“History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”
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An Exhibition Commemorating the End of The First World War – Hong Kong

Posted: July 26th, 2018 | 1 Comment »

I imagine this is worth a visit if you’re in Hong Kong….

Entitled The Great War at Its Centenary, the exhibition reveals the situation on the battlefield, reflects on the cost of war, and how it has changed world order, including the far-reaching impact WWI had on modern China and Hong Kong on political, military and social levels.

Highlight exhibits include a postcard sent from a war prisoner in the Hung Hom internment camp to Germany, a postcard showing warships anchored in Victoria Harbour before the outbreak of World War I, a Shanghai pictorial that illustrates the military actions of the Allies during the war, and a .303″ British Lee-Enfield rifle used in the War.


When: 15 Jun 2018 – 30 Jan 2019 Where: Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence – 175 Tung Hei Rd – Shau Kei Wan

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One Comment on “An Exhibition Commemorating the End of The First World War – Hong Kong”

  1. 1 thesis writing said at 5:46 pm on August 1st, 2018:

    The exhibition and situation is reflect in the modern china. The social level of wars are enter in that country. Most damages and break the wealth of the people. The political changes and military actions are control the war. The Picture are given actions and war also. The coastal defense and battlefields are given for this post. The content is very clear and screening the commemorating method also. The imagination is goos and reflecting the excellent way of postcard

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