2023-02-15 09:25 文/偏执
"In the autumn harvest season, the clouds were worried and there was a thunderbolt of riot." On April 9, all the seventh grade teachers and students of Wenjia Middle School came to the Memorial Hall of the Autumn Harvest Uprising in Wenjia, the old revolutionary base.
With the little commentator's explanation, we know the meaning of this statue standing on the square: this landmark sculpture is a flag, the predecessor of the CPC's flag, called the First Division of the First Army of the Workers' and Peasants' Revolutionary Army, with two giant hands in the middle. One giant hand tightly holds the gun barrel upward, representing the Party's command of the gun. The gun barrel gives rise to power. The other giant hand holds a burning torch, representing that a single spark can start a prairie fire. The base is V-shaped, representing the meaning of "yes" victory. It turns out that a small statue is so profound!
In the display tube, looking at the photos at that time, the cultural relics left at that time, and the thrilling revolutionary stories, I gradually realized the importance of revolution. Those revolutionary heroes did not hesitate to trade their lives for the establishment of New China!
Arrived at Liren School, where Mao Zedong delivered an important speech. It seems that Chairman Mao and the soldiers are determined to defeat Chiang Kai-shek with high morale.
I remember that I used to come to the Memorial Hall, but I didn't know much about it. Through this activity, I deeply felt the brilliance of the red culture. The sacrifices of martyrs have brought us a happy life. We should cherish it. It is too far for us to take up the gun to defend the country now, but what we can do is to study hard, be a useful person, serve the country, and be the backbone of the country.
On the track of my thinking, in my vast mind, there are many pictures engraved: the Forbidden City in Beijing, Jiuzhaigou in Sichuan, Wuzhizhou Island in Sanya, and the Three Gorges in Chongqing... In these places, I have left my laughter and laughter, but it is Jinggang Mountain in Jiangxi that I will remember for my whole life.
In August this year, in order to commemorate the glorious years of the motherland, we started this red journey. We visited Lushan and Nanchang successively, and the last stop was Jinggangshan. At this time, Jinggangshan was not a revolutionary base like that in the 1920s and 1930s, but a beautiful small town: a beautiful pedestrian street was built beside the broad and flat road, and the street was planted with flowers and plants. Next to the pedestrian street was a small lake, and the lake was planted with green willows. It was really like graceful dancers dancing in the breeze. A modern hotel was not far away. There is no smoke of war and the shadow of guns and ammunition. It is hard to associate with the war scene of that year.
Soon, the bus took us to the Jinggangshan History Museum.
We got off at this place. When I entered the museum, the first thing I saw was a three-dimensional model of Jinggangshan. At this time, the tour guide aunt said: "Jinggangshan actually didn't belong to the Red Army before..." This made me feel very strange. Isn't Jinggangshan always the revolutionary base of the Red Army? I kept asking the guide, and finally, I learned about this tragic history. Jinggangshan was originally just a common mountain. There were some vicious mountain bandits on the mountain. These mountain bandits often committed crimes in the county town at the foot of the mountain, which made the local people hate them to the bone. Wang Mang, the "master" of the mountain bandits, was born poor and thoughtful. In the era of war, in order to find a "way out", he "betrayed" his associates, handed them to the county magistrate Yuan Wencai at the foot of the mountain, and became good friends with the county magistrate. He himself settled down in the mountain. After a few days, the Red Army led by Mao Zedong lost in a war. He led the remaining soldiers to find a place to hide, and accidentally found Jinggangshan, a good place. So without saying a word, Mao Zedong took more than 100 guns up the mountain to meet Wang Mang and sent them away. Wang Mang was moved because they needed guns. As a result, Jinggangshan became the revolutionary base of the Red Army, and later there were famous historical events such as the "Huangyang Border Defense War". Chiang Kai-shek also attacked Jinggangshan many times, and Jinggangshan also fell into crisis many times
This red trip made me think a thousand things and boil with blood: how hard it is for us to live a happy life today! It was the Red Army and the Communists who exchanged their blood. On the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, I want to say to the motherland, "I love you, China!"
I have heard and seen many stories of revolutionary heroes from childhood. And last year, our family also carried out a red tour. We went to Nanchang, Jinggangshan and other revolutionary holy places.
Today, I read the book "Golden Youth's Red Journey", which deepened my understanding of Nanchang and Jinggangshan.
Boys and girls, do you know where the first shot against the Kuomintang reactionaries was fired? Yes, it's in Nanchang. Nanchang is a famous historical and cultural city as well as a red city. One night 78 years ago, gunfire broke through the night sky in Nanchang and fired the first shot of armed resistance against the Kuomintang reactionaries In the "Nanchang Uprising" museum, murals on the wall record this historical moment. In 1927, Chiang Kai-shek launched a counter-revolutionary coup in Shanghai, wantonly killing Communists and revolutionaries. He even planned a counter-revolutionary action that "it is better to kill a thousand people by mistake than let one person escape the net.". Countless revolutionaries are not afraid of sacrifice and stand up. Some even gave their precious lives to have the first revolutionary team.
The Jinggangshan Mountain is full of green bamboo, lush trees and flowers. The ancestors built the first rural revolutionary base here. The revolutionary team met here and fired the first shot at the enemy. "The gunfire on the Huangyang border was booming, and the enemy troops were reported to be hiding at night." The victory against "encirclement and suppression" was won.
Standing in front of the martyrs' tomb, I miss the martyrs who are buried in the ground. Their spirit of not afraid of sacrifice and fighting with blood always excites us. It makes me deeply realize that this happy and beautiful life has not come easily. He was bought by the blood and life of his ancestors. As the successors of a new generation, how can we forget them when we enjoy life? Shouldn't we learn from them? Learn their spirit of fearing no sacrifice and fighting bravely; Learn their spirit of loving the motherland and the people; Learn from their spirit of hard work, plain living and fearing difficulties. Work hard for the future of the motherland.
Carry forward the spirit of the Red Army, start from me!