B-52 Victory Museum - The pride of Vietnamese

Published:  08:27 Monday - November 21, 2016

B-52 Victory Museum - The pride of Vietnamese

The B-52 Victory museum illustrates the victory of Hanoi people over the US B-52 air raid in late December 1972.

The museum especially illustrates the victory of Hanoi people and armed forces over the US strategic B-52 air raid in late December 1972.

Vietnam’s determined soldiers, pilots and militiamen shot down 81 of the raiding aircraft, including 34 of the giant B52s.

This museum showcases a B52 Bomber that the North Vietnamese shot down, along with several of their weapons used to bring down our planes. Inside the museum are many artefacts from that time period, showcases, pictures, books including their strategy plans, and more leading up to the present.

People who are interested in war history need to visit this place. It’s a definitely a must see and learn experience.

B-52 Victory Museum is situated in the middle of peaceful Hanoi today.

The grandfather is telling about the victory of Vietnamese military and Hanoi people of 40 years ago for his grandchild.

The control station of Abuha missile, battalion 77, regiment 257 air defence missile (Hero units), shot down four planes B-52 bomber in 12 days and nights in 1972

Aircraft Mig 21 that Vietnamese military used to shot down aircraft F4 of America in 1972 

Scraps of air crafts Stato Fortress that were shot down be Hanoi people

Some kinds of bombs that America army force used in North Vietnam war from 1964 to 1972


The information board of B-52 Stato Fortress in the museum


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