/factors that conditioned such a remarkable expansion in a short period of time. In the scholarship by Vietnamese authors, the surge of Western goods was simply the result of the massive American aid to the RVN in the context of the Vietnam War. Such an explanation, however, may easily lead to a misunderstanding that the growing flow of Western goods was simply a direct transfer based on a give-and-take mechanism, in which the United States simply loaded goods on ocean-liners and delivered to the RVN government.

This article argues that the flow of Western goods to South Vietnamese markets was a much more complicated process conditioned by and involving a number of agents. I particularly focus on the role of the South Vietnam’s commercial banking system, the main supplier of capital and hard currency to Vietnamese importers, who played centrally in the import of Western goods to South Vietnam under the US-funded Commercial Import Program (CIP).


Soviet Union with India and China War in 1962

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Van Ngoc Thanh

Hanoi National University of Education

Pham Xuan Cong

Department of Education and Training in Lao Cai Province


The article is the focus on solving the problems related to the border war between China and India in 1962. By doing so, it seeks to raise comments on the views of the Soviet Union for this event. From the starting point of a socialist country like China, together with a good relation with the Republic of India, the attitude of the Soviet Union thus made certain changes from support to oppose and so on.


Giáo sư Văn Tạo (1926 - 2017) (12/04/2017)

Giáo sư Văn Tạo, tên thật là Nguyễn Xuân Đào, sinh ngày 29 tháng 4 năm 1926, tại La Tỉnh, huyện Tứ Kỳ, tỉnh Hải Dương, công tác ở Ban Văn Sử Địa từ ngày 8 tháng 12 năm 1953 đến năm 1960, ở Viện Sử học từ năm 1960 đến tháng 12 năm 1999 nghỉ hưu. Công tác Đảng từ năm 1953, Đảng ủy viên Đảng ủy Ủy ban Khoa học Nhà nước (nay là Viện Hàn lâm Khoa học xã hội Việt Nam) 1959-1960.