Imphal War Museum, a tourist attraction at Sangai festival


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, November 22, 2018: Team 2nd World War Imphal Campaign Foundation (2WWICF) serves as a stall of attraction to visitors at 10-day Manipur Sangai Festival (state tourism festival) that was launched yesterday.

Being the centenary of the end of World War 1 this year, visitors are able to witness a different views displaying its relics and showcasing its priceless information at the war museum stall, claims the foundation.

Uniforms worn by both the allied and Japanese forces, weapons used during the war, items excavated by team 2WWICF from different battle places occurred in the state including photos clicked which retells the war scene.

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Visitors including many foreign visitors witnessed the archival stall.

Inside the museum, information related to the important battle places where the allied and Japanese fought was displayed at the wall in printed format.

I can imagine this, wow! Exclaimed a visitor. Some laments on learning about how soldiers lost lives during the world war.

Many of the visitors were delighted and appreciated team 2WWICF for their dedication, sharing the information of the battles in the two world wars making them realise the result of wars which have claimed thousands of lives.

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Team 2WWICF dedicated the museum stall for our forefathers who participated in the World War I.


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