The “Teacher” by Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh tells concerning the lifetime of intelligence normal Dang Tran Duc from the attitude of a pupil who has acquired many helpful classes from him about find out how to be a human being, be a disciple, and at last be a instructor. be taught a job.
On the morning of March 11, the e book launch ceremony “Teacher” was held by the People’s Army Publishing House, Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh and his household on the Youth Cultural House in Ho Chi Minh City.
The central character within the e book is Mr. Ba Quoc, ie Major General, Hero of the People’s Armed Forces Dang Tran Duc, a wonderful intelligence officer, a proficient revolutionary cadre, absolutely converging the qualities of a spy. He was dubbed the “trump card” of Vietnamese intelligence.
The work “Teacher” was cherished and carried out by the creator for twenty years earlier than being revealed, every web page of the e book is just not solely a easy story about Mr. Ba Quoc but additionally a profound gratitude and respect for the younger instructor. General Nguyen Chi Vinh for the good instructor of his life. Over 20 years of residing near Mr. Ba Quoc, the creator not solely understands intelligence work but additionally has an in depth teacher-student relationship with the character, sufficient for him to put in writing and inform actually good and particular issues about Mr. this particular intelligence normal.
Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh recounted: “For Uncle Ba Quoc, no matter what position a person is in, he has to practice morality, be a good person before doing other things. A very common thing, he taught me that when you love something, love fiercely, love life and death. If you love your country, you are willing to sacrifice for that love, if you love your family, you will live and die for your family, if you love your career, you will live and die with your job. This is something that has been shown continuously in the decades that I have been near Mr. Ba Quoc, I understand that. So when we retired, we worried that he would be sad, but he said there was nothing to be sad about, I lived in intelligence to raise, and when I died, intelligence was buried.”
About his exploits in 20 years of counterintelligence actions within the interval earlier than 1975, readers have kind of identified by two novels “The Intelligence General and His Two Wives” by Nguyen Tran Thiet and “Intelligence not in the air”. should be my occupation” by Khuat Quang Thuy.
The teacher not only talked about Mr. Ba Quoc’s important contributions to the defense intelligence industry but also talked about the loss and silent sacrifice of himself and his family and relatives. They overcame everything, accepting material and spiritual sacrifices so that Mr. Ba Quoc could confidently realize his ideals and serve the country and the people.
From the author’s point of view, Major General Dang Tran Duc is a man who is willing to sacrifice himself for the country, wholeheartedly for his duties, strict about his work but also very enthusiastic and deeply interested in the young generation. With respect and admiration for his teacher, Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh inspired the union members, youth and young generations in Ho Chi Minh City about the love and revolutionary ideals of Major General Dang Tran Duc. , about the belief in the younger generation of the forerunners.
With a capacity of 500 pages, 7-chapter layout in a modern style, it is a story but non-fiction, both like a memoir but also with a chapter novel style. The teacher portrayed the image of Major General Dang Tran Duc and his important contributions to the defense intelligence industry in the struggle for national reunification, national construction and defense.
In the launch of the e book The Teacher, Dr. Le Kien Thanh shared: “The career of intelligence is about endurance and boundless suffering. I once heard the story of a spy who was locked up for 1,000 days in a cesspool. In order to live, he thought of a verse every day, a poem for 1,000 days, it was so terrible. In addition to the heroes being glorified, there are also a series of unnamed stars, those who never appeared, they sacrificed without people knowing. So reading this book, youth must feel, must understand that, not the glory of the intelligence. Sacrificing for an ideal, as Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh said, in the end, that ideal is in the interests of the nation, the nation.”