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Lieutenant N. In. Krivenko (second from left) on the Victory Day. Austria. May 9, 1945. Of Glavarkhiv Moskvy

There you can see archival photographs, front-line sketches, red army books, and more. The exhibition will run until October 4.

Of glavarkhiv in Moscow exhibition “was war, but we came alive… the fate of the soldiers”, dedicated to the heroism of Soviet citizens. The exhibition displays archival documents from personal funds of participants of the great Patriotic war: photos and sketches, red army books and letters from the front, gratitude and congratulatory addresses, sketches and drawings, books and pamphlets, authors or compilers of which were veterans. Many of these materials are exhibited for the first time.

Visitors learn a lot about the culture, art and science, participated in the great Patriotic war. For example, the biochemical genetics Gesine Novel-Lurie, honored architect of Russia Boris Marcus, the animal painter Leah Hinstein, the art critic Elizabeth Morohoshi, Soviet poet and prose writer Evgenia Dolmatovsky, photographer Alexander Ustinov criticized Nicholas Krivenko, and others.

The exhibition will run until October 4. You can visit it from Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 to 20:00. Admission is free. You should have the document proving the identity.

Reading room and exhibition halls Glavarhiva returned to normal operation on June 22. Previously, they were closed because of the pandemic coronavirus. Agency staff meet visitors in medical masks and gloves, regular disinfection of premises.

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