Le Van Duyet


Le Van Duyet
(1763, provincia de Quang Ngai, Vietnam–30 jul. 1832, Saigón).

Estratega militar y funcionario gubernamental vietnamita. Estuvo desde su juventud vinculado a la corte de Vietnam. Se desempeñó como asesor de sucesivos emperadores y ayudó al príncipe Nguyen Anh (el futuro emperador Gia Long, fundador de la dinastía Nguyen) a conquistar la totalidad de Vietnam, mediante el uso de técnicas militares y armamentos occidentales. Se opuso a la persecución de los misioneros católicos ordenada por el sucesor de Giam Long; fue enjuiciado en forma póstuma por su actitud desafiante, pero después se le rindieron honores.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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