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  1. Vietnamese đồng - Wikipedia

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    The word đồng is from the material which the pennies were made (bronze), The term refers to Chinese bronze coins used as currency during the dynastic periods of China and Vietnam. The term hào is a loanword from the Chinese háo (Chinese: 毫), meaning a tenth of a currency unit. The term xu comes from French sous meaning "penny".

    • xu, both subunits have been unused in Vietnam for several years
    • hào
    • 500₫, 1,000₫, 2,000₫, 5,000₫, 10,000₫, 20,000₫, 50,000₫, 100,000₫, 200,000₫, 500,000₫
    • VND
  2. North Vietnamese đồng - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The đồng (/ ˈdɒŋ /; Vietnamese: [ɗôŋm]) was the currency of North Vietnam from 3 November 1946 to 2 May 1978. It was subdivided into 10 hào, each itself divided into 10 xu.

    • xu
    • 2, 5 xu, 1, 2, 5 hào, 1, 2, 5, 10 đồng
    • hào
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  4. South Vietnamese đồng - Wikipedia

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    • First đồng, 1953 to 1975
    • Second đồng, 1975 to 1978

    The đồng was the currency of South Vietnam from 1953 to 2 May 1978. It was subdivided into 100 xu, also written su.

    In 1953, the Vietnam branch of the Institut d'Emission des Etats du Cambodge, du Laos et du Vietnam issued notes dual denominated in piastre and đồng. At the same time, the two other branches of the Bank made similar issues with the riel in Cambodia and the kip in Laos ...

    Following the defeat of South Vietnam by North Vietnamese forces, the first đồng was replaced by a new currency, known as the "liberation đồng", at a rate of 1 liberation đồng = 500 first đồng on September 22, 1975. The liberation đồng circulated until May 2, 1978, when the two Vietnamese currencies merged and the liberation đồng was replaced by the new Vietnamese đồng at a rate of 1 new đồng = 0.8 liberation đồng.

    • 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 đồng
    • Đ., $
    • 10, 20, 50 xu, 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 đồng
  5. Vietnamese đồng — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The đồng was also the currency of the predecessor states of North Vietnam and South Vietnam, having replaced the previously used French Indochinese piastre. Formerly, it was subdivided into 10 hào , which were further subdivided into 10 xu , neither of which are now used.

  6. Talk:Vietnamese đồng - Wikipedia

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    Đồng 2000 đồng tiền Việt Nam.png Participate in the deletion discussions at the nomination pages linked above. — Community Tech bot ( talk ) 05:11, 9 February 2020 (UTC)

  7. Vietnámi đồng – Wikipédia

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    Vietnámi đồng A Wikipédiából, a szabad enciklopédiából A vietnámi đồng (vietnámiul đồng Việt Nam) Vietnám hivatalos pénzneme. A váltópénzek már oly csekély értékűek, hogy nem hoznak újabbakat forgalomba.

    • 2,4% (2016 június)
  8. Đồng Sĩ Nguyên - Wikipedia

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    Đồng Sĩ Nguyên, also spelled Đồng Sỹ Nguyên, other name Nguyễn Hữu Vũ (1 March 1923 – 4 April 2019), was a Vietnamese soldier and politician.He was Deputy Prime Minister of Vietnam, a member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam, lieutenant-general of the North Vietnamese Army, and minister of transport of Vietnam.

  9. dong - Wiktionary

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    Apr 12, 2021 · Borrowed from Vietnamese đồng, from Middle Chinese 銅 (duwng, “copper”) (compare Mandarin 铜 (tóng)), from Old Chinese 銅 (*lˁoŋ).

  10. Battle of Đồng Xoài - Wikipedia

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    The Battle of Đồng Xoài (Vietnamese: Trận Đồng Xoài) was a major battle fought during the National Liberation Front Summer Offensive of 1965 as part of the Vietnam War. The battle took place in Phước Long Province , South Vietnam , between June 9 and 13, 1965.