Hoàng Cao Khải (Vietnamese: [hwâːŋ kaːw xa᷉ːj], ; 1850, Đức Thọ District – 1933) was a viceroy of Tonkin (locally known as Bắc Kỳ), the northernmost of the three parts of Vietnam under French colonial rule. He is best known for his role in helping the French authorities to hunt down Phan Đình Phùng, the leading Vietnamese revolutionary of the time.[1]


  1. ^ Hoàng Văn Đào -Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang: A Contemporary History of a National ... - Page 109 2008 "It was Hoàng Cao Khải who volunteered serve French imperialists to suppress the “Văn Thân Movement“ and The- Devotion-To-King Movement, “Phong Trào Cần Vương.” He is as guilty as his grandfather..."

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