시설도 잘 만들어져 있고 관람코스가 잘 되어 있어서 관람하기 편했습니다. 무엇보다 역사적인 증거 물품들이 생생하게 보존되어 있어서 그 당시의 아픈 역사를 더욱 뼛속깊이 느낄수 있었습니다
It is estimated that this is the best and most avant-garde and meaningful place for patriotic education in China at present. It is really shocking that the Chinese people do not go there. Although there are not many things that can be preserved, each one is very precious. It seems that there are blood stained with Chinese children and children. Never forget the national shame. Seventy years have passed, but Japan still does not reflect. The Chinese should learn from Russia and never forget the national shame. Far from compromising!
It's a great spot, divided into a memorial hall and a site. It is said that some people have applied for the World Cultural Heritage, but unfortunately they have not lost the selection, but the cultural relics and photo documents inside are not lost to Auschwitz at all. The key is free visits. The most vivid anti-war history education and patriotism education are those that are not moved when nobody visits. Strongly recommended!
When Japan invaded China in World War II, it set up an experimental Department of bacterial biochemical weapons in China, where the Japanese conducted live experiments with Chinese people to carry out bacterial colonization and bacterial weapons development. The 731 History Museum (free admission) was built at the original site of Unit 731. It shows us that the Japanese army committed crimes in China. The life-long injuries suffered by some surviving victims can not be forgotten. I hope you will cherish the precious peaceful years and work hard for the strength of our motherland all the time.
In the 1930s, the Japanese invading forces in Harbin bungalow area founded a bacterial unit named "731" which violated international public law and carried out bacterial experiments and vivo dissection with living human beings as "materials" causing the killing of countless living creatures. History will never be forgotten. The Chinese nation will never and should never forget.
This is also the site of the 731 Japanese Army. It is located in the bungalow District of Harbin, far from the city centre of Harbin (presumably in the suburbs where there were few people at that time). It takes an hour and a half to go by bus from the railway station, and about an hour to go by subway and then by bus from the city centre. As a patriotic education base, it is free and open. Because the original site was destroyed before the defeat of the war, little evidence was left. Most of the information in the museum was introduced and restored in kind. However, the most noteworthy part of the museum was the written materials, photos and videos of testimony provided by some members of the former 731 army because of their uneasy conscience after the war. Although the cruelty of the 731 troops has long been known, they have been shocked since then. The following table is the data of in vivo anatomy of Japanese people after they were infected with bacteria. The victim's age is distributed in all age groups, the smallest is a 3-year-old girl! 3 years old! 3 years old! 3 years old! The cruelty of the Japanese is really underestimated. There is nothing they dare not do for these already dehumanized killing machines. To be honest, the Japanese sabotage was meticulous, leaving no substantial evidence. Even the Japanese can deny the Nanjing Massacre and the comfort women system, which are hard to prove, let alone the more crimes against humanity? If you want to know more about it. See my travel notes http://you.ctrip.com/travels/shenyang 155/3323104.html.
This is a very heavy topic, the interesting is obviously not suitable for here, here records the enormous crime of extinction committed by Japan's vivo test and the ugly face of the United States and Japan colluding with each other in spite of their shame. This is a very meaningful journey, the Chinese people must go and see, do not forget the national shame, bear in mind!
Unit 731 is a bacterial weapon test base established by the Japanese army in Harbin. It has a huge scale. There used to be a small Harbin, a big 731. The Japanese army used prisoners of war and a large number of Chinese to carry out inhumane bacterial tests and in vivo dissection.