War Remnants Museum

War Remnants Museum


Impression Book

  • After visiting the museum I inevitably touched, shed tears of sorrow for the fate of those who have shed blood for us today. Eternal gratitude to the national hero. Try to live so that good people!
    Le Van Bac Ho Chi Minh City, 22/10/2012

  • First time to visit the War Remnants Museum. Actually I can not imagine the brutal, cruel American soldiers have done for the people of Vietnam during the war. Although war was over our country but its influence remains. Agent Orange has terrible destructive to the next generation, the children with the burning dream, yearn to be without a limb, do I have to think a lot. Your smile makes the we have throbbing heart.
    Science, SV University Culture and Ho Chi Minh City, on 18/10/2012

  • A compelling exhibition. I pray that this destruction will not be seen again in this life or the next!
    Display compelling content! I pray that the devastation like this will never happen again in this life or in the future!
    Andie, UK, 01/10 2012

Objects, Documentaries

  • Collection tanks

    Main battle tanks. Weight: 47.2 tons. Maximum speed: 48km / h. Equipped with a 90mm cannon, machine gun 7.62 mm parallel, machine gun turret size 50, fire infrared inspection system and xenon lights. The U.S. military used 370 M.48 tanks in Vietnam in July / 1969.

  • Collection aircraft

    1965 flying Cavalry Division 1 of the United States to Vietnam war was staffing one battalion of U.S. soldiers using Chinook aircraft. Chinook transport aircraft artillery garrison to the points above and make sure to provide ammunition for the cannon. The aircraft is capable of aerial refueling.

  • sewer

    Sewer is family items Bui Van VAT at 5, Thanh Phong, Thanh Phu district, Ben Tre province. Night 02/25/1969, in a massacre of three baby grandson was hiding in a sewer hose, but still captured by the U.S. military commandos stabbed two nieces and abdominal surgery nephews.

  • guillotine

    The French to guillotine to Vietnam to suppress the struggle for national independence in the early 20th century. Following the Geneva Accords, the former Saigon government took this guillotine to all provinces in the south to executions of patriotism.

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