On August 1, 2021, a multimedia interactive exhibition "The war. Heroes and exploits", dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Moscow, began working in the Shchelkovsky Shopping Center (75 Shchelkovskoe Highway).
The exhibition presents the history of the Great Patriotic War in bright, memorable images. Her characters literally come to life thanks to modern high technologies. Many technical solutions have been implemented for the first time, but the main thing, according to the organizers, is the content. It makes us remember great people, heroes, thanks to whose exploits we all live.
Visitors will be able to see the sections "Everyone should know about them", "The Battle for Moscow", "The Award found a hero", "Miraculous Salvation", "Was not awarded", "Mass heroism" and "Spring of Victory".
The exhibition will be available for visiting from August 1 to 18, admission is free.
The project " War. Heroes and Feats " is implemented by the Museum of Military History of the Russian Military Historical Society. Partners in the preparation of the exhibition were the Russian Military Historical Society, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation. The creative team includes employees of the RVIO Andrey Nazarov (editor-in-chief), Candidate of Historical Sciences Yuri Nikiforov, Candidate of Political Sciences Konstantin Pakhalyuk, Candidate of Historical Sciences Victoria Petrakova, Denis Shpolyansky.
For 10 years in social networks (basic account @Voina_41_45), at exhibitions in the centers "Russia. My story", in the Jewish Museum and the Center for Tolerance and in the media, residents of the country are told about those who brought Victory in the most terrible war in the history of mankind closer.
In 2020, the book was published Vladimir Medinsky " War. Heroes and feats". On its pages, day after day, starting from June 22, 1941 and ending on September 3, 1945, it tells about people and their exploits-known and unfamiliar to a wide range of readers. The lines of the military chronicle, front-line newspapers, award documents reveal the events of the Great Patriotic War in a new way.