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General Vang Pao: An Illustration of His Remarkable Life

Compiled, designed & written by
Noah Vang
2nd Edition

Foreword by
B. Hugh Tovar
Former CIA Chief of Station in Laos (1970-1973)

Chief contributions by
Lia Vang
Xang Vang


SINCE I WAS 13 YEARS OLD, I GAVE MY LIFE TO MY PEOPLE.”

General Vang Pao
Westminster, California
2008


This hardcover 412-page illustrated book is personal and special; and consists of General Vang Pao's brief history, photographs, and quotes from those who had worked closely with him. Although every hour of General Vang Pao's devoted public service is not documented, we did what we could with the amount of resources we had compiling this manuscript. We truly thanked everyone who has and will continue to contribute in the making this project possible. This is only the beginning, and we look forward to going beyond our expectations.


THE GVP PROJECT

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Our Mission

Our mission is to educate, promote, and preserve our Hmong leader General Vang Pao's life, legacy, and vision for today and the future.


Support Our Project

As a close friend of the General and former Ramsey County Sheriff, Bob Fletcher, stated during GVP’s funeral services in California in 2011, “I have never seen a leader like General Vang Pao who dedicated his entire life to his people. He made sure his people had all the opportunities to reach and achieve their dreams.”

Although we tried to capture as much of General Vang Pao's life as possible, we realized we could only include those photos--some never revealed to the public before--which we felt would tell the most compelling story about this great, yet enigmatic man and the people he served.

"It is beautiful work of literary art and a worthy tribute to the general. It shows his deep love for the Hmong people, and it reflects their deep love for him as well as pride in his accomplishments...," writes former CIA Chief of Station, B. Hugh Tovar, in 20012. "The book will always be a source of pride and place of honor in my own household."


Own A Piece Of Hmong-American History

HOW TO ORDER: This book is one-of-a-kind, and there are several methods to order your copy. You can order the book by using paypal via sendhmong@gmail.com or send order request by completing this form. *
HOW TO ORDER: This book is one-of-a-kind, and there are several methods to order your copy. You can order the book by using paypal via sendhmong@gmail.com or send order request by completing this form.
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Own A Piece Of Hmong-American History

Only $60 includes shipping & handling. Book is hardcover. Payment can be made via PayPal or by request at sendhmong@gmail.com or call/text to 651.621.0006.

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This poster was created as a gift, presented to community leaders and members (2010 / Courtesy GVP Family.



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