Monument to Victory in the Battle of Musan Area,
Issued May 19, 2003

The Monument to Victory in the Battle of Musan Area was newly rebuilt on Taehongdan Hill in the Mt.Paektu area, the sacred place of revolution, to mark the 63rd anniversary of historic victory in the battle of Musan area.
President Kim Il Sung advanced into the homeland in May Juche 28(1939) and dealt a heavy blow to the Japanese aggressors troops, thus instilling confidence in the liberation of the country in the minds of the Korean people.
Based on this historic fact, the monument shows artstically that the armed struggle is the only way to survival and that only the armed force can only guarantee a victorious Korean revolution.
Covering a total area of 11,000 square metres, the monument consists of a statue of President Kim Il Sung at the center, a 39,523-metre-high tower behind the statue, agroup of relievos, the sub-thmatic sculptures of the monument-35 metres long and 4.1 metres high-on the right, and a monument to revolutionary activities, 12 metres long and 4 metres high, on the left.
Indeed, it is a meaningful monument created in the army-centred era reflecting the will and faith of the Korean people to protect and add glorify to the immortal revolutionary achievements of the three commanders of Mt.Paektu and to complete the Juche revolutionary cause under the leadership of the army-based policy.

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4279 
Souvenir Sheet 
Jon Kum Hui 
98*71, 48*30mm(stamps) mm 
Offset 
Perf.
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0.60
Mint
0.60
FDC
0.90
Imperf.
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1.20
Mint
1.20
FDC
1.50

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