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Canadian reenactors recreated battle of Soviet troops with Nazis

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Canadian reenactors recreated battle of Soviet troops with Nazis


28.09.2021

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Reconstruction of the battle of Soviet soldiers against the Nazis took place in the tank museum of Oshava (Canada). The reenactors of the 191st Infantry Division came to Canada mainly from Russia. They conduct military and historical events in different regions of Canada and the United States, according to the press service of organizations of Russian compatriots in Canada.

The organizer of the performance was the Ontario War Museum. The division of reenactors is located in Toronto, its members recreate the battles of the Great Patriotic War in the country's museums.

The members of the group carefully study the history of the 191st Infantry Division, uniforms and weapons to honor the memory of the unit that fought from the day the Nazis invaded the USSR until the end of the war. The division took part in the defense of Leningrad and overthrowing the siege, battles in the Baltic countries and Poland, and the battle of Berlin.

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