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History Museum to Display over 800 Exhibits of World War I Epoch
14.08.2014 09:55
History Museum to Display over 800 Exhibits of World War I Epoch

The State History Museum will hold the exhibition World War I. Last Battle of the Russian Empire.

      More than 800 exhibits have been provided from museums and archives of England, France, Germany and Russia. 80 percent of the exhibits will be displayed for the first time. 

      The exhibition will fall into four sections, with the general course of the war shown with multimedia technologies. Memorial subjects and portraits are worthy of special attention.

      The visitors will also see Russian and European military medals, award weapons, autographs, banners, photos and many other things.

      The exhibition runs from August 14 till February 8, 2015.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow History Museum World War I   

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