Post: Victory Museum will present the exhibition “New Year. Main Front Brings Victory Closer”

Defense of Moscow. A tanker places the unit’s banner on a tank. 31 December 1941. Archive photo

The Victory Museum will present the exhibition “New Year. Main Front Brings Victory Closer” on December 13

MOSCOW, December 5 – RIA Novosti. The exhibition “New Year. The Main Front Brings Victory Closer”, which tells how they prepared for the main winter holiday during the Great Patriotic War and continued to believe in miracles, will open on December 13 at the Victory Museum in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports. press service.

“There is a “New Year” exhibition on December 13th. Home front Brings victory closer “… Residents and guests of the capital will be able to learn how our country prepared for the main winter holiday during the Great Patriotic War and continued to believe in a miracle even in such difficult times.” the message says.
Exhibition of works by Arkhip Kuindzhi from the collection of the State Russian Museum at the Moscow Museum of Fine Arts.  SD Erzi in Saransk - RIA Novosti, 1920, 12/04/2023

The Russian Museum presented an exhibition of works by Arkhip Kuindzhi in Saransk

The exhibition will include more than 50 exhibits from the collections of the Victory Museum and the Museum of Chocolate and Cocoa History. Visitors will see Christmas tree decorations, New Year’s decorations, original New Year’s packaging of confectionery products dating from the 1930s to the 1940s, and themed molds for the confectionery industry of the 20th century.

The exhibition also included New Year’s cards, letters, postcards and handmade unforgettable gifts. Visitors will also be able to learn the stories of wartime confectionery factory workers. “Authentic awards and documents, as well as photographs and personal items, will tell about their achievements. The exhibits will include samples of signal bombs and flame arresters produced by the factory to protect the capital,” the press service emphasized.

The exhibition will be completed by an interactive touch panel with a presentation about the factory’s work during the war and a multimedia screen with chronicles from the archives of the Red October factory.

Everyone can visit the exhibition until January 31, 2024.

Alexander Nevsky and St. Petersburg in Nizhny Novgorod. Exhibitions about Luke opened

Source: Ria

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