The old site group of the Anti Japanese base area in the east of Zhejiang (Simingshan)
All Party members and employees of Shanghai Dowell Group
On December 4, 2015, the trade union of Shanghai Dowell Group and the Party branch jointly held the Siming Mountain Red tourism. The Siming Mountain Anti Japanese base used to be one of the 19 Anti Japanese bases led by the Communist Party of China and the command center of the Anti Japanese base in East Zhejiang. In August 1943, the Party committee of the eastern Zhejiang district and the guerrilla headquarters of the three north areas moved here successively, and established the Anti Japanese base area of eastern Zhejiang with Siming Mountain as the center.
Here, we have seen many newspapers during the Anti Japanese War, such as current affairs bulletin, battle daily, battle pictorial In those days, there were more than ten newspapers in this town.
The former site of the Party committee of eastern Zhejiang district is located in several old houses, and now there are more than 600 precious cultural relics and historical photos displayed in it. These items fully reflect the whole process of the Anti Japanese base from its establishment to its consolidation and development.
"Although the sparrow is small, it has all five internal organs," he said. "He has made some achievements in finance, culture and education, and military production." Tan Qilong, Secretary of the Party committee of East Zhejiang District, once said so.
On the way to the former site of the revolutionary base, I felt as if I had been separated from the rest of the world. Listening to the guide explain to us all kinds of things that happened in this place at that time, I felt that I could remember them clearly.