Visit the Hailar Fortress for patriotism education. The boys' love for weapons is the love of birth. This is a good patriotism education base. All the fortress sites were built by the Japanese invaders in the past.
Although the temperature dropped sharply last night, the squally stormy rains, and the dark clouds and strong winds are still there today, I still have to visit here. The Hailar Fortress was built by the Japanese army for several years and killed tens of thousands of Chinese laborers. The Soviet Red Army paid thousands for the fortress. The cost of human casualties, among which there are many heroes who block machine guns with their bodies, shows the bravery and unyielding of the fighting nation. Today coincides with the weekend. Many students organized by local schools come here to visit and study. We must not forget the past and the teacher of the future. We must let our future generations understand that peace is hard-won, and the motherland needs to be strong and prosperous. Effectively maintain peace.
In September of the golden autumn, a trip to northern Xinjiang-Japanese invaders in Hailar Fortress (16), "Japanese invaders in Hailar Fortress", also known as "Japanese Invaders in Hailar Fortress Beishan Site", located at the foot of Aobao Mountain in the northern part of Workers’ Village in Hailar City. It was during the Second World War. From 1934 to 1939, the Japanese Kwantung Army was one of the two largest fortresses among the 17 military fortifications established by the Soviet Union on the northeast border of China. It was a complex and large-scale ground and underground project. , A well-equipped circular defensive position, all of reinforced concrete structure, was once called an "underground city", a fortress built of blood, tears and lives of Chinese laborers, and it is the evidence of Japanese imperialist aggression against China. It is now a key cultural relic of the autonomous region The protection unit is a patriotic education base for "don't forget the national shame".
On a hill five kilometers away from the city, it was a fortification built by the Japanese army to stop the Soviet attack. Because the Japanese troops declared their surrender within a few days of fighting here, the protection of the fortifications is fairly complete.
Worth a visit, big scene. Think of it that year
The ruins of the Japanese fortress are worth seeing. There were few people during the epidemic and it was shocking
A complete review of the history of the Anti-Japanese War and the true display of historical details make people feel heavy and heartbroken during the tour. Tickets are half price. After the museum tunnel tour, you can choose to go out, underground fortifications, real guns and live ammunition. Shooting has to be paid (very expensive). I went to the underground fortifications and rented a military coat of 5 yuan. It was really cold below Extreme tide, scared when walking alone, only took the main road. The relics on the ground seem to be the ordnance used in real wars, and the tank square outside the gate is even more spectacular, very suitable for taking pictures.
Preston_Dominguez: Hailar, Hulun Buir, Inner Mongolia, China
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended World Anti-Fascist War Memorial Hailar,Site of Hailar Fortress of Japanese Invaders,Haila'er Yaosai Ruins Museum,Jinian Square