Beijing October 20: veterans will last forever: veterans participating in the war to resist U.S. aggression and aid Korea visited the theme exhibition commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Chinese people’s Volunteer Army’s war abroad < / P > < p > 70 years ago, they crossed the Yalu River, fought against U.S. aggression and helped Korea and defend the country. Today, they specially come to visit the “commemorating the great victory, safeguarding peace and justice – Commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Chinese people’s Volunteer Army’s fighting against US aggression and aiding Korea” which is being held here. < / P > < p > “after watching this exhibition, I feel like I’m back on the battlefield.” The 92 year old Lu Changhao was extremely excited when he saw the activity area division map of the US made medium-sized tanks captured by the volunteers. He was the commander of the third regiment of the second artillery division. He often needed to use the map to direct the shooting. “It’s so familiar. This exhibition is very real. Young people should come to see it, not forget the history, remember the heroes and heroines, and work hard.” During the visit, Liu Jian, an old tank soldier, was “unable to see down for several times”. He had participated in the battle of laotushan, Lianchuan County, north of the Yellow Sea in North Korea. < / P > < p > “I don’t dare to recall, it’s too much sacrifice.” Liu Jian said, “at that time, our weapons and equipment were not as good as people’s, and it would be good for infantry to have an old gun. But it was under such difficult conditions that we were brave and indomitable, gave up our lives and gave up our national prestige, military prestige and great power status. What did we rely on? It’s our perseverance, our determination and our belief in winning! ” The novel coronavirus taken after the battle of
17 years after the war, the photos of mutual salute with the medical staff and the discharge certificate issued by the hospital of Mount God. Four items related to volunteer veteran Zhang Zhaotang are on display. < p > < p > standing in front of the display cabinet, Zhang Zhaotang showed the original black-and-white photos to. After novel coronavirus pneumonia, I was fighting for another battle, and I won the battle again. The old man said that the belief that the volunteers dare to fight and win has always been imprinted on him. When he was hospitalized, he told the stories of the war years to the soldiers in white, also to encourage each other. Looking at the picture of Korean Aunt Li and volunteer soldier Zhang Xiwu embracing and saying goodbye, sun Xiude, an old volunteer soldier, remembers an old Korean mother he met on the third day of fighting in Korea. < / P > < p > “at that time, the troops were camping. Two of my comrades and I saw a house and wanted to sleep in. When we arrived at the door, we found that there was an old Korean mother living in it. We could only show her our meaning to her. She raised her hand and gathered us into the house before we finished the demonstration.” Sun Xiude, 92, is hale and hearty, and has a clear mind. He recalls that the old Korean mother gave them face washing water, covered them with quilts while they were sleeping, and filled their kettle with boiling water when they left. < / P > < p > “I saw that our cooks had caught prisoners with kitchen knives, and the members of the literary troupe had captured prisoners with violins.” Sun Xiude, then the auditor of the Logistics Department of the 38th army, said that at that time, the volunteers wanted to give full play to their greatest value in the battlefield, and did their utmost to protect the dignity of the motherland and the nation. Zhang Jiujie, the eighth artillery officer stationed in the first battle. “At that time, we would rather starve and thirsty and eat a handful of snow when we were hungry or thirsty. We even fought in single clothes at minus 25 degrees Celsius, but we fought bravely for our country.” < / P > < p > “I miss my old comrades in arms who died for our country in such a difficult and difficult situation, and they will live in our hearts forever.” Zhang Hanjie’s voice choked.