Thursday, June 6, 2013

War Remnants Museum - Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) - Part 3


Once  I came out of War Remnants Museum feeling slightly dazed (Part 1 & Part 2), I then walked to the on the outside "Tiger Cages". Seriously, these special detention cells has be one of the worst mankind torture chambers where political prisoners considered "stubborn" by the Saigon authorities were mercilessly imprisoned. Unbelievable true!! I just couldn't accept the fact that cruelty during the war had no limit. Quite shaken up I was, then again, leaving without seeing the whole spectrum of this place will be such a waste. So, I braved myself and spend around 20 minutes to see how painful the war must have been, in return the pain and gruesomeness endured.




 












A visit to War Remnants Museum should be a must to understand the impact of the Vietnam War which took away lives and put many people through life long suffering. 

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11 comments:

  1. you have so much to explain...loved your post nava

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  2. ohhh.even my head is spinning after reading this...

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  3. very nice post with loads of info...

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  4. Burying prisoners alive is the worst of all, as if the rest is tolerable - but seriously I'm glad we are not living in those crippled and morally insane time period.
    Detention camps in any county has horrendous stories to tell!! I can never forget the movie I saw based on Auschwitz concentration camp!!
    Hmmm... history!
    By the by, very intricate clicks!!

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  5. I must say it again...love your coverage on Vietnam! Keep it up Nava!

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  6. Nava, I saw a movie few years ago named "Kala Pani" which showed how the freedom fighters were tortured by British in cellular jail. The movie was an eye opener and I had dreams of it for many nights. I still remember the scenes but never understood why everywhere the prisoners and freedom fighters are tortured so gruesomely?

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  7. Tragic post Nava.. Very informative yet sad.. Thanks for sharing dear :-)

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  8. Sad but these kind of things still happen in many Countries . . . and we cant do anything about them. . .

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  9. We hear and read about all that horrendous torture during war. But to actually visit a museum must be quite an experience! I got the shivers reading about all that torture...thanks for posting.

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  10. Thank you for completing part 111 of this important slice of history

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