Nơi lưu giữ những kỉ niệm của ông bà, cha mẹ, tới thế hệ con, cháu... và của từng gia đình nhỏ;
Nơi trao đổi tâm tư, tình cảm, gìn giữ nề nếp, gia phong, truyền thống tốt đẹp của cha mẹ, gia đình.
Gia đình năm 1960 ở Hà Nội
Gia đình chụp kỉ niệm ở Hiệu ảnh Quốc tế Bờ Hồ, Hà Nội, năm 1960. (Từ trái qua, hàng trước: Hữu Nghị, Thành Công, Kiến Quốc, Hạnh Phúc. Hàng sau: Kháng Chiến, Cha, Thắng Lợi, Yên Hồng và Mẹ bế Việt Trung).
Thứ Bảy, 15 tháng 3, 2014
Góp ý của các nhà nghiên cứu về cuốn sách của Eric Panthou (Dịch: Ben)
" Here we have a double entry book : first, the long autobiographical of a top communist politician Tran Tu Binh (" Phu Riêng , Red : the story of a revolt on a Michelin plantation in Indochina in 1930 " published in Vietnamese in 1965 ), secondly, the deep recent study of the expert of the social history of the Puy-de-Dôme, Éric Panthou (" the Sources of particularism at Michelin plantations in Indochina ,from their origin to 1939 " ) . The disparate nature of these texts, and their own differences , make a fascinating whole, extremely informative , both on the facts as they memorial and political refraction. [ ]
If we want to have a more nuanced view (which does not mean complacent , we'll see later) and broader view of the colonial rubber plantations , we therefore will turn instead towards Eric Panthou , successively bringing its analysis on rationality economic status and treatment of their workforce , and finally on the political consequences - tensions and protests - violence that is exercised there . "
Jean- Louis Margolin , Lecturer , University of Aix- Marseille, IrAsia , Monsoon , No. 22 , 2013 , p. 173-177.
" In the second part , the historian Eric Panthou gathered almost all the documentation available on the Michelin plantations in Indochina during the colonial era . The picture firstly apocalyptic becomes nuanced : mortality was such that he had to provide a minimum rest these coolies , then treat them well ... The settlement was one of the phases of capitalist globalization . "
Alain Ruscio , historian, specialist of decolonization in Indochina. Extract Review published in Le Monde Diplomatique , August 2013.
"This book combines historical analysis and testimony in mirror is an original contribution of great interest to better know and understand yesterday’s Indochina and today's Vietnam . "
Jeanne -Marie Amat- Roze ( reviews of the Academy of Overseas Sciences)
"It is a well-documented academic work on a forgotten social history of Clermont multinational face . [ ] This is a new approach to social policy Michelin colonial context, Where this study takes you"
Caroline Herbelin , Letter to French Association for Research on Asia South East in 2013 , No. 83
" Eric Panthou , which annotates very honestly about old former rebel then develops 180 pages a very detailed academic work order to examine the historical conditions that led to the Michelin manage its own rubber plantations in Indochina . Aligning the figures , crossing sources , accumulating data , the author focuses on two plantations "models" of Michelin , the Phu Dau Tieng Riêng and to emphasize how Clermont Taylorism superimposed colonial methods results in these labor camps where the " engaged" is not a number, to a forced labor and a totally dehumanized treatment where only the industrial violence is law.
This is probably what interests focus on the direct responsibility of the Michelin family in the development, from Clermont -Ferrand , a colonial operating system relentless economic logic too far from the events of February 1930 Phu Riêng and their Vietnamese context .  As a methodic historian , Eric Panthou , reduces too much to what happened in Phu Riêng to a simple strike and only incidentally evokes repression as it applies " across the colony. " [ ]
But the important thing is that reading this book gives enough information to think otherwise : that the lives of thousands of men and women who are denied humanity , labor systematically discredited , abused and exploited on a French rubber plantation in the thirties . "
Philippe Dumond , Travel Vietnam , No. 37, June 2013, p. 44-45 .
" This story [of Tran Tu Binh ] help to understand in great detail how the events were experienced by a major player in the movement and is a rare source on the lives of workers in the Michelin plantations. By its very nature, this story contains many exaggerations , highlighted by Eric Panthou in footnotes and page study is the second part of the book. [ ]
The study Eric Panthou allows to show how adaptation metropolitan practices Michelin in Indochina led to a particular system, marked by violence , to oppose the "spirit Michelin " of Clermont- Ferrand . From a purely formal point of view , we may regret the absence of diacritical accents , which leaves no surprise in a book on Việt Nam , which seeks to give back to local communities throughout their place, and elsewhere succeeds. "
" Congratulations for your work, " The Michelin plantations in Viet Nam " I read with great interest . You had the great idea to make accessible to everyone Tran Tu Binh's testimony . As for your own contribution , we see that you have tried to be objective , honest and critical. The sources you quote will be valuable for those who wish further reading. You also corrected some inaccuracies and exaggerations "
HO Quang Hai , Professor of Economics at the University of Reunion, author in 1982 of the thesis entitled The Role of French investments in the creation of capitalist production sector in southern Vietnam