The exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" opened in Moscow


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The exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" opened in Moscow


From February 10 to 23, the exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" was opened at Moscow State University of Civil Aviation. The opening was attended by scientists and university staff, students, schoolchildren, representatives of veteran organizations.

 

On February 10, the exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" opened at Moscow State University of Civil Aviation. The opening was attended by scientists and university staff, students, schoolchildren, representatives of veteran organizations.

The exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" opened in Moscow

The rector of the university, Boris Petrovich Eliseev, addressed the participants of the event with a welcoming speech, emphasizing the importance of the project implemented on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory and the international significance of the Victory near Stalingrad.

The exhibition "Stalingrad in the history of Great Britain" opened in Moscow

 

Yevgeny Petrovich Vorobyov, Deputy Director of the Battle of Stalingrad Foundation for Research, handed the exhibition catalog to the rector of the MSTU GA and a letter of appreciation for the active support of the historical and educational project. In his speech, E.P. Vorobyov noted that the exhibition is the result of many years of scientific research by historians and specialists of the Foundation, which received a presidential grant in 2019.
A survey tour was conducted on the exposition.
The work of the exhibition at the university will last until February 23.
The author of the article: Evgeny Vorobyov.
 


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