Anti-America and Aid Korea in Cultural Relics ⑤: The spoils of war captured by the Chinese People's Volunteers
A heritage, a story, a piece of history.
It has witnessed the ruthless smoke and artillery fire of war,
How many joys and sorrows it carries.
The protagonists of today's cultural relics are the spoils of war captured by the Chinese People's Volunteers on the battlefield to resist US aggression and aid Korea. Next, let's travel back to the war-torn era to experience the joy of the harvest carried by this batch of Chinese People's Volunteers' trophies.
In 1956, the signed small parachute presented by the volunteer soldiers to the motherland condolences.
Parachute with ten isosceles triangles in pink
Made of polyester fabric.
Each piece of silk cloth has a bottom edge of 40 cm and a waist length of 53 cm.
The parachute was signed with the names of volunteer soldiers.
The 10-yuan military coupon of the US military seized by the volunteers during the War to Resist US Aggression and Aid Korea
The military voucher has a face value of $10 and states that the voucher is for use only by authorized U.S. personnel at U.S. military establishments in accordance with applicable rules and regulations. The main pattern on the back is the national emblem of the United States, and the front pattern is the bald eagle and the American flag. The bald eagle is a symbol of strength, courage, freedom and immortality. The bald eagle's left and right claws are holding olive branches and arrows, which symbolize peace and force, respectively.
American medicines seized by volunteers during the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
This medicine is the spoils of war captured by the U.S. military during the period of resisting U.S. aggression and aiding Korea.
One of them is in glass bottles.
The rest are in carton packaging, and the efficacy has expired.
English Bibles captured by the Volunteers during the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
This is the English version of the Bible captured by the Volunteers on the Korean battlefield. The text has a total of 512 pages. The title page branch is printed in English and in Chinese to the effect: The New Testament, Our God and Savior Jesus Christ. The inner page of the envelope is made of kraft paper, the back page is yellow, the text is printed in black on a white background, and the edges are dipped in red.
Cross alloy pendant, gilt bronze statue, and Virgin bronze statue captured by the Volunteers during the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
The three cultural relics are placed in a small black leather bag. On the left is a cross. The surface of the cross has a relief effect, with a fixed ring on the top and a small emblem on the top. In the middle is a Catholic gilt bronze statue facing the right. , with his hands on his chest, wearing a robe, with natural and smooth folds on the robe; on the right is a small bronze statue of the Virgin Mary with her hands separated on both sides, wearing a robe outside and a long skirt inside, with a peaceful expression on her face and low eyebrows. Smile.
Beaded metal bracelet seized by volunteers during the War to Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea
This is a stainless steel beaded bracelet, a trophy captured by the volunteers on the battlefield. After dismantling, the length is 20.5CM, the width is 1.5CM, and there are light and dark buttons at both ends. The bracelet can be divided into four sections, three sections are stainless steel spring bands, and the other section is a curved silver card post inlaid with jewels.
Text: Yang Dan, Exhibition Storage Section