Nguyễn Xuân Ôn (1825–1889) was a Vietnamese anti-French nationalist revolutionary, who led the Cần Vương's military operations in Kim Liên in north central Vietnam. He was captured after a former bodyguard was caught by the French and forced to lead an attack on On's headquarters in 1887. He was jailed and died in custody.
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