The Red Earth

The Red Earth

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Phu Rieng was one of many French rubber plantations in colonial Vietnam; Tran Tu Binh was one of 17, 606 laborers brought to work there in 1927, and his memoir is a straightforward, emotionally searing account of how one Vietnamese youth became involved in revolutionary politics. The connection between this early experience and later activities of the author becomes clear as we learn that Tran Tu Binh survived imprisonment on Con Son island to help engineer the general uprising in Hanoi in 1945. The Red Earth is the first of dozens of such works by veterans of the 1924a€“45 struggle in Vietnam to be published in English translation. It is important reading for all those interested in the many-faceted history of modern Vietnam and of communism in the non-Western world.The Red Earth is the first of dozens of such works by veterans of the 1924a€“45 struggle in Vietnam to be published in English translation.


Title:The Red Earth
Author: Tu Binh Tran, Hà Ân
Publisher:Ohio University Center for International Studies - 1985
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