The Museum of War Heritage is an indispensable part of the trip to Ho Chi Minh. When I went to Ho Chi Minh City, I saw a vibrant and rapidly developing Vietnam, but only when I visited the Museum of War Relics did I know the trauma caused by the war in Vietnam. Even now, there are countless descendants of victims who have suffered tremendous trauma. The War Museum has three floors. There are also some weapons exhibits, but I can't understand weapons, focusing on pictures and texts. The first floor is about the resistance of American soldiers to the Vietnam War and Vietnam's resistance to the Vietnam War supported by various countries, including China. The second floor uses pictures to show the horrible and indiscriminate burning and killing of ordinary people by the US military. Not only with guns, but also with biochemical weapon Orange Agent-dioxin, which has caused physical distortion to millions of Vietnamese people, and even changed genes, and inherited them to the next generation. These distorted pictures are shocking. There is a room next door, and several victims of Orange Agent are doing hand-made selling. The wall was painted by the children of the victims of Orange Agent. They are incomplete, but peaceful, I can hold back the tears. The third floor is the work of war reporters. It shows the battlefield and battlefield life, as well as the return visits to the soldiers and Vietnamese people after the war. A string of data was taken: for the benefit of the United States, the United States dropped 4246,000 tons of artillery shells on Vietnam in 1965-1973, 26 times as many as the United States dropped on Japan in the Pacific campaign - including 16,1425 tons of atomic bombs. Peace is not easy. Take history as a mirror.