最後的禁地 - 蔣介石台灣行館揭秘

Chiang Kai-Shek's Guesthouses in Taiwan
最後的禁地 - 蔣介石台灣行館揭秘

Chiang Kai-Shek's Guesthouses in Taiwan

中文 80’ , 2011
Chinese 80' , 2011
節目介紹 / Introduction
1949年12月,蔣介石正式抵達台灣,再也沒有回到大陸。台灣對蔣介石來說是如此陌生。隨著草山行館、士林官邸、日月潭涵碧樓等等行館的逐一成立,他也開始認識這塊陌生的領土,但其實他尋找的是故鄉的影子,每一個他駐足的地方,都有家鄉的景觀。



蔣介石在台灣,共有二十七個行館,每一個行館都有不同的功能:有的有曲折的迴廊,為的是進行機密的人事佈局;有的在地底下設有供裝甲車通行的密道,為的是展開軍事行動;有的甚至有防核爆裝置,為的是躲避核彈攻擊;而在離島的行館,更有四通八達的密道,可以連接各個灘頭堡,儼然是一個地下作戰指揮中心。



從房內佈置的設施到屋外的安全防備,都刻畫著蔣介石在台歲月的心境,也可一窺蔣介石與宋美齡之間的生活作息。鳳凰衛視透過蔣介石的行館、當年蔣介石身邊侍衛、歷史學家、蔣宋家族後人的訪問及珍貴的歷史照片和片段,打開歷史之窗,踏進這些最後的禁地,透視蔣介石不平凡的人生,還有屬於那個時代的氛圍與故事。


In December 1949, Chiang Kai-shek arrived in Taiwan and would never return to mainland China again. By then Taiwan was nothing more than a foreign island to Chiang. From his first residence at Grass Mountain Chateau, he began establishing his guesthouses for inspection tours and vacation around the island and became increasingly acquainted with the landscape, Chiang started to look for scenery reminiscent of his hometown in China - Xihou, Fenghua..



Chiang established a total of 27 guesthouses. Once forbidden to the general public, each was unique in its own - a labyrinth of corridors served to place key personnel in different strategic areas; an underground tunnel was built for military vehicle deployment; a bunker was fitted with a lead-filled door to provide safe haven in a nuclear attack. In his island resort, a system of tunnels linked beachheads together creating a virtual underground military command centre.



Every nuance of indoor and outdoor design reflected Chiang’s state of mind in Taiwan, and how he lived his day-to-day life with his wife, Mei-ling Soong. Through interviews of Chiang’s bodyguards, guesthouse caretakers, historians, Chiang’s descendents, and valuable footage and pictures, Phoenix TV opened the window into history, transported audience back to Chiang’s era and caught a glimpse of the man who once was the centre of modern Chinese history.