Fulton Books author Vienman Van Trong Tran has completed his most recent book "The Identity of a Man Who Lost His Fatherland, and Vietnam War Witnesses Live Magical Stories That Have Never Been Told": an eye-opening look at how the lives of the Vietnamese people were changed forever by the Vietnam War, leading to the loss of their culture and way of life.
"The life of the Vietnamese people or victims: colonialism, capitalism, communism, Christianity. The true Vietnam War witnesses live magical stories that have never been told of the United States and the communists is essentially a religious Christian war with South Vietnamese Buddhism under named ideology. A people with a culture of five thousand years is the fastest in the world to go bankrupt within fifty years," writes Van Trong Tran. "The Vatican and the United States must take responsibility and answer to the world history in the Vietnamese communist invasion and eradication of the Vietnamese people."
Published by Fulton Books, Vienman Van Trong Tran's book is a thought-provoking examination of the devastation and losses that were endured by the people of Vietnam, and how the rest of the world must respond to right the wrongs incurred upon them.
Readers who wish to experience this poignant work can purchase "The Identity of a Man Who Lost His Fatherland, and Vietnam War Witnesses Live Magical Stories That Have Never Been Told" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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Original Source: Vienman Van Trong Tran's New Book 'The Identity of a Man Who Lost His Fatherland' Explores the Stories of Those in Vietnam Whose Lives Were Torn Apart by the Vietnam War