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Residents of 24 countries to take part in Victory Day Dictation

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Residents of 24 countries to take part in Victory Day Dictation


07.05.2019

Фото: kubnews.ru

Victory Dictation will be held on Tuesday, May 7th. The number of its sites will exceed 1200, according to the website of the action. They will open not only in Russia, but also in 23 other countries. The action is dedicated to the Great Patriotic War and is timed to the celebration of the 74th anniversary of the Victory. Dictation is included in the Historical Memory project of Edinaya Rossiya party. 

The organizers promise that the number of participants will reach thousands of people. Among them will be students of higher educational institutions and schoolchildren. War veterans, military personnel and everyone who is interested in military history can join them. 

Victory Dictation will be held at the representative offices of Rossotrudnichestvo, libraries, museums, schools, and public organizations abroad. The largest number of sites in our country will work in Krasnodar, Samara and Volgograd regions. 

Note, the dictation can be written in the cities of Austria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Vietnam, Germany, China, Poland, Turkey and other countries. The full list is published on the Victory Dictation website

The main goal of Victory Dictation is to draw the attention of the general public to study of the history of the Great Patriotic War, the development of historical literacy and the patriotic education of young people. 

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