The Most Admirable Person
Our class held its 19th reading party at 708 at 4pm on November 13. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the war to resist U.S aggression and aid Korea. Students watched the movie The Sacrifice together to remember the heroes and the history.
Set in May 1953, The Sacrifice is based on the last battle of the war to resist U.S aggression and aid Korea. On the eve of the battle of Jincheng, tens of thousands of soldiers had to cross the river by six o 'clock the next day in order to successfully take part in the final general offensive. To win the battle, the soldiers fought to the death against American artillery attacks, and lost no time in repairing the Bridges destroyed by the Americans.
Students said they were shocked after watching the film, especially when Zhang Fei, played by Zhang Yi, rushed to the battery with his broken limbs. We were all deeply moved. They are not perfect, nor are they born so brave, but for the motherland and the people, they build a Great Wall of steel with their flesh and blood. Why the flag picturesque, the hero's blood dyed it red!
The war to resist U.S aggression and aid Korea is an unforgettable and far-reaching national struggle, while the film has many unsatisfactory aspects. According to the movie, the volunteers who need to cross the river are light infantry without heavy equipment. They don't need a flat bridge to cross the river. In the history of the Kumgang Battle, the volunteers built the Kumgang Bridge to facilitate the passage of cars and artillery vehicles. The vehicles were mainly used to carry supplies and ammunition, while the artillery vehicles were used to support the heavy fire at the front. These heavy vehicles had a very high requirement on the bearing capacity of the bridge. It was for this reason that the volunteer engineer troops had to make the bridge smooth. Secondly, in order to avoid the detection of the enemy, the volunteers cut trees in the upstream, and then transported the timber to the bridge by the river, so as to avoid the bombing and detection of the enemy planes. Moreover, the volunteers have perfect air defense observation posts and air-raid shelters, which reduces soldiers' casualties.
At the end of the film, an American airman says, "I don't believe in God, but you show us miracles." What is the significance of our victory, is it because of the miraculous power that the Chinese are born with? It isn't. One of the most important reasons we won was that the war was just.
After discussing the film Kumgang, the students also told the heroic deeds of the war to resist U.S aggression and aid Korea. Xie Xiumei, Liu Guangzi and Luo Shengjiao, From whom, we see the brave spirit of death, selfless dedication.
No one's success can be separated from the existence of the motherland. We have the living environment today, thanks to our great motherland, thanks to the most lovely of them. It is our boundduty to face up to history, cherish peace, and inherit the revolutionary spirit of the martyrs. Our most sincere respect for the martyrs is to cherish the two words