The warships that have truly participated in World War I and World War II can not only visit the artillery fire on the deck, the command room, but also see the life scenes of the navy in the bottom cabin, including beds, canteens, toilets, washrooms, telegraph rooms, and infirmaries. , The laundry room, and even the baking room and a simple chapel. It is really complete, but the space in the bottom cabin is limited. All the beds and rooms are very small. It is estimated that the people who used to be in the Navy were very thin.