More than 300 exhibits, including photos and documents on AO victims, have been put on display at an exhibition, “Pain of AO victims”, at the Vietnam Military History Museum since July 26th.
The exhibition, jointly held by the Army Library, Chemical Army Museum, War Evidence Museum, and Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange, features the Agent Orange Disaster caused by the American military in Vietnam, Vietnam’s rehabilitation and after-war consequences, and the people joining hands to relieve pain of AO victims.
On display are also exhibits and photos of chemical soldiers, who are working in dioxin-affected areas to neutralise the environmental and health effects of these chemicals, as well as some products made by AO victims. Besides, over 300 book titles, including scientific studies, articles, reports and novels by Vietnamese and international writers, are also being showcased at the exhibition.
The meaningful activity aims to celebrate the 64th anniversary of War Invalids and Martyrs Day, the 50th anniversary of Vietnam Agent Orange Disaster, as well as to call for people to join hands to help Vietnamese AO victims.
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