Recently, the reporter walked into the Zhou Yiqun Martyrs Exhibition Hall in Tongren, Guizhou, and paid homage to the outstanding proletarian revolutionaries, the introduction of the party membership of Comrades He Long and Zuo Quan, the Red Army in western Hunan and Hubei, and the main founders of the revolutionary base.

  The life of Zhou Yiqun's martyr was a life of battle.

In 1924, he self-raised funds to establish the "Guizhou Youth" ten-day issue, sounding the clarion call for the revolution in Guizhou.

On August 1, 1927, the Nanchang Uprising started. Zhou Yiqun led a group to annihilate most of the 79th and 80th Regiment of the enemy's 9th Army...

  At dawn on May 20, 1931, Zhou Yiqun was ambushed by the enemy while passing by the Xiabaiwuchang near the Jiajia Pavilion in Yueyang, Hunan. Unfortunately, he died heroically at the age of 35.

  The Zhou Yiqun Martyrs Exhibition Hall is more than 100 meters away from Yiqun Primary School. It uses 500 precious pictures, written historical materials and real objects to introduce in detail Zhou Yiqun studying in his hometown, traveling to Japan to study in his hometown, entering the Whampoa Military Academy, participating in the Nanchang Uprising, and establishing the Honghu Su District, etc. course.

(Lv Huiqian produced Zhou Jing)

Editor in charge: [Li Yuxin]