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Born to a Catholic family, he was persecuted by the communist government of Enver Hoxha and served some 40 years in prisons and/or internment camps. In newfound freedom in Belgium in 1990, he re-dedicated himself to his artistic and literary work.
- Dhimiter Frangu, Veprat e Shquara te Skenderbeut, Tirana, Arberia, 2005.
- Paolo Jovio, Skenderbeg-Sulltanet e Turkise, New York, Lulu, 2
- Eduard Schneider, Pellazget e pasardhesi e tyre, Tirana, IHPVKA, 2008.
- Julian Amery. The sons of the Eagle, London, 1946.
- Keze Zylo, "Interviste me intelektualin erudit, Lek Pervizi, New York, 2008
- Lek Pervizi, "Il Grande Lamento", Lampi di Stampa, Milano, 2006
- "Le camp de Tepelene", Brussels, 2005.
- Keze Zylo, "Plaget e internimeve ne ferrin komunist", New York, 2008.