Suddenly I met a person whom I have known since I was with the Cai Luong troupe in the South. My name is Vu Van Thiet. Worked with a Japanese trading company, ATAKA, before and after the Japanese coup. Then he followed the Revolution as a Politician in Zone VIII in the South. At the same time I was in the South and returned to the North, he also came out from Area VIII, the two met in Quang Ngai. When the national resistance war occurred, he worked at the Ministry of Agriculture in Tuyen Quang. When he met me in Bac Kan, Vu Van Thiet changed to Director of Foreign Trade Department. When he saw me, he hurriedly went to eat and finished the meal, he took me to a place with an opium lamp for two guys to smoke. Between cigarettes, she confided in me about an unfortunate incident that had befallen her. Because he wants to help a friend’s wife, giving this person some cotton, he is being convicted of selling government goods. It is not known when the police will come to arrest him. It seems to have gone numb. Sure enough, the next day it disappeared. On the 7th of October, 47, I was on a business trip to a place 10 kilometers away from the town when I heard that the French Army parachuted into Bac Kan.
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