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蔡芷涵

5/5
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The Museum of War Relics, originally named Ruan Bicheng (1890-1969), was renamed Ruan Patriotic after participating in the revolution and Ho Chi Minh in the early 1940s. Here is a moving story - "Ruan Patriotic was arrested and sentenced to death by reactionary forces when he was engaged in revolutionary activities in China. Before the execution, Ho Chi Ming, a Chinese friend in prison, gave Ruan Patriotic a chance to get out of prison and died calmly, which unlocked Jiaolong and replayed Yunyu. When Ruan Patriotic returned to Vietnam, he changed his name to Ho Chi Minh to commemorate the rebirth of Chinese comrades. In mid-December 1924, Ho Chi Ming's alias Li Rui came to Guangzhou, China, from the Soviet Union. Vietnam Youth Training Course is held in Guangzhou, and is the main lecturer. Vietnam Youth Comrade Association was founded. Its leading core is the Communist League. It publishes "Youth Weekly" as an organ newspaper. He also participated in the establishment of the East Asian Federation of Repressed Nationalities, including the Vietnam Branch. His lectures at various training classes in Guangzhou were published by the Propaganda Department of the East Asian Federation of Repressed Nationalities. After the outbreak of World War II, Ho Chi Ming came to Guilin and other areas in southern China under the pseudonym of Hu Guang. At the end of December 1940, he returned to the Vietnam-China border and held a cadre training course. On August 13, 1942, he went to China under the pseudonym of Ho Chi Minh and contacted with Vietnamese anti-Japanese revolutionary forces. He was arrested by Chiang Kai-shek's local government just after arriving in Jingxi County, Guangxi Province. Since then, he has been imprisoned for 13 months in 18 prisons in 13 counties in various parts of Guangxi. He has suffered from torture, food and clothing, lost his teeth, grey hair and haggard face. He has written more than 100 poems. He was released from Liuzhou Prison on September 10, 1943.

War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum
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