On the occasion of the 73rd anniversary of the August Revolution, the Independence Day of September 2 and the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the Vietnam People’s Public Security, this morning (August 29), Hoa Lo Prison Management Board held the exchange program with historical evidence “A time to remember”.
Exchange program with historical evidence “A time to remember” in the morning of August 29
At the program, leaders of Guard Command and commanders and soldiers of the 4th Regiment (600 Regiment, 375 Regiment, 312 Regiment, Division of Protection of the Party’s Central Committee and the National Assembly) to meet directly with Major General Huynh Dac Huong – senior revolutionary staff, former Commander-in-Chief of the Commissar of the Vietnam Volunteer Army in Laos; Head of the representative bord of revolutionary soldiers arrested by the enemy in Hanoi; Major General, Hero of the People’s Armed Forces Nguyen Duc Minh.
The story of the historical witnesses of “A time to remember” has brought audiences back to memory of the heroic time. Major General Huynh Dac Huong talked about his days of directly participating in the revolt against the government in Quang Nam in 73 years ago with the hardship and sacrifice he witnessed. “The sacred moment when listening to President Ho Chi Minh’s declaration of Independence in the afternoon of September 2-9 is the feeling of bursting happiness and endless joy. All of us, at that time, could not hold tears and were proud that in the end, Vietnam had won its independence,” said Major General Huynh Dac Huong..
Major General, Hero of the People’s Armed Forces Nguyen Duc Minh recalled the heroic past with the secret operation in the Zone 6 battlefield, full of hardship but full of optimism. He and others always live and fight for independence and unification of the country. “At times, we had to eat cassava all day, promote “onsite logistics”, regularly increase the cultivation of maize, cassava and gathering vegetables (Bep leaf) to eat. We still had to cook the poinsoned cassava. Overcoming these hardships, we will keep the spirit of fighting for the independence of the country, “said Major General Nguyen Duc Minh.
The war has ended, but the stories of history, a time of fires and bombs, bravery, wisdom of the soldiers in the past are pervasive and inspire today’s youth.
The “A Time to Remember” exchange program has contributed to raising awareness and the sense of responsibility so that the younger generations will continue to promote the traditions of their predecessors who are absolutely loyal to the ideal of the Party and President Ho Chi Minh, unite with one another and overcome difficulties, positively contributing intellect and effort, building and defending Vietnam’s peace and development.
New Hanoi Newspaper