Members of Military Attaches Corps Visit Sinchon Museum

Sinchon, June 23 (KCNA) — Members of the military attaches corps in the DPRK visited the Sinchon Museum Thursday in the run-up to June 25, the day of struggle against U.S. imperialism.

They laid bunches of flowers before the tomb of 400 mothers and the tomb of 102 children and observed a moment’s silence.
They looked round various rooms of the museum, powder magazine and former air-raid shelter of the Sinchon County Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea which bear witness to the barbarous and cruel massacre of innocent people committed by the U.S. imperialist aggressors in Sinchon County during the temporary strategic retreat of the Korean People’s Army during the past Fatherland Liberation War.

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