Phạm Bành (chữ Hán: 范澎; 1827–1887) was a Vietnamese anti-French nationalist revolutionary, who led the Can Vuong's military operations in Thanh Hóa Province in north central Vietnam.[1] He surrendered after his mother and children were captured to gain their release and then committed suicide.


  1. ^ Viet Nam Quoc Dan Dang: A Contemporary History "Tống Duy Tân, Phạm Bành, and Đinh Công Tráng (in Thanh Hóa), "