Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Museum, Beijing

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  • on a practical level, a sizable museum with a lot of content requires time to walk slowly and read - not having heating messes this up. Wrap up warm if you're going in winter. Museum has been overhaul...  more »
  • For the Chinese nation, World War 2 started in 1937. Just south of the museum (outside of the village walls) is Marco Polo Bridge, local name Lugou Bridge, which was the scene of an attack by Japanese...  more »
  • You can drop in the return of the Marco Polo Bridge tourism and Chinese people's anti-Japanese War Memorial in the Middle just inside the city walls to the heijo-Kyo. Exhibition: name of the Memorial Hall, Sino-Japanese war focusing on Chinese nationalism and anti-Japanese sentiment has become. You can glimpse into the skirmish at the time, and model sheets were in the Marco Polo Bridge incident the Kuomintang (China) and Japan (Kanto army) at this Memorial. Shootout across the Marco Polo Bridge was to imagine the two armies both rivalries in the Marco Polo Bridge on Beijing was in fact learned for the first time. Truth was significant is happening anyway, don't know you know.
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  • very informative, learned a lot from it, including the current regime's framing of past events. best of all, its free and doesnt try to sell you knicks-knacks as museums do in Europe. irony is, things from those gift stores are mostly made in China!
  • Learn some interesting history you know like the fact that the US had very little to do with the defeat of the Japanese... and you know even though the Chinese Communist Party with its much smaller Army than the Chinese Nationalist party was only involved in one major battle during World War II... oh I mean the war of Japanese aggression they still were the ones responsible for defeating the Japanese not the Nationalist party
  • It's a 1.8 km walk (25 min) from exit D of the Dawayao metro station on line 14. All items are beautifully arranged, behind glass, with simple English details. The museum provides good detail in all aspects of the Chinese people’s war against Japanese aggression, "Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945)". It's a worth visit to understand Chinese attitude towards Japan, towards Taiwan, towards peaceful coexistence. There's interesting bits on how the Chinese diaspora gave support back to China; how China issued visas to Jewish refugees to escape. From here you can stroll to the nearby Wanping Fortress or Marco Polo Bridge. Gate fee is free with a passport.
  • Not much visitors. Weapons a photos, model the main exhibition. Rounding out the exhibition is in the corner of Amity during the day.
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  • Very inconvenient for you come by public transport. Don't worry about that everyone be mobilized?
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