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Battle Of Dien Bien Phu
Decisive Viet Minh victoryTermination of French involvement in Indochina Signing of Geneva Conference (1954) End of the First Indochina WarTerritorial changes Vietnam is temporarily divided at the 17th ParallelBelligerents French Union France State of VietnamUndeclared  United States Lao Hmong partisans Viet MinhWeapons and advisors:  China[1]  Soviet Union  East Germany[2]Commanders and leaders Christian de Castries   Pierre Langlais  Charles Piroth † Võ Nguyên Giáp Hoàng Văn Thái Lê Liêm Đặng Kim Giang Lê Trọng Tấn Vuong Thua Vu Hoang Minh Thao Le Quang BaStrengthAs of March 13: 14,000;[3] 20,000 overall 10 tanks ~400 aircraft 37 pilots[4] As of March 13: 49,500 combat personnel 15,000 logistical support personnel[5] 64,500 overallCasualties and losses1,571[6]–2,293 dead 5,195–6,650[7] wounded 1,729 missing[8] 1

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