Memorial Museum of The German Anti-Fascists, Krasnogorsk
(5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Memorial Museum of The German Anti-Fascists is located in Krasnogorsk. See Memorial Museum of The German Anti-Fascists and all Krasnogorsk has to offer by arranging your trip with our Krasnogorsk holiday planner.
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  • Great place been there more than once, the building itself is not large, but that's how they talk, and even show it all very poznovatel'no. And as far as I know, the Museum discovered that Gorbachev himself had not a few important as the status of the Museum and its citizens need!)
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  • I remember how this Museum opened. A very interesting exposition telling about the life of German prisoners of war. A lot of archival documents, photos, movies. I don't know, as of now, and in 80-90-ies in the Museum were thematic history lessons, where guides children acquainted with photo and video documents relating to one or other events. A great Museum and I believe that students need to enter in the lessons of history visit this museum. Who hasn't been in the Museum of anti-fascists, he must be here.
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  • The Museum is housed in a former School of anti-fascists, is one of the three items of the POW camp N27. A wonderful Museum specific directions-lighting themes military captivity and movement of anti-fascists outside the territory of the USSR. Among other things, this "Pearl", similar museums do not have anywhere else in the world! The Museum contains interesting stuff, including factual information, personal belongings and household items that are associated with the life of the prisoners of war (the Germans, the Japanese, Romanians and others) in the camps on the territory of the Union. There is an exposition with photographs, benefit, many of them associated with Soviet prisoners of war. Interesting, especially to children, interiors, transmitting a few figured scenes from the life of prisoners of war: Barak to stay, classroom, prisoner of war interrogation and others. Lots of interesting photos. There are, for example, a photo of a captured Soviet soldiers meeting with American after performing battle tasks. I can say that this museum is Wilde's! Such places must, simply must, be massively visited. Regular kowtow to people-enthusiasts, the sponsors that support such projects, which are an integral part of the patriotic education and parts of the full perception of all aspects of World War II.
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