Exhibition “76 years of payment of gratitude” held in Hue
PSNews - The exhibition “76 years of payment of gratitude” is being held at the Chin Ham historical site, Hue City to mark the 76th anniversary of War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
The exhibition is a cultural activity to pay tribute to war heroes, martyrs, war invalids and people who have contributed to the national liberation and defence.
It also aims to honour wounded and sick soldiers, martyrs' families and people with meritorious services to the revolutionary cause, who have overcome difficulties, actively participated in patriotic emulation movements and continued to devote strength and wisdom to the cause of national construction.
A variety of activities are taking place within the framework of the event, including a thematic exhibition with nearly 80 documents and images on display, highlighting the attention of President Ho Chi Minh and the leaders of the Party and State to war invalids, martyrs and people with meritorious services to the revolutionary cause.
Books, cultural and artistic works on the topic of war invalids and martyrs, revolutionary families and people with meritorious services are also showcased at the exhibition.
Chin Ham (Nine Bunkers) is located in Thien Thai mount, Ngu Tay hamlet, Thuy An commune (An Tay ward today), Hue city. It used to serve as a weapon depot of French colonialists in 1941. After Japanese coup d'état in French Indochina in 1945, Japanese fascism took all weapons away. Then, the bunkers were abandoned.