The Bamboo Gulag Political Imprisonment in Communist Vietnam This comprehensive review of the gulag system instituted in communist Vietnam explores the three pronged approach that was used to convert the rebellious South into a full fledged communist country af

  • Title: The Bamboo Gulag: Political Imprisonment in Communist Vietnam
  • Author: Nghia M. Vo
  • ISBN: 9780786417148
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • This comprehensive review of the gulag system instituted in communist Vietnam explores the three pronged approach that was used to convert the rebellious South into a full fledged communist country after 1975 This book attempts to retrace the path of these imprisoned people from the last months of the war to their escape from Vietnam and explores the emotions that grippedThis comprehensive review of the gulag system instituted in communist Vietnam explores the three pronged approach that was used to convert the rebellious South into a full fledged communist country after 1975 This book attempts to retrace the path of these imprisoned people from the last months of the war to their escape from Vietnam and explores the emotions that gripped them throughout their stay in the camps Individual reactions to the camps varied depending on philosophical, emotional and moral beliefs This reconstruction of those years serves as a memoir for all who were incarcerated in the bamboo gulags.

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    1. This book is about how the North Vietnamese Communist Party treated the people of South Vietnam after the Communists won the war in South Vietnam in 1975. Of the order of 250,000 were executed. About 2,500,000 were placed in "re-education camps" where they were made to do hard physical labour, were underfed, beaten and sometimes killed. Many people were forced out of their homes and made to live in barren areas where they were expected to grow food and build new lodgings. The war loss in 1075 wa [...]

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