During that first half of May, security officers coming from the North intensified their investigation into the whole lot of my alleged blood-debts. Day and night, they were never at all tired of accusing me on proofs of sin-commitment archived by their secret agents, the uncovered comrades working so long ago for them inside RVN Governments at all levels.
David KOLZION takes you into a world of political intrigue, violence, and redemption with his unforgettable autobiography Memoir 1975-2005.
KOLZION was a lecturer at the Dalat University in Vietnam when the Communists took over Dalat city in March of 1975. Immediately put under the Communists' strict surveillance for an undetermined amount of time, KOLZION endured their severe investigation into his alleged blood-debts against the Vietnamese people.
KOLIZON escaped from Dalat in 1980 and then from Vietnam ten years later. He was a political refugee at the Galang Refugee Camp of Indonesia from 1990 to1993. In 1993, he became a permanent resident in Australia and then renamed himself KOLZION in 1994. Full of intriguing and historical details, Memoir 1975-2005 will captivate your spirit.