Exhibitions Mark 60th Anniversary of Dead and Wounded Soldier Day

A photography exhibition entitled “Encouraging the moral: Drinking water, think of its source” is due to take place at the Ho Chi Minh City Youth’s Cultural House from now until July 29, to mark the 60th anniversary of dead and wounded soldier day.

The exhibition "Drinking water, think of its source" is held at the Southeastern Armed Forces Museum.

The exhibition features over 100 photos, documents and objects relating to President Ho Chi Minh and the Den Dap Nghia (gratitude movement) for war invalids and those martyrs who sacrificed their lives in the struggle for independence and freedom for the country. The activities of State and Party leaders during the campaign, the operation of the movement in HCMC and the involvement of the City’s youth in the movement are also documented in the exhibition.

The show has been co-organized by the Ho Chi Minh City Youth’s Cultural House and HCMC Exhibition and Information Center.

Another exhibition, “Drinking water, think of its source” displaying 120 photos, together with over 100 documents and objects from the glory years of Military Zone No. 7’s soldiers in the anti-American resistance war is currently being held in honor of the special day.

The viewing public has been deeply affected by the relics of soldiers who dedicated their lives in the battlefields of Cambodia.

The display is currently on show at the Southeastern Armed Forces Museum, 247 Hoang Van Thu Street, Tan Binh District, HCMC.

By SGGP Staff Writers – Translated by Kim Khanh

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