Home HOME RWANDA LIBERATION STRUGGLE ARCHIVES HOMEPHOTOSTORY RWANDA LIBERATION STRUGGLE ARCHIVES By admin - July 4, 2021 47 0 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Some of the RPA officers who worked on Radio Muhabura during a break. Many Rwandans in the country and those in exile were kept abreast of the progress of the struggle by this radio (Courtesy. RPA soldiers speaking to Genocide survivors in Bugesera District following their rescue RPA fighters during the struggle in the Volcanoes National Park. The bamboo thicket gave the fighters cover to conduct their covert operations against the enemy Late Commander Mico (with pistol), then commander of Charlie Mobile Force speaking to fighters at Mountain Sabyinyo in 1991 (Courtesy). Some women who were RPA soldiers and staff during the struggle Soldiers during a morale animation during the period of the liberation war Some of RPA fighters who sacrificed their lives to save Tutsi . They were badly affected by the war A monument inside the Campaign Against Genocide Museum depicting RPA soldiers treating the wounded soldier during the liberation struggle in 1994 Remains of an armoured fighting vehicle (tank) that was neutralised by RPA soldiers during the Liberation struggle in 1994. Captured here at Kagugu, Kinyinya Sector, Gasabo District in Kigali This one contains the whole message of the museum. The command that was given to the 600 soldiers had a target goal which was to stop the Genocide, eliminate the government of genocidaires and make peace in the country. A picture inside the museum depicting two RPA soldiers on duties while others are rescuing Tutsi during the liberation struggle to stop the 1994 Genocide against the Tusti. A picture depicting two RPA soldiers on duties during the liberation war to stop the 1994 Genocide against the Tusti A monument that symbolises a soldier revering his comrades who died during the Campaign Against the Genocide.