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Memories of a museum Part 1- Fighters of a war

The Lugou Bridge Incident was a battle between Japan′s Imperial Army and China′s National Revolutionary Army, marking the beginning of the Sino-Japanese War. After the Lugou Bridge Incident in 1937, a large number of war fighters took into the torrent of anti-Japanese war. Everyone was united against the Japanese. But also by a shared culture of 5,000 years. Jianchuan Museum in Sichuan treasured many historical and revolutionary relics, which beared witness to the dauntless spirit of the Chinese people.

Memories of a museum Part 2- Rising against the torrents

There is a Mainstay Museum which focuses on the CPC′s contributions in the war. At that time CPC′s leadership in the war was essential. It was the pillar of our nation. In today′s program we will visit this Museum and learn lots of war stories at that time.

Memories of a museum Part 3- Battlefront

he Anti-Japanese war claimed over 3.8 million Chinese soldiers, including 260 marshals. Wang Mingzhang and 5,000 Sichuan soldiers fell in the battle. They died for our country. We should do justice to history. So the Frontal Battlefield Hall of Jianchuan Museum was built. Today many hero′s name were put on a list on the wall. So that the Chinese won′t forget the men who devoted their livers to the nation.

Memories of a museum Part 4- Hands of victory

The Anti-Japanese war claimed over 3.8 million Chinese soldiers, including 260 marshals. 5,000 Sichuan soldiers fell in the battle. They died for our country. So Fan Jianchuan built Chinese Veterans′ handprint Square. He collected the handprints of all the veterans. Now he had around 4,000 arranged in a square. These handprints will be remembered here and in our hearts.