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TV coverage of the navy parade in St. Petersburg was organized in the T-34 Tank History Museum on the Russian Navy Day. Visitors received wall calendars dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Red Army and Red Navy. These calendars are the gifts from the Museum’s friends in Urals. We would like to express our special gratitude to Victor Andreyev, navy veteran from Yekaterinburg.

Noteworthy is the fact that the Orders of Suvorov, Kutuzov and Alexander Nevsky were instituted on 29 July 1942 by the Decree of the Presidium of the USSR Supreme Council. The very first awardee of the Order of Suvorov is among those represented in the Museum’s exposition.

You can see the photo report of the event on the Photo Gallery page.







Traditional event held by T-34 Tank History Museum

The thirteenth Procession through Time started on 22 June 2018 near the building of T-34 Tank History Museumat the dawn of the Day of Memory and Grief commemorating the day when the Great Patriotic War had begun. After a memorial rally, followed by one-minute silence in memory of the defenders of the Motherland flowers were laid to the commemorative cross standing on the Museum’s Memory Square. The final memorial rally was held and the flowers were laid to the communal grave of the defenders of Moscow in the park of Lugovaya.  You can see the photo report of the event on the Photo Gallery page.

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The morning of 22 June. Just think, what it means to us… It’s possible it means something benignant in spite of the painful memories that lie underneath.

An astonishing historic example that repeats itself and never teaches anyone. Napoleon once stood on the Hill of Respectful Salutation waiting for the Russian noblemen to come with the keys to Moscow. He waited for long, but it was all in vain. The French emperor shrugged his shoulders in surprise and said something really shocking: “It seems that they do not know how to surrender.”

And yes, the soldiers of our nation have never known how to surrender. Such is the great and terrible lesson we have to learn. This modest procession in commemoration of the first morning of the war that had changed the destiny of the nation, in a typical summer morning when the sun and the moon cross their rays, when the mists wander about the hills of the Klinsko-Dmitrovskaya Ridge, this austere, solemn and mournful procession was some sort of a meeting with those who had given their lives to enable us to go, go and go…

In this procession we are joined by all those who went to fight in fateful forties and who were confident in our ability to take up their banners if need be. They will always be alive in our hearts: tanks and tankmen, infantry soldiers and Navy men, very young nurses… By way of sacrificing their lives they ordered us to keep the memory of the war years, so that the war never repeats itself.

The soul was bright and clear after the procession as though it was loved by the water from a spring of human love, our love to them and THEIR love to us…




Russia Day was celebrated in the Museum on Tuesday, 12 June. Updated exposition, electronic presentations and thematic exhibitions were complemented by an interactive quest with commemorative prizes. You can see the photo report of the event on the Photo Gallery page.




Two traditional spring events – Day of Historical and Cultural Heritage of Moscow and “Night at the Museum” Citywide Cultural and Educational Event – were held on Saturday, 19 May.
“Lunch at the Frontline” festival held by the Lobnya Convivia of Slow Food Russia was the highlight of Day in the afternoon. “Warrior” Defense and Sports Club held its program on the Museum’s grounds simultaneously with the festival.
Visitors of all ages were especially interested in taking part in an interactive quest with commemorative prizes held within the framework of the Night program.
You can see the detailed photo report of the events on our Photo Gallery page.







On the Victory Day the Museum started its working day with the live broadcast of the military parade on the Red Square and the speech of Russian President V.V. Putin. During that day the celebrations and the Immortal Regiment procession were also broadcast in the Museum. Visitors could hear Zvezda Radio Station’s reports on the V-Day events, memories of the veterans, popular songs and military marches of the war years. Inside they could make a tour of the exposition with guidebooks and receive the Museum’s souvenir magnets as commemorative prizes. “Warrior” Defense and Sports Club presented its master classes on the Museum’s grounds.



A reconstruction of one of the battles in the Red Army’s 1945 offensive operation in the Baltics was shown to the visitors by the Museum and “Kitezhgrad” Center of Live History on Saturday, 5 May. No less exciting were the interactive training sites where the visitors could familiarize themselves with the intricacies of military service and specimens of military equipment, take part in the assembly and disassembly of weapons, try on the uniform of the Red Army soldiers.
Meaningful programs of events were demonstrated by the clubs and associations from Moscow, st. Petersburg, Vidnoye, Vladimir, Dolgoprudny, Kaluga, Kashira, Kolomna, Korolev, Nizhny Novgorod, Pereslavl, Fryazino and some other cities and towns. Videoreport:








On Spring and Labour Day the visitors of the Museum could see the updated exposition, thematic exhibitions and electronic presentations. They were able to make a tour of the Museum’s halls with a guidebook and receive commemorative prizes. Young members of “Warrior” Defense and Sports Club presented its interactive cultural and educational program named “Arms of the Victory” on the Museum’s grounds.