Friday, December 9, 2011

World War II Museum in Minsk

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Liberals love to laugh at the cult of the Great Patriotic War in Belarus, but in my opinion he is far more logical than the cult of Gallipoli in the astral plane. In any case, the Belarusians fought for their land against the colonizers and won. And for what Australians died not clear to me. And battle they eventually lost.

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Flask with depressed human bone

As a respected barbs71 already visited the museum a little before me and made out of bones in all the partisan vundervaffe, I'll be more on images and photos.

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Here is a portrait of a Spaniard - Lieutenant Ibarury, who died of his wounds in 1942. I 've been wondering, for the sake of today's Russia, though a foreigner going to die? For free of course.

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The plate with the office of President of the Central Rada puppet master Ostrovsky. Incidentally Parliament before the 90-xx has positioned itself as the legitimate government of the republic.

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Lukashenka with portraits of Hitler's favorite

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Portrait of Pushkin paste bayonets. I always suspected that he was little known in the West.

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Uyutnenko dungeons Gestapo. As I understand it, the walls are painted red not by chance?

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Another portrait of the Fuehrer. He reminds me of a popular clinic in St. Petersburg advertising Dr. Knyazkina.

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A good half of one of the halls of the museum assigned to photographs hanging. Here's a snapshot penalty suicide snipers, who was probably killed by Stalinist cultural and German boys who liberated her country from the tyranny bolshevistkoy. Severe Colonel, hero of Germany, administers the sentence.

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The party continues

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The most famous photograph

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Finals. In general, well, then that Facebook was not. And then I imagine the personal pages of German soldiers at that time.

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Correct sir. Do not "pop."

The museum has many interesting paintings

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Well, that's a feat of Belarusian Susanin

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And it's floating, almost Chagall, Komsomol.

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People somehow funky "Rama"

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The military version of the "pot of porridge." In the background improves the Belarusian German gene pool.

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A separate room is devoted to the Great Elector of Belarus - Petr Masherov

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And it's all about him

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And this engraving tells the story of the heroism of the Red Army Avdeev:

"July 5, 1944 gun crew Avdeev was ordered not to allow German forces break out of encirclement near the settlement Volma (Belarus). Took the position, the men at point-blank shot of the enemy. The battle lasted 13 hours. Crew repulsed 7 attacks. Ran out of almost all the shells, 5 people were killed and gun crew. The enemy again went on the attack. direct hit weapon Avdeev went wrong and killed the last soldier from the calculation. Alone, Avdeev did not leave the battlefield, and with an assault rifle and grenades continued to fight. But having spent all the bullets and grenades, Anatoly grabbed an ax lying beside him, and killed fourteen fascists "

You want something to say, dear elf 80th level?

In addition to this naturalistic paintings in the museum hall is a modern ikusstva.

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Little such zalchik

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Masterpiece

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It's also about the war

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And this is clearly not the NKVD chopper from the exposure

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Typically, the creators of modern masterpieces are encrypted, but here you can call the artist and personally tell him what you think of his work.

Well, in the end

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Hoisted the banner of victory over the liberation of Minsk





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