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A unique exhibition “war Engines” has opened today in Moscow

Today in Moscow opened a unique exhibition “war Engines”. Under the roof of IEC “Crocus Expo” exhibits, reminiscent of one of the most terrible wars in human history.

Уникальная выставка «Моторы войны» открылась сегодня в Москве

Tanks, armoured personnel carriers, motorcycles, SUVs, trucks and even tow trucks armored during the Second world war were difficult meticulous restoration. All the equipment, taking a direct part in hostilities authentic, down to the smallest detail. More than 120 units of equipment produced in the USSR, the UK, USA, Germany, France, Italy and Japan gathered from the military museums and private collections, is now under one roof.

This war left a huge mark in history, has touched many families. To forget these terrible events cannot. Military historians and Russia are trying to save everything, recreating the smallest details and details paying tribute to the fallen heroes, who fought to the death for the Motherland during the great Patriotic war.

To touch history today everyone, and remember about the war it is necessary not only on 9 may. The exhibition “Engines of war” have the unique opportunity to plunge into the soldier routine. Here you can sit on the tank, enjoy a field of cereal, to assemble and disassemble the rifle, to plunge into the life of the field camp, “visit” in the hospital and on point radio. The atmosphere of the time support musicians performing military and Patriotic songs and soldiers ‘ ditties. All this shows the desire of the founders to tell you more as that remember those who have passed this terrible war. Our historians and restorers have done a lot of work to tell about the lives of ordinary soldiers and the technology that stood to guard the homeland.

This work also speaks about how in Russia cherish the memory of the Second world war. Besides, the exhibition has already become traditional, but visitors from year to year does not become smaller.

People who gave their lives for our future, should not be forgotten. And in this memory, every detail counts. In addition, in some countries today are increasingly rewriting history, distorting events. Releasing new textbooks, they kill the past. Heroes who gave their lives, they’re not applicable in their interpretation of events. And this is the worst. We cannot allow that kind of behavior and it is important to remember the events that as yet we can tell by eyewitnesses.

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