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Can't Be Forgotten exhibition to be shown in 22 countries

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Can't Be Forgotten exhibition to be shown in 22 countries


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The Can't Be Forgotten traveling exhibition will be presented in 22 European countries, according to the website of the Russian Foreign Ministry. The historical and documentary exposition is dedicated to the story of the fascists and their allies crimes against Soviet Union civilians in the occupied territories during the Great Patriotic War.

The exhibition was organized with the participation of the Russian Historical Society. Its aim is to remind the international community, primarily young people, of the innumerable sacrifices made by the peoples of the USSR in the name of saving the world. The exhibition is already running at Rossotrudnichestvo offices in Paris and Berlin. 

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