Workers and officials of the General Federation of Trade Unions of Korea on a study tour of revolutionary battle sites in the area of Mt Paektu visited Chairman Kim Jong Il‘s birthplace in the Paektusan Secret Camp.
They placed flowers before a mosaic depicting the images of the peerlessly great persons before paying tribute to them.
At the headquarters log cabin in the Sobaeksu Valley they grasped the immortal exploits of President Kim Il Sung who chose the place as strategic stronghold for the Korean revolution in the latter half of the 1930s to bring about a great surge in the overall anti-Japanese national liberation struggle.
They went round the historical relics preserved at the birthplace in the Paektusan Secret Camp where Kim Jong Il grew up to be a revolutionary.
They looked round the monument inscribed with the poem of the President dedicated to the birthday of the Chairman, the shallow well used by anti-Japanese war heroine Kim Jong Suk, trees on which she inscribed revolutionary slogans and others.
On the same day, they held a contest of singing revolutionary songs in chorus.
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