Tran Binh Trong – The Vietnamese General against Mongol Invaders

Tran Binh Trong

Trần Bình Trọng (13th century) was a member of the royal family of the Tran Dynasty. This gallant general died on the battlefield during the 2nd war of resistance against the Yuan-Mongols (1285).

Captured by the enemy, he refused to surrender and stated: “I had rather be a phantom of the South (Việt Nam) than the king of the North (China)”.
Captured by the enemy, he refused to surrender and stated: “I had rather be a phantom of the South (Việt Nam) than the king of the North (China)”.

Captured by the enemy, he refused to surrender and stated: “I had rather be a phantom of the South (Việt Nam) than the king of the North (China)”.

Tran Binh Trong Street Hanoi
Tran Binh Trong Street Hanoi
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