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Veterans recall the Songhu Anti-Japanese War: I will fight if the country needs it
Fun history2016-09-26 17:27:38

After a lapse of 76 years, elderly Zeng Xiangao returned to Wusongkou for the first time yesterday. 76 years ago, he participated in the Shanghai-Shanghai War as the captain of the death squad. Recalling that year, the elderly who were in their mid-90s couldn't bear the tears .

Yesterday was the 76th anniversary of the Songhu Anti-Japanese War. Baoshan District held a series of commemorative activities at the Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall, and invited three veterans who participated in the Songhu Anti-Japanese War for the first time to the scene. "They still have the feelings of that year, but this group is slowly disappearing." Shen Jianzhong, secretary of the Shanghai Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial, said that 750,000 Chinese soldiers who participated in the Songhu Battle that year are only about 30 people alive today.

Due to various reasons, many veterans who had fought hard to defend the country and lived in the country did not live well in their old age. The Shanghai Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Museum visited a large number of anti-Japanese war veterans in recent years, and found that many elderly people had difficulties living.

Compared with economic constraints, loneliness is a bigger heart disease that plagues many veterans. Elder Xie Tianyou, an ordinary soldier who had experienced the entire course of the Anti-Japanese War that year, had two shrapnel left over from the battle so far. As one of the guests invited to the Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall, the old man showed the bullet marks on his body to reporters, and eloquently recalled the combat experience that year.

The daughter on the side quietly told reporters that this was the first time his father accepted public respect as a veteran. Previously, he had received little attention after going through bumps.

After demobilization and return home in 1950, Xie Tianyou worked as a farmer in his hometown in Zhejiang until he was 80 years old. In recent years, a group of civilian volunteers began to pay attention to the anti-Japanese war group. Sang Jianzhong, a volunteer from Haining, Zhejiang, approached Xie Tianyou to provide living services and assistance to the elderly, which was very grateful to the elderly daughters.

Yesterday, a number of volunteers from Shanghai, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Guizhou and other places were also invited to the Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Hall to introduce their experiences of seeking and helping the anti-Japanese war veterans.

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Not only did they provide financial assistance to veterans living in difficulties, they also spontaneously produced a "commemorative victory medal" and certificates for veterans; after several efforts, the group of veterans of the War of Resistance also gradually gained social awareness and recognition.

"I came into the world of anti-Japanese war veterans with gratitude. There were surprises, laughter, and tears in the search." Shanghai volunteer Yu Yang firmly believed that this was a "meaningful thing" and "the veterans felt young They haven't forgotten them. They firmly believe that their choice was correct. "

Sang Jianzhong, who has visited several anti-Japanese war veterans, urged all sectors of society to give this group more understanding and care. "Every day passes, this number may decrease. We need more actions for them to be honored and respected, without leaving regrets in the last days of life." He said, "Veterans never fear death, they fear We are forgotten. "

Tang Lei, the curator of the Shanghai Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Museum, revealed at a related event to commemorate the 76th anniversary of the Songhu Anti-Japanese War that the Linjiang Park in Baoshan District where the memorial is located will be rebuilt within the year to become a theme park for the Songhu Anti-Japanese War ruins; Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Transformation will also be launched to further demonstrate the history of Songhu Anti-Japanese War.

According to reports, the 2km circular walkway in Linjiang Park will be converted into a "anti-Japanese war trail". Important events related to the two Shanghai-Shanghai battles will be dispersed in the form of sculptures and paintings to introduce the anti-Japanese war knowledge to the public; the park entrance will also be placed The anti-Japanese thematic sculpture, Dou Shan, the commanding height in the park, will also be transformed, or a Songhu Anti-Japanese Monument will be established.

At the same time, the Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial will also expand the exhibition area and relocate. Relevant parties in Baoshan District revealed that experts from Fudan, East China Normal University, and the Revolutionary Committee of the Ming Dynasty have set up an expert group to redesign and express the exhibition in the exhibition hall; the current exhibition area of 500 square meters is expected to expand to about 2,000 square meters. .

In addition, the MV for Song of Shanghai War, which was discovered last year, also debuted yesterday. The song was composed by Luo Jialun and composed by Huang Juefei . It was sung in Baoshan area that year, and inspired the generals of the Qiang Army who participated in the battle of Zhanghuayu in Wuyekou. Last June, when the Songhu Anti-Japanese War Memorial Museum interviewed anti-Japanese war veterans in Guiyang, they accidentally learned the information of the song, and after some efforts, they re-sung it.


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