Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 10 năm 2017

Tạp chí Nghiên cứu Lịch sử số 10 có bài viết của các tác giả: Đổng Thành Danh; Ngô Thị Lan; Nguyễn Văn Chuyên; Đỗ Danh Huấn; Lê Cung - Nguyễn Trung Triều; Nguyễn Đình Lê; Trần Ngọc Dũng; Lê Sơn.




Đổng Thành Danh: Công cuộc mở đất Aiaru – Phú Yên (1597-1611)


Ngô Thị Lan: Tình hình xây dựng các công trình kiến trúc thế kỷ XV – XVIII ở Bắc Việt Nam qua nguồn sử liệu và khảo cổ học


Nguyễn Văn Chuyên: Vài nét về hoạt động giao thương ở bắc miền Trung thế kỷ X – XIX: Trường hợp giao thương ở Hạ lưu sông Lam


Đỗ Danh Huấn: Từ truyền thống đến hiện đại: Những chiều cạnh của văn hóa Hán Nôm trong đời sống một số làng xã hiện nay


Lê Cung – Nguyễn Trung Triều: Phong trào Phật giáo ở Khánh Hòa năm 1963


Nguyễn Đình Lê: Chiến cuộc Việt Nam 1976: Đêm trước thời khắc vang dội của Lịch sử


Trần Ngọc Dũng: Chiến lược và hoạt động của công ty Đông Ấn Anh ở Đông Á và Đại Việt trong hai thập niên đầu thế kỷ XVII


Lê Sơn: Những bài học ý nghĩa của năm 1917





Phu Yen Land Opening (1597 - 1611)



Dong Thanh Danh

Cham Culture Research Center (Ninh Thuan)


Phu Yen belonged to Champa so-called Aiaru 400 years ago. In 1558, Nguyen Hoang went to Thuan - Quang in order to build a self-governance regime and to turn Thuan- Quang into a rich and prosperous region in the one hand, and continued the ancestors' policies of land opening in the other hand. His first mission was to issue an ordonnance to organize immigrants to Aiaru in 1597, marked an important precondition for the process of establishing the sovereignty in Phu Yen. In 1611, the Lord appointed Van Phong to fight Champa and officially merged the Aiaru land into Cochinchina and then Phu Yen was established.



Construction Activities in North Vietnam (Tonkin) in the 15th and 18th Centuries (through Western Bibliography,

Documents and Archeology)


Dr. Ngo Thi Lan

Institute of Archeology, VASS


The article seeks to collect ancient bibliographical sources and Western documents in the 17th and 18th centuries, and archaeological findings in the 15th and 18th centuries, and to study on construction activities and materials through such dynasties as early Le dynasty (15th century, early 16th century), Mac dynasty (16th century) and Le Trung Hung (17th - 18th centuries). Western merchants' records contributed to information about the lord's palace, common houses, streets and foreigners' factories built in the 17-18 centuries. This study also aims to better the history and the culture of the 15th and 18th centuries in Thang Long and North Vietnam.




Some Features of the Trade Activities in Central North Vietnam in the 10th-19th Centuries: Tha Case of Trade in Lower Lam River


Nguyen Van Chuyen, MA

PhD student at the VNU University of Social Sciences and Humanities


The Lam River is a large river in the central region, the lower section separating the two provinces of present day Nghe An and Ha Tinh.Trade activities have formed a number of trading ports, including Hoi Thong an Den Huyen which are two early-formed and long-developed ports. In the 17th century, new trade ports were appeared such as Rum wharf, Phu Thach and Trieu Khau. Prior to the 19th century, it seemed that only Hoi Thong remained as a trading port. The commodity exchanges in the lower Lam River were also diverse, ranging from forest products to handicrafts and a number of military items. In comparison to commercial ports at the same time, the commercial activities in the lower Lam River were quite vibrant with a long and relatively stable life.



From Tradition to Modern: Dimensions of Han Nom Culture in the Present-day Villages Life


Do Danh Huan, MA

Institute of History, VASS


Along with the national history, Han Nom in the village life has a thickness of several hundred years, influence to such activities of the village residentsas psychology, ideology, social life, emotional and moral as well as such material values as genealogical records, village conventions, horizontal lacquerd boards and parallel sentences at ancestral temples, houses, steles, the merit of building worship facilities such as communal houses, pagodas, temples and streets.

This study, based on a number of published works related to culture, Han Nom in Vietnamese communal villages, especially based on field surveys seeks to focus on two aspects: i> features of Han Nom culture in the old village life; ii> identifications of the changes of Han Nom culture in the present villages life.


The Buddhist Movement in Khanh Hoa in 1963

Assoc. Prof. Dr.  Le Cung

Faculty of History, Hue University of Education

Nguyen Trung Trieu, MA

Nha Trang National College of Pedagogy


Based on specific materials, the article seeks to address the Buddhistcontributions in Khanh Hoa province toward the Buddhist Movement in Southern Vietnam in 1963. From that, the article comes to conclude four basic contents:Firstly, the openning landmark of the Buddhist Movement in Khanh Hoa province and the Buddhist Movement in South Vietnam in 1963 was alike and happened dramatically. Secondly, its essence was not only the democratic - nation but also had factor of satyagraha. Thirdly, the Buddhist Movement in Khanh Hoa province in 1963 had the widely scale, the diversified and abundant form and method in the struggle. Fourthly, it considered as one of the organic bodies of the Buddhist Movement in South Vietnam in 1963.



Strategy and Activities of the British East Indian Company in East Asia and Vietnam in the First Two Decades of the 17th Century


Tran Ngoc Dung, MA

Hanoi National University of Education


The activities of the British East India Company (EIC) during the first two decades of the 17th century is enabled to be considered a good example of exploration and expansion of trade influence in Asia in general, East Asia in particular. At that time, the most important goal of the EIC was to occupy the supply of flavorings and peppers in the fragrant islands and India. At the same time, EIC conducted various commercial trials in Japan, China and Siam. The British also arrived in two areas of Cochinchina, Tonkin, opening up the volatile relationship between the Company and Vietnam's authority.




Vietnam War Situation of 1967: The Resounding Eve

of the Historic Moment

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Dinh Le

 VNU-University of Social Sciences and Humanities

          From an overview on the war situation in Vietnam in 1967, with the remarkable events given the subjective and objective factors, we would like to better appreciate the fact that the event of 1968 took place from historical condition and the root of the War in Vietnam (1954-1975). It is clear that this situation provides with a more objective assessment of the Tet Offensive in 1968.

The article seeks to revisit the general situation in Vietnam, including the forces of the parties, strategies, tactics and the development complexion of the war in Vietnam in 1967. The second part outlines the international context and identifies a number of political and social situations in the United States during the last two years of the Local War. Finally, the article presents the sides' strategies in 1967 - the turning-point year for the sudden mutation in 1968 in the South Vietnam battlefield.




Lessons and Significances of the Year 1917


Interpreted introduced by Assoc. Prof. Le Son

Institute of Social Sciences Infomation, VASS


 We are legitimately proud of our military, but such thoughts in Russian society dated back to 1913. Soon after, great wars won, not in battlefield but in rear. It was the lessons of the revolution not even in 1917 but in 1905.

In this year (2017), the most attention to the February Revolution and the October Revolution is not just due to these events of the celebrations but also to 2017 which marks the presidential election year of Russia, then we will go on what development path leads to our future.


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